Content Type: Podcast
Student success leaders discuss why virtual advising, the only option available during campus shutdowns, may become the norm even when campuses fully reopen.
EAB’s Meacie Fairfax and Ed Venit discuss ways the pandemic is forcing colleges to change for the better in how they help keep students engaged, informed, and on track academically.
EAB’s John Workman and Michael Fischer examine similarities and important differences in how the pandemic is impacting U.S. colleges vs. those in Canada, the UK, Australia, and New Zealand.
Gregory Haile shares his journey to become Broward College President. He also urges university leaders to think beyond the “campus-bound” college model.
A senior representative from Quest Diagnostics discusses the current state of COVID-19 testing on college campuses, explains why testing protocols vary so widely, and offers a glimpse of new and better tests schools could be using soon.
University of Kentucky officials discuss the return of college athletics and share what the new normal looks like on the UK campus.
Described as one of America’s most effective advocates for higher education, Terry Hartle from ACE talks with EAB about how the upcoming presidential and congressional elections may influence higher education policy.
As a land grant university and economic center of the state, West Virginia University has taken a leading role in helping state agencies combat the pandemic. Listen to WVU’s Dr. Gee and Vice President & Executive Dean for Health Sciences (and West Virginia Coronavirus Czar) Dr. Clay Marsh discuss ways that dealing with the opioid crisis informed their efforts to tackle the coronavirus. They also share why they think all institutions should play a central role promoting the welfare of their communities.
Alumni relations and fundraising have been turned upside down by the pandemic. Alumni are looking for career networks and informal and virtual opportunities to connect with old friends, not nostalgic on-campus experiences. Hear innovative strategies to stay relevant to alumni from Longwood University AVP Alumni & Career Services—and host of the Advancement Legends podcast—Ryan Catherwood.
There are approximately 3.5 million adults who have completed some college and have a high potential in going back to earn their bachelor’s degree. Guests discuss findings from a survey of more than 1,000 of these potential “degree completers” and share how colleges can help these adults overcome their fears and return to higher education.