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This resource provides step-by-step guidance to assist colleges and universities in their efforts towards institutional reckoning and healing.
While it’s important to support Black and Latino men throughout the entire student lifecycle, our research team found four moments when that support is especially critical for retention and graduation.
We identified three main ways higher ed job descriptions fall short compared to out-of-sector competitors.
Becoming an anti-racist institution involves conscious, active, and ongoing effort. In this webinar, participants will learn about the anti-racist behaviors and actions that span across unit and function to transform the experiences of ethnic and diverse populations on campus.
EAB experts spoke with university leaders to better understand the biggest change management barriers preventing bold change on campus. In a recent webinar, the research team shared their findings, including a framework to help secure buy-in.
When addressing historical ties to racial discrimination and oppression, influential stakeholders often focus on the potential risks of doing so and resist change. Our toolkit will help higher ed leaders address these change management barriers to meaningful progress.
Colleges and universities are uniquely positioned to foster a climate for civil discourse. Follow EAB's framework to find common ground for productive discussion among students and the broader campus community.
Hallmarks of an Antiracist Institution: The Behaviors and Actions that Promote Racial Justice in Education
The ongoing national conversation about the deadly impact of racism has created an urgency around the need for dramatic change at all levels of society.
Through philanthropic support from Bank of America, EAB is partnering with 12 institutions to elevate and accelerate the path for Hispanic adults entering health care careers.
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.