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The COVID-19 outbreak has wreaked havoc on higher education institutions, including their financial plans. Find out how these schools are fighting back.
COVID-19’s rapid transition from looming danger to immediate threat forced higher education to quickly stand up comprehensive webpages to answer the urgent questions of campus stakeholders. Use the resources located on the second tab of the audit to help strengthen areas determined to need improvement.
With the population of college-bound high school students about to enter a steep decline, it’s time for colleges and universities to embrace the “business case” for student success.
Melissa Korn from The Wall Street Journal talks about her new book, “Unacceptable,” an in-depth examination of last year’s “Varsity Blues” bribery and admissions scandal.
The partnership strengthens EAB’s ability to help colleges assess and report on enrollment performance.
As a land grant university and economic center of the state, West Virginia University has taken a leading role in helping state agencies combat the pandemic. Listen to WVU's Dr. Gee and Vice President & Executive Dean for Health Sciences (and West Virginia Coronavirus Czar) Dr. Clay Marsh discuss ways that dealing with the opioid crisis informed their efforts to tackle the coronavirus. They also share why they think all institutions should play a central role promoting the welfare of their communities.
Paul Fain, news editor at Inside Higher Ed, joins EAB’s Carla Hickman to share the COVID-19 stories that have gotten the most attention, what that says about college and university leaders’ greatest concerns, and the stories we should expect to see soon.