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Learn how to engage students, faculty, staff, and your board in conversations about cybersecurity.
About the Webconference Community colleges continue to invest in technologies designed to help faculty report signs of student risk in the classroom. Despite these investments, faculty participation remains incredibly low. College leaders can improve faculty compliance in student success interventions with a redesigned and integrated student success infrastructure. This webconference focuses on how to promote […]
Use this resource to learn the fundamentals of how to create a campus survey during COVID-19 and use our question bank to get started.
As the coronavirus crisis continues to unfold, campuses are beginning to anticipate that many employees may have to remain in remote working situations for an extended period. See some of EAB’s top resources for addressing the challenges and alleviating the pain points common to remote work. We hope to continue updating this resource center in the weeks ahead.
To celebrate the role of faculty in student success, California State University Fullerton recognizes professors and advisors for the impact they’ve had on students’ pivotal moments.
A student success leader (and small school alumus) shares important lessons learning from working with a dozen small colleges and universities.
A few weeks ago, EAB partnered with the California State University (CSU) System to host a system-wide student success summit. Hearing positive feedback and stories from the team not only re-energized me, but also got me thinking about how EAB could replicate their experiences to better support our other system members. After seven years leading […]
Your prospective faculty website is the first resource candidates use to learn more about the institution, the surrounding community, and open positions. Participate in EAB’s Candidate Experience Web Audit to learn more about how to improve the prospective faculty experience when they interact with your website and apply for a position.
To attract a diverse range of faculty candidates, institutions must pitch not only the professional aspects but also the personal aspects of what it means to be welcome and included in the community. EAB created a mock website that features 10 essential components that highlight community, help candidates know what to expect from the recruitment process, and prioritize navigation and accessibility.
See three insights for faculty and staff looking to engage and support community college students in the midst of the pandemic.