Enrollment Manager

Dr. Miller regularly contributes to the higher education publication Enrollment Manager with longtime consultant and publishing colleague Dr. Marylouise Fennell.

Enrollment Management: The New Normal (June 2021)
Enrollment Growth Strategies for PostPandemic Realities
(March 2021)
Enrollment Innovation During Covid-19 Continued
(December 2020)
Leading Change During Turbulent Times – Steps for Building Dynamic Leadership
(September 2020)
Enrollment Innovation During COVID-19 (July 2020)
Promoting Your Brand (December 2019)
Position for Strength: Staying Relevant and Competitive in Higher Education (September 2019)
The Advantages of Social Media for College Presidents (June 2019)
Concurrent Enrollment: An Innovative Approach to Transfer Success (March 2019)
When Celebrating Success is Not Enough: Avoiding Complacency in Enrollment Management (January 2019)
Innovation, Transformation: A Playbook for Success (September/October 2018)
Planning for Growth: Making the Most of a Transitional Period (July 2018)
The Environmental Leader: How Sustainability Offers a Competitive Edge in Enrollment (April 2018)
Presidential Playbook: The Contemporary Transformational Model for Liberal Arts Colleges (January 2018)
Retention 101: Put Students to Work (September 2017)
The Contemporary Enrollment Model for Liberal Arts Colleges (July 2017)
Enrollment Management Leadership Starts at the Top: Setting the Tone for Success (April 2017)
Transforming the Enrollment Machine: When Presidential Leadership Matters Most (December 2016)
Presidential Public Relations: Making Your College Well Known (September 2016)
Using Best Enrollment Practices - When They Are Needed Most (July 2016)
Enrollment Marketing 101: Positioning Your Website and Printed Publications for Success (March/April 2016)
Communications Strategies for Enrollment Staff (January 2016)
Ensuring the Right "Fit" with the Chief Enrollment Officer (October 2015)
Enrollment Growth Strategies for New Realities (July 2015)
Developing a Social Media Strategy (April 2015)  
Cool Comes at a Cost: Student Spending Drives Spending Shifts (January 2015)