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Get a sneak preview of the topics we'll cover at IGNITED, EAB's two-day event for higher ed leaders.
This blog identifies infrastructure necessary to support interdisciplinary programs, as part of the Rising Higher Ed Leaders Fellowship.
Use these 4 tips to ensure your institution has a high-functioning behavioral intervention team that is equipped to support the campus community.
This capstone from the Rising Higher Ed Leaders Fellowship develops a more agile solution to problem solving in higher education.
This year’s State of the Sector research explores how these competitive forces are redefining five key terrains, as well as what market leaders must do to distinguish themselves in the years to come.
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.
Roughly 70% of all HEERF dollars remain unspent. Guests discuss the reasons and share advice on how to move forward with greater speed and intent.
Without general receptiveness to change, higher ed leaders are fighting an uphill battle to reap true transformation. Discover the most common cognitive biases that derail college leaders’ discussions, and decisions, and ultimately sabotage their strategy.
The impending demographic cliff is creating undergraduate enrollment challenges, especially for institutions in the northeast, where my university is located. One strategy to offset the expected revenue decline is growing graduate enrollment, and an institution’s existing undergraduate students are a fruitful market to target. By saving time and money, joint undergraduate and graduate degrees are an attractive way to keep strong students on campus for an additional year.
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.