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There is widespread urgency and momentum for institutions to better support student success and mental health. At EAB, we are making our mental health resource center available to all, regardless of your partnership with us.
Education leaders share three lessons on addressing historical legacies of racism on campus.
While student belongingness is a broad topic, a growing body of academic research offers insights into what drives belonging, and why it's important to support it.
Join us for a conversation about the role of technology and multi-modality on college and university campuses, focusing on how hybrid and digital strategies can help leadership teams achieve critical mission goals like expanding access, improving retention and engagement, and containing operating costs.
EAB has launched a research initiative to support higher education leaders in their efforts toward institutional reckoning and racial healing. Our early conversations have revealed important lessons for institutions considering this work. Here are three that campus leaders should keep in mind along the way.
Student affairs teams are on the front lines of institutional responses to COVID-19, and that means they are facing exacerbated urgency to rapidly adjust policies. Use this guide to review and assess past efforts to ensure your division is well-positioned to serve your campus in the future.
EAB gathered chief human resource officers and senior facilities officers from 24 institutions to discuss return-to-work policies. Read this expert insight for the takeaways on what makes a more flexible work policy effective and how these changes might impact space utilization and employee engagement.
COVID-19 and the long-overdue racial reckoning in the U.S. have brought mental health to the top of university priority lists and shifted how leaders approach campus well-being. Here are three critical realizations we’ve identified that sparked a transformation in the way campus leaders are addressing mental health.
Mental health has consistently topped the list of presidential concerns through the pandemic. ACE surveyed presidents on multiple occasions across the last year, and each time, mental health has garnered the number one spot – above long-term financial viability and enrollment numbers.
Chief Wellness Officer (CWO) positions have grown rapidly across the past few years due to growth in appreciation for proactive well-being support and escalating demand for mental health services. This white paper outlines common responsibilities, reporting lines, and desired expertise and credentials for these positions as well as example job descriptions.