Fox 11 spent time with UW-Green Bay’s Director of Academic Advising, Darrel Renier, to discuss new technology that is being launched across the UW System to help improve graduation rates and retain more students. “The new system is called EAB Navigate. It’s relatively new but has components like early alert so we can identify students that are at risk early, it helps advisers with notes, and helps keep everyone on campus in the loop,” said Darrel Renier, the Director of Academic Advising at the University of Green Bay. See the story.
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