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President Fayneese Miller of Hamline University discusses nurturing a campus that sees racial justice not as an overnight project, but an enduring commitment for the university and the community at-large.
"Our people are afraid, whether it's our board members, faculty, staff, students, or members of our community. But I am hopeful and confident that information can help us overcome fear," says Dr. Melinda Treadwell, president of Keene State College.
Gregory Haile shares his journey to become Broward College President. He also urges university leaders to think beyond the “campus-bound” college model.
President E. Gordon Gee of West Virginia University calls on other universities to respond to the pandemic crisis by becoming more agile and effective than ever before.
President Ann McElaney-Johnson of Mount Saint Mary's University shares how she led her campus through a wildfire—and how the experience informed her response to COVID-19.
EAB’s Sally Amoruso is joined by the University of Nebraska Omaha’s Chancellor Dr. Jeffrey Gold, who is a leading expert on containing the spread of viruses and other dangerous pathogens. The two discuss how university leaders can access and interpret data on the community spread of the coronavirus to help shape their plans to welcome students, faculty, and staff back to campus.
Dr. Fayneese Miller, president of Hamline University in St. Paul, Minnesota, joins EAB’s Sally Amoruso to discuss how emergency planning and her experience growing up as an African American woman in a segregated community informed her response to recent protests in her city.
Dr. Christine Riordan, president of Adelphi University, shares what she’s learned from a unique collaboration of more than 100 independent colleges and universities across New York State to help each prepare for the fall term.
EAB’s Mark Shreve joins Dr. Ann McElaney-Johnson, president of Mount Saint Mary’s University in Los Angeles, to talk about the value of small colleges and how a recent crisis helped prepare her team to handle the impacts of the pandemic.