Event Type: Cohort

Collaborative Participants Arizona State University Ball State University Bentley University Biola University Bowling Green State University Central Michigan University Central Washington University Chapman University Colorado State University Creighton University Florida Polytechnic University Furman University George Mason University Johns Hopkins University Lehigh University Lewis University Loyola Marymount University Muhlenberg College Ohio University Old Dominion University Scripps […]

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Assign Your Implementation Leader Provosts or chief academic officers name an implementation leader to participate in the collaborative and spearhead the creation of experiential major maps Typical implementation leaders include directors of career services, associate or vice provosts for academic and student affairs, and other academic and career advising leaders Fill out the form

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Collaborative Materials Controversial Events Template An increasingly common flashpoint occurs when potentially controversial speakers or events happen on campus. Use a Controversial Events Template for frontline staff to flag potentially controversial events and generate a shared document that outlines key information and how the institution will respond. Free Speech on Campus: Policy Audit and Supplemental […]

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Collaborative participants who have registered above will be registered for all scheduled events and receive an email confirmation.  Just want to attend one of the webconferences? You may also register for events individually by clicking the Details and Registration link. Part I: Prepare for Controversial Campus Events (October – January) Establish a Process for Preparation, […]

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In preparation of the 2020 presidential election, join this meeting to review the best of EAB resources on student activism. We have designed a series of events that will help you identify risk early, craft crisis response tools, and establish free speech policies that can mitigate the impact of climate crises on the campus community and the institution’s brand and reputation.

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