“How can you make changes or updates to your programming if you don’t even know whether what you are doing is working or not?”

You don’t have to be a data scientist to embrace the power of numbers and the way they can help drive improved student programming.

At the 2023 Talent Strong Florida Summit, Dr. Karline Prophete, Director of the Barbara Carey-Shuler Equity Institute at Palm Beach State College, will discuss some of the ways community stakeholders can approach and collaborate with institutional research departments to “dig into data” during a session titled “Equal is Still Not Enough: Leveraging Institutional Data to Expand Access and Differentiate Student Program Offerings.”

In the latest episode of the Summer Speaker Series, Dr. Prophete discusses how numbers can be used to measure impact and reminds us that data is our friend.

The 2023 Talent Strong Florida Summit will feature nearly 40 sessions connected to FCAN’s Seven Conditions That Create a Resilient Workforce and Spark Economic Mobility. The theme of this year’s summit — “Engage & Empower” — emphasizes the critical role of mental health and inclusivity in college and career readiness

Visit www.fcansummit.org for more information on all the sessions and to register for the 2023 Talent Strong Florida Summit.

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