How can organizations use data to measure and maximize their impact? Dr. Karline Prophete, interim director of the Barbara Carey-Shuler Equity Institute at Palm Beach State College, shared insights into the methods used to assess student outcomes during the latest episode of the Florida College Access Network’s Summit Speaker Series podcast.
The talk was a preview of her session, “Equal is still Not Enough: Leveraging Institutional Data to Expand Access and Differentiate Student Program Offerings,” which she will present at the 2023 Talent Strong Florida Summit, … Continue reading Prophete encourages organizations to embrace the power of numbers
Organizational changes designed to help Palm Beach State College better focus on student success and quality customer service were announced by President Ava L. Parker today in her first State of the College address to faculty and staff.
In a broad leadership restructuring, Parker is expanding the role of provost, the chief administrator for each campus, to include College-wide responsibilities as vice presidents as well as a campus reassignment for three of them. She also announced a new vice president position to oversee information technology and the implementation of an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. … Continue reading President unveils reorganization plan to improve service, student success
Palm Beach State College has once again made the Aspen Institute’s list of the top 150 community colleges in the nation because of its record of student success.
Making the list means that the College is eligible to compete for the coveted $1 million Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence. Only the top 150 out of the nation’s more than 1,000 community colleges qualify for the list each year, and PBSC has been on the list each year since the Aspen Institute began the award. … Continue reading Palm Beach State eligible to compete for $1 million Aspen Prize for excellence