Peer-to-peer support, however, requires less financial investment while also building a strong culture of support and belongingness, especially among historically underrepresented students.
Our briefing outlines how academic leaders can enhance quality by reallocating resources from lower impact activities to higher impact, mission-aligned priorities.
Allocating instructional resources appropriately requires negotiating difficult trade-offs through a shared governance process that engages faculty and academic leaders.
This infographic offers an industry-wide perspective on the academic affairs concerns across institutions, even for topics that will not be a focus in the upcoming EAB research cycle.
Download Study Explore 14 analyses to guide department-level strategy, root-cause diagnostic tools for academic unit leaders, and guidance for implementing regular departmental review processes. From faculty hiring to course scheduling to promotion and tenure, academic departments make or influence myriad decisions that affect the strategic priorities of institutions of higher education. These priorities include cost […]
Every year, the Academic Affairs Forum’s research cycle culminates in a series of executive roundtables hosted across the country, where groups of 20-30 Chief Academic Officers, their cabinet members, and deans of arts and sciences convene to discuss their biggest strategic challenges.
See how EAB has helped the University of Dayton focus on effective practices.
To help you and you team respond to and prepare for campus flashpoints, we sat down with our student affairs colleagues to learn about some of the key findings from their latest research.
Because common student success metrics are lagging indicators of institutional and student performance, academic leaders may not know the root causes of any given demographic disparity in their data. Our infographic outlines 116 leading indicators of demographic disparities in student success metrics like retention, academic performance, graduation, and career outcomes.
Campuses often overlook the ways that academic structures can improve students’ sense of belonging on campus, in their majors, and in their classrooms.