Content Type: Roundtable

EAB is convening community college presidents and vice presidents of strategy in a virtual forum to share ‘top of mind’ challenges on campus with a cohort of peers and discuss EAB’s latest strategic research with our experts. Participants help shape and inform the agenda for each session via quick polling, allowing live analysis of institutional practices around enrollment, DEI, faculty engagement, the student experience, and more. This session is limited to President and Vice President, Strategy.

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From policies and academic programs to institutional history and community relations, leaders must navigate the complex systems of higher education to uproot structural racism. This presentation will provide a broad overview of why higher education needs to dismantle systemic racism and lay out EAB’s hallmark framework to support institutions in these efforts. This session is best suited for Presidents and Chief Diversity Officers.

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Please join us this winter for the return of our signature in-person meeting series where we will bring together progressive, forward-thinking presidents and chancellors to discuss the top challenges facing higher education. Sessions are limited to Presidents or Chancellors of our higher education partner institutions.

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In the 2023 Advancement Forum Roundtable series, the EAB research team will engage chief advancement officers and other advancement leaders in a series of sessions designed to advance strategic decision-making around the key priorities determining success—or failure—in today’s advancement landscape. Sessions are limited to Chief Advancement Officer, VP of Advancement, VP of Development and Alumni Relations, VC of Advancement, VC of Development and Alumni Relations, and President of the foundation.

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