Event Type: Working Session
To guide schools through today’s rapidly evolving world, Heads of School need both dedicated time and a structured approach to planning for a future that will look significantly different to today. This 5-month series of events is designed to provide you with both of those necessities.
K-12’s Hidden Opportunities to Boost Postsecondary Success: How Students’ College Decision Making Has Changed and What District Leaders Can Do to Support Them
The number of graduates holding a postsecondary degree or certificate is shrinking. The postsecondary landscape has grown more complex.
The Chief of Staff’s Role in Government Relations and Strategic Partnerships: A Working Session to Explore the Practitioner Perspective and Emerging Best Practices on Partnerships
Chiefs of Staff are increasingly asked to play a pivotal role in government relations and strategic partnerships. This functional area is critical now.
Join product experts from the EAB Partner Support Team and fellow App Admins and Content Admins to talk through platform questions and hear from your peers.
New Opportunities for International Partnerships: Leveraging Pandemic Disruptions to Expand Collaborations
Discuss how universities are rethinking their international research partnerships to capture additional funding and achieve their strategic goals.
CTO’s will meet to discuss surface security threats, cybersecurity strategy, tactics on COID-era end user education and maintaining cybersecurity hygiene.
The session will be focused on DEI in advancement in independent schools – specifically fundraising for DEI initiatives and alumni sentiment.
Participants will engage with each other and with EAB’s Facilities Forum research to explore ways to realize the promise of untethered work in the new era.
Attend this virtual working group to meet with peers and learn how to adjust your SEM plan to meet the challenges and grasp the opportunities.
Discuss Candace Dobson-Reed’s experiences leading through crisis, as well as how others have led their institutions through challenging times.