Interview 133: Ronne Turner on “Wash U”
- Ronne tells us about her 35 years of admissions experience at four different institutions
- Ronne explains some of the main initiatives at Wash U right now
- Ronne explains how Wash U is different from their overlap schools
- Ronne explains what Wash U’s personality is
- Ronne explains why she came to Wash U
- Ronne explains what makes the Olin College of Business special
- Ronne explains multiple pathways for students to take advantage of the Olin College of Business
- Ronne tells us some of the strengths of the McKelvey School of Engineering.
- Ronne talks about the Sam Fox School
- Ronne shares what is unique about the College of Arts and Sciences
- Ronnie shares some of the unique multidisciplinary majors like PNP that are housed within the College of Arts of Sciences
- Ronne talks about the advising program that Wash U offers
- Ronne talks about St. Louis and the unique location of Wash U
- Ronne talks about some of the unique programs Wash U has implemented to make Wash U a better place for under-resourced and rural students.
- Ronne explains what the Gateway scholarship and the Heartland initiative is
- Ronne discusses how the school the student is coming from is evaluated
- Ronne explains what they look for in students when they read a file
- Ronne talks about how they used Demonstrated Interest in their application evaluation and why they decided to not use demonstrated interest the way they were before. Ronne is transparent s she shares
- Ronne discusses some institutional priorities Wash U has when she discusses the “Here and Next” campaign
- Ronne discusses What Wash U can do better?
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