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Despite a diversifying student population, the racial demographics of the faculty at colleges and universities has remained largely unchanged. These tools will help search committee chairs and members implement DEIJ tactics at each step of the faculty hiring process.
As activists continue to call attention to the racial disparities in faculty demographics, institutional DEIJ plans increasingly include goals to recruit and retain BIPOC faculty. Most higher education institutions do not have standardized DEIJ hiring practices embedded into their processes—but that can change.
Independent schools experience head of school transitions more often than ever before, but most haven’t had the opportunity to perfect the transition process. With that in mind, we have gathered the advice and experience of 25 independent school leaders into a playbook designed to help guide you through this challenging process.
Shifting to a recruitment mindset can help you create a more robust candidate pool and reach previously untapped talent. But connecting with candidates year-round raises an important question: How do you manage all of the new applications?
Despite growing interest, too many cluster hiring initiatives fail due to a lack of appropriate planning. This white paper walks through the six stages of cluster hiring and recommended imperatives to execute and avoid common pitfalls.
The temptation is to settle by hiring whoever seems remotely qualified even if they are not what you were looking for. Sure, you may get lucky, but do you really want your important leadership hire to be based on chance? Don’t settle, and don’t give up hope!
In several recent roundtable discussions convened for higher education CIOs, we asked IT leaders to tell us how they are addressing workplace trends and post-pandemic institutional needs.
The COVID-19 pandemic quickly forced many students, teachers, and staff to operate remotely. District leaders rapidly learned how to coordinate online classwork, distribute technology, and support staff in a virtual environment. As the pandemic subsides, leaders must now decide how their districts will operate in a post-pandemic world, balancing student and staff preferences with district priorities.
Learn three main models for empowering an international strategy champion at your institution so you can have more effective agreements with universities across the globe. Access sample job descriptions and dive into their key responsibilities, advantages, and considerations.
While online learning is the most conspicuous part of this new reality, a quieter but arguably more successful achievement has been the ease with which institutions shifted overnight from campus-bound to remote administrative operations. To its surprise, higher education learned that it had an infrastructure and a workforce flexible enough to adopt new modes of work.