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Leveraging Hidden Enrollment Drivers to Grow International Enrollment

During this interactive roundtable, attendees will have the opportunity to share lessons and pain points with peers, ask questions of EAB experts, and learn key insights from our research.

Confronting Your Historical Racial Legacy: How to Get Buy-in, Mitigate Risk, and Avoid Change Management Barriers

Calls on US and Canadian institutions to address their historical ties to racial discrimination and oppression have intensified across 2020 and 2021. However, many college and university leaders often find their actions constrained to symbolic efforts that fail to address underlying context and ultimately contribute to repeated cycles of frustration and flashpoints on campus.

Research and Services

EAB New Executive Intensives

With COVID-19 disruptions, faculty and staff burnout, and increasing financial pressures, stepping into a new role in the education industry can be daunting. EAB’s New Executive Intensives are designed to support successful leadership transitions across K-12 and higher education.

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Why you should start planning for a multi-modal future campus today

We recently held a virtual event for college and university cabinets about the role of technology in achieving mission and financial goals. Discover our three takeaways on adopting digital-first and multi-modal strategies.

Planning for Higher Ed’s Digital-First, Hybrid Future

College and university cabinets must start responding to financial and mission threats by adopting digital-first and multimodal strategies. Use his briefing to spark honest dialogue about higher ed’s multimodal future.

4 lessons for university presidents on how to grow professional and adult enrollment

Discover the takeaways from our event for college presidents that busted common myths about master’s degree growth and sized the growth potential of certificate and degree completion markets.

Quick Reads

15 Must-Ask Questions Before Addressing a Racist Symbol on Campus

Colleges and universities are experiencing intensifying public pressure to grapple with historical ties to racial harm. Before your institution renames, removes, or contextualizes a visible symbol of racial oppression, answer these 15 critical questions to ensure your work sustains and achieves strategic and transformative outcomes.

You removed the statue—now what?

Education leaders share three lessons on addressing historical legacies of racism on campus.

4 things to know to promote racial justice on campus

To create real change on campus, education leaders must make DEIJ efforts a comprehensive and institution-wide effort.

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Managing Director, Research

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Higher Education Strategy Forum

Helping college and university presidents navigate this increasingly challenging environment of higher education through tailored support, strategic research, and opportunities for off-the-record discussion with peers.

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