Content Type: Expert Insight
To support faculty well-being, academic affairs leaders should consider these reflection questions and checklist items before responding to flashpoints and climate-related incidents.
Faculty are experiencing pandemic-induced career setbacks, change fatigue, looming trauma from the past two years, depleted community connections, and financial stressors imposed by inflation. To support academic leaders in their efforts to tackle faculty burnout, EAB’s faculty well-being research team has curated a list of top resources and thought leaders on the topic of faculty burnout.
Our inaugural cohort of 30+ districts is starting the new year ready to meet the needs of their teachers. Their feedback on the experience highlights five reasons why your district should join the movement to raise teacher morale today.
The Creating Helpful Incentives to Produce Semiconductors for America Act (CHIPS) and Science Act of 2022 is a $280B legislative package to support the U.S. semiconductor industry with new funding for manufacturing and research and development (R&D). Here’s what higher education leaders need to know.
EAB spoke with more than 20 community college presidents about their initiatives to increase Black and Latino male student retention.
Without a fully staffed shop, chief advancement officers risk not meeting yearly fundraising goals at a time of ever-increasing expectations. To understand the current talent crisis, EAB conducted a survey of over 120 higher ed advancement talent leaders about their hiring and retention experiences.
Social media is one of the most important spaces where consumers expect to engage with brands, but it can be difficult to align content with current online trends. To increase your college’s brand awareness for today’s prospective adult students, PCO units should consider adopting these three social media tactics.
Across spring 2022, EAB launched the first collaborative for our partners focused on student mental health and well-being. At the end of the Collaborative, participants walked away with concrete next steps for improving student mental health and well-being support on their campus.
How 3 colleges and universities are leveraging peer support to better meet mental health demand next year
While the pandemic has accelerated the urgency to enhance mental health support, it has also presented a unique opportunity to meet student needs through peer support programs. Here are how 3 institutions are adjusting their mental health support strategies to leverage peers to better meet escalating student demand for support and facilitate meaningful peer connections.
Participants in the 2021 and 2022 cohorts of EAB’s Rising Higher Education Leadership Fellowship tackled institutional challenges ranging from student success, to budget models, to change management, and more.