Content Type: Working Sessions

In this session, participants will learn how to use the Registration Status tab in the CPO module to monitor course registration. This session is best suited for Provosts, Academic Affairs, Registrars, Institutional Research/Institutional Effectiveness, and other individuals involved in the course planning process.

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Join us for a reprise of a session from our in-person roundtable where we’ll discuss the various approaches institutions around the world have deployed to pursue carbon net-zero status, analyze the costs and benefits of various next-gen efficiency efforts, and consider new stakeholders to engage in sustainability efforts across campus.

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This cohort will consist of three webinars designed to familiarize institutions with Next Generation Academic Planning, understand their plans for template publishing and maintenance, and equip them with the information needed to complete the migration to Next Generation AP in Fall 2022. We recommend that at least one representative from each institution in the cohort join each session and sessions will be recorded for those not able to join live. Session registration is only available to the institutions included in the fall 2022 Next Generation Academic Planning cohort.

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Join us for monthly virtual sessions with other chief research officers as we discuss the underpinnings of the cost of competition in research. Attendees will be able to share what they are tackling at their institutions, and also hear about what others are experiencing across higher education. Sessions are best suited for Chief Research Officer, Vice Presidents of Research, and Assistant Vice President.

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