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Many advancement leaders know this is a vital time to steward donors in a way that builds and solidifies relationships. It is crucial that donors are hearing from us and feel supported and appreciated during these challenging times
As institutions grapple with COVID-related expenses—and anticipate future budget shortfalls—some have begun furloughing staff to temporarily reduce salary costs. While furloughs are an attractive alternative to layoffs, most institutions haven’t considered furloughing staff since the Great Recession—and today’s circumstances are quite different than they were a decade ago. As a result, leaders are adapting their historic furlough approach to the COVID-19 context.
Read our expert insight to learn how Mercy College implemented faculty-led training and an advising career ladder.
Higher ed leaders must be attentive to the effects of COVID-19 on the mental health of students and staff and can play a pivotal role in proactively providing resources to support the wellbeing of the school community, both virtually and in person.
During the webconference you'll learn to navigate the new Instructional Workload tab and how to identify where there may be opportunities to rightsize teaching loads or increase productivity.
While the student body of college campuses has diversified over the last decades, the demographics of the faculty have largely remained unchanged. And even in fields which have diversified, candidates from historically underrepresented groups (URG) are less likely to hold leadership positions and higher ranks.
Faculty and staff must personally cope with COVID-19 while also serving as first responders to students in distress. Read our insight to learn how to help faculty and staff maintain their own mental health and wellness during the coronavirus crisis.
Remote work is the new normal for most of our staff. See what we learned from senior student affairs leaders about how to best support staff self-care.
Use this study, Perfecting the Partnership, to identify and engage new advancement partners across campus and extend the reach of current fundraising superstars to more donors.
Here are 5 key questions chief academic officers should address as this stressful academic term nears its conclusion.