Author: Kristina Azevedo
Education leaders share three lessons on addressing historical legacies of racism on campus.
To understand the pandemic’s impact on students’ perceptions of and interest in online learning, we surveyed more than 2,000 current and prospective adult, online, graduate, and professional students.
If you hope to graduate adult degree completers, you need to design bachelor’s completion programs with three characteristics in mind.
Colleges and universities need to move beyond crisis response and begin building long-term sustainable strategies.
Though many people have long anticipated this “return-to-normal,” institutions must address the possible negative impact a return to the office might bring. Here are three potential pitfalls in your institution’s return-to-work policy—and why you may want to rethink your approach.
126 college and university presidents discussed the future of work during our Presidential Experience Lab, EAB’s signature event for college and university presidents to take inspiration from out-of-industry exemplars to consider thought-provoking concepts, lessons and trends to help shape their leadership efforts and institutional strategy.
Dr. Joseph Castro, chancellor of California State University, discusses how his experience as a first-generation student led him to pursue a career in higher education and how it has made him a more compassionate leader.
Dr. Nathan Grawe, author of Demographics and the Demand for Higher Education, discusses his follow-up book The Agile College. He shares how COVID has impacted his forecasts plus insights from proactive institutions grappling with the effects of demographic change.
Lisa Gevelber, the founder of Grow with Google, dispels the myth that the program presents a threat to higher ed. Instead, says Gevelber, Google is working with community colleges and universities, as well as CTE high schools, on what could become a “game changer” for job seekers.
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.