Sharpen Your Program Focus with Regional Data

Uncover Hidden Insights to Drive Enrollment and Success

This webinar dives deep into the power of regional data for academic program evaluation and management.

Featuring northeast regional data, Leamor Kahanov, Chief Academic Officer of Alvernia College, draws on real-world insights to take us through an exploration of how regional data can be leveraged to:

Prioritize programs: Go beyond national trends and identify the programs with the most potential in your specific geographic area.

Make data-informed decisions: Gain a clearer picture of program lifecycles using regional enrollment patterns, competition landscape, and job market data.

Optimize program offerings: Tailor your programs to meet the unique needs and interests of students in your region, maximizing relevance and enrollment success.

Join us and discover:

  • The critical advantages of using regional data for program evaluation.
  • How to leverage regional data to prioritize programs for growth.
  • Real-world strategies for optimizing program offerings based on regional insights.
  • Best practices for integrating regional data into your program lifecycle management.

Don’t miss this opportunity to gain a competitive edge and ensure your academic programs remain relevant and thriving in your region!

June 12, 2-3 pm ET

All who register will receive a copy of the recording and the presentation slides.


Kahanov has over 25 years of higher education experience as a provost, dean and professor. She has extensive experience in academic affairs, institutional strategic planning, accreditation, developing academic programs, revising general education essential learning outcomes and creating faculty mentorship programs.  Kahanov has served as Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and the Chief Academic Officer for Alvernia University. Prior to Alvernia, Kahanov served as the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Stockton University and SUNY Oneonta.

Prior to her time at Oneonta, she served as Dean of the College of Health Sciences and Education at Misericordia University, Assistant Dean for Interprofessional Education and Practice at Indiana State University, and Chair of the Department of Applied Medicine and Rehabilitation at Indiana State University. Professionally she has served as an Athletic Trainer for several institutions and the Olympic Games. In addition to these roles, she has held faculty appointments at each institution mentioned.

Her academic credentials include 92 peer-reviewed publications, 120 peer-reviewed presentations and a textbook entitled “Athletic Training and Therapy: Foundations of Behavior and Practice.” She earned her bachelor’s degree in exercise science and athletic training from Indiana University; her Master of Science in Exercise and Sports Sciences from the University of Arizona; and her Doctorate in Education, Curriculum and Instruction from the University of San Francisco. She also completed the Institute for Management and Leadership in Education at Harvard University.

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