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Retaining a diverse faculty is top-of-mind for institutions, but retaining a diverse staff is just as important and can be just as challenging. Read three strategies university and department leaders can use to support staff retention.
Heads of school are being asked to respond to incivility in the classroom and events off campus. EAB recommends that schools prepare for flashpoints as part of their risk mitigation practices, create structures to consistently respond and prepare for risk, and that they use flashpoints as learning opportunities. Review these three key areas to get started.
This resource is comprised of exercises to prepare heads of school and their leadership team for how to respond to incivility in the classroom.
Students can’t be expected to achieve academic success or personal wellness until their basic needs are met. Use this Roadmap to learn how student affairs officers can support food and housing security on campus.
Statements that isolate university free speech values may disharmonize students who question if the institution values diversity and inclusion to the same extent as free speech. To promote a holistic view of their institution’s values, institution leaders must articulate, reinforce, and allow students to reflect on the university’s values. These three steps will help university leaders turn abstract values into values students engage with and ponder during their time on campus.
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.
With the rising cost of college, more and more students suffer from basic needs or other forms of financial insecurity. VPSAs and their teams should use the study to expand services for students facing financial hardship.
Educate other campus constituents about the legal complexities of emotional support animals and challenges for colleges and universities.
EAB’s Meacie Fairfax and Ed Venit discuss ways the pandemic is forcing colleges to change for the better in how they help keep students engaged, informed, and on track academically.