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As leaders of economic growth and social reform within their locality, institutions must turn innate economic activity into strategic initiatives and audit intentional economic development programs to ensure inclusivity, accessibility, and equity. Read this insight for four strategies to support economic justice at your institution
As college and university presidents and chiefs of staff continue to lead through crisis in 2021 and beyond, they must lock in practices from the pandemic that will sustain their institutions for the long-term.
The Higher Education Strategy Forum hosted five virtual working sessions for presidential chiefs of staff and other strategic deputies representing 45 institutions across the United States and Canada. These working sessions gave us unique insight into what’s on the minds of presidents, cabinets, and boards as the COVID-19 crisis has unfolded.
Without buy-in and engagement from each department, your campus-wide student success initiatives can't reach their full potential.
It's up to college presidents to educate the public on the realities of campus spending and funding.
Impact of Biden’s “Made in All of America” plan on higher education economic recovery and development efforts
One of President-elect Biden’s most prominent campaign platforms was his “Made in All of America” plan—an economic plan that restores the emphasis on manufacturing while better incorporating new high-tech and advanced processes...Within each line of effort is a signal of opportunity for higher education institutions to better position themselves to receive federal funding. But to achieve this, institutions will have to rethink, sharpen, and execute on their economic recovery and development efforts.
Dr. Joseph Castro, chancellor of California State University, discusses how his experience as a first-generation student led him to pursue a career in higher education and how it has made him a more compassionate leader.
Explore takeaways that will help you better explore new international opportunities in higher ed and expand existing transnational collaborations.
No matter a higher education institution’s objective, inevitably it’s silos that seem to get in the way of strategic thinking and planning. In the brief, you will find five silo threats outlined, as well as representative prompts and questions for executive team reflection and cabinet conversation.
Leading a university has never been more challenging, especially for new presidents. This page provides tools to help leadership teams decide what is most important to share with an incoming president up front, as well as suggestions for resources to help new presidents get smart on topics across higher ed.