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We are thrilled to announce our keynote speaker for the 2018 Summer Institute: Kyle Clark.

Kyle Clark is the Program Manager for the University Leadership Network (ULN), an incentive based scholarship program for nearly 2,000 undergraduates at the University of Texas at Austin.  ULN’s primary goal is to help students in the program graduate in four years and secure their next steps, such as attending graduate school.  Kyle’s role is primarily to manage the day to day operations of the scholarship program and supervise the coordinator staff that work with nearly 500 students in each cohort.  Kyle received his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Oklahoma State University and a master’s degree in Higher Education Administration from the University of Texas at Austin in '04.

Kyle loves working with college students and enjoys challenging them to think critically about important issues and focusing on sharing their story.  Kyle has served as an advisor and mentor to thousands of students and has traveled nationally as an accomplished speaker, facilitator and social justice advocate.  One of the most important ways Kyle wants his audiences to approach life is to understand that each of us are “built for greatness!”

Sessions (all attendees will attend 4 sessions of their choosing from the comprehensive list below):

Chris Bell, University of Houston - Downtown
The What, Why, how and Who of Graduate Enrollment. 

Zachary Busekrus, Direct Development
Inbound Enrollment Marketing: Case Studies, Videos and a Conversation on the Future of Graduate Enrollment Management 

Margaret Lomas Carpenter + Rafael Almanzar, Texas A&M University
The Power of Authentic Mentoring in Higher Education 

Breonna Collins, University of Dallas
Capitalizing on Your Competitive Advantage in a Saturated Market

Mark Cunningham, Carnegie Dartlet
Your Dam Website: 5 Reasons Grad Students Aren't Converting to Your Site

Elizabeth Dunn, Tarleton State University
Discovering Untapped Potential: Leveraging Student Talent to Drive Graduate Enrollment Initiatives  

Alex Garrido, The University of Texas - Rio Grande Valley
Social Media Recruitment Strategies for 2018 + 2019  

Dana Mordecai + Heather Miller, University of North Texas
Idea Incubator: Share Recruitment Ideas in a Judgement Free Zone

Katharina Ojala, Texas A&M University
One Stop Shop: How Centralized Advising Enhanced the Graduate Student Experience

Matthew Painter, Texas State University
Stop Rolling the Dice: A Hard Look at Graduate Fair Best-Practices 

Samantha Stewart, University of Texas at Arlington
International Recruitment 101 

Zachary Taylor, UT - Austin
Website and Electronic Information Accessibility 

Dr. Carol Vargas-Bautista, Texas A&M University
Creating and Supporting a Magnetic Website

Dr. Brandie Yale, University of Houston
Speaking Their Language: Engaging International Applicants to Increase Yield


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