On-demand Webinars

October 11, 2023

A Strategic Approach to Student Well-Being and Success: Insights on Enrollment, Retention, and Career Readiness


Higher Education


PreventionSafetyStudent Training

Did you know?

  • 83% of K-12 seniors rate safety, well-being, and inclusion as highly as academic rigor when deciding where to go to college.
  • Schools with strong prevention strategies have 10% higher retention rates than peers.
  • The human skills colleges are building throughout the student experience are some of the highest-demand skills for employers.

Embark on a transformative exploration into the evolving landscape of higher education as we delve deep into the vital intersections of student well-being initiatives with strategic enrollment management and career readiness.

During this session, we will explore insights that demonstrate the many ways student safety, well-being, and inclusion can support enrollment priorities, academic performance, and career preparedness.

We will share data and strategies that can be implemented to enhance recruitment and student success, improve students’ employability, and ensure they are well-equipped for their lives upon graduation.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this webinar, you will:

  • Learn practical insights on how to align student safety, well-being, and inclusion efforts to strategic enrollment management outcomes.
  • Understand the pivotal role of the outside-the-classroom experience in fostering career readiness.
  • Explore proven strategies to use social impact initiatives and technology tools to drive institutional performance across the student lifecycle.


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Rob Buelow

VP and General Manager, EDU

Rob serves as Vice President and General Manager of Education at Vector Solutions. He is an award-winning public health professional with deep expertise in leveraging social and behavioral science to solve the most pressing challenges facing campuses, companies, and communities.

Rob has managed major projects as a researcher and consultant across sectors and has received state and national recognition for his work, including the 2009 Outstanding Prevention Educator award from the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault. He has authored peer-reviewed research on innovative public health initiatives, served as a keynote speaker at national and international conferences, and provided expert testimony on preventing workplace harassment and combating the opioid epidemic.

Rob earned his master’s degree in social and behavioral science and health communication from the Harvard School of Public Health.