Kevin Shriner has been appointed the College of Nebraska–Lincoln’s inaugural assistant vice chancellor for digital and online learning.
He will officially assume the posture Feb. 1. Katherine Ankerson, government vice chancellor, created the announcement on Jan. 12.
“I am excited to welcome Dr. Shriner to Nebraska,” Ankerson reported. “He brings 25 yrs of experience in greater training, with deep experience in on line plans a passion for building bigger schooling available to all learners and a truly collaborative approach to his work.
“I glance forward to his leadership as the university takes the following action in our rich historical past of on line and distance education.”
Shriner comes to the university from EAB, an education enterprise targeted on ideal apply research, technological innovation expert services, and enrollment expert services for non-income establishments, where he is senior director of enrollment technique. In this function, Shriner consulted with extra than 800 establishments, such as Huge 10 institutions, in all 50 states to utilize enrollment approaches, promoting insights, and market facts on producing, launching, and strategically preparing educational plans to meet the educational prerequisites of pupils and present pathways to workforce outcomes. He is the primary strategist, marketing consultant, and subject matter subject pro to hundreds of schools and universities looking for to make improvements to marketing, recruitment, and college student success for adult degree learners and graduate students, with a aim in online programs.
He previously served as associate dean for institutional efficiency and associate dean for pupil accomplishment at Florida Southwestern School. Throughout his tenure, he collaborated with college to develop a 1st-year expertise plan and streamline plan evaluate and standard education assessment.
“I am honored to champion Nebraska’s flagship university as it reaffirms its determination to expansion in on the net systems,” Shriner explained. “I seem ahead to elevating UNL’s currently thriving distance education and learning applications and generating new, available on-line instructional alternatives for all college students that will add to the advancement and prosperity of our communities.”
As assistant vice chancellor, Shriner will direct the enhancement, integration, and implementation of a comprehensive, transformative, and inclusive strategy for on the net and digital training, reflective of the aims and aims in the N2025 Strategic Approach. He will report to the executive vice chancellor and do the job closely with her leadership workforce and the schools to set up campus-vast strategic priorities, a eyesight for on line programming, and chart and put into practice a system for success. Shriner will supply knowledge, leadership, and coordination on routines and initiatives that advance and aid electronic and online learning.
Shriner retains a Bachelor of Science in park source management from Kansas Point out University. He also holds a Master of Arts in historical past, with an emphasis in African-American heritage, and a Master of Training in increased education and learning from the University of Arkansas. His doctorate in bigger education management is from Nova Southeastern University.
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