Here to Stay: Engaging Students Outside of the Classroom

In the last 10 years, colleges and universities started to move toward hybrid and online learning for delivering post-secondary education with virtual tools like Blackboard and Zoom. The COVID-19 pandemic saw most institutions of higher education shut down in March 2020, forcing institutions to move toward virtual learning at an increasingly rapid pace.

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  • Jason Esner

    Jason Enser has been working in higher education for over 20 years. He is currently dean of student affairs at Vermont Technical College, and previously served as dean for student affairs at SUNY–Adirondack and as associate dean of students for student organizations and student center operations at Clarkson University. He has a Master of Science in student personnel administration from Buffalo State College, a Master of Business Administration from Castleton University, a Bachelor of Science in communication and political science from SUNY–Fredonia, and is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in education at SUNY–Empire State College.

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