Event Type: Working Session
The Transfer Portal Intensive Limited Series consists of four hands-on working sessions. Join this series for an in-depth look into the seven best practice areas that make up EAB’s Transfer Maturity Curve. Sessions will include time to connect with other Transfer Portal peers and workshop through ideas. More detailed session agendas and recommended participants coming soon!
This working session will bring together presidents from similar NCAA divisions to discuss the challenges their institutions are grappling with in navigating the evolving issues impacting college athletics.
Join product experts from EAB’s Partner Support Team and fellow Transfer Portal App Admins to discuss platform questions and hear from your peers.
We’ve taken a critical look at the MBA programs succeeding in today’s difficult market to identify the most important program design decisions. From your admissions requirements to program curriculum, learn how you can optimize your MBA’s alignment to students’ needs as well as position the program to compete against both other MBAs and emerging alternatives.
Start the new year off right with APS! Join our APS Intensive to learn how to use data to understand faculty line needs to accommodate student demand in FY22-23. During this interactive workshop, you’ll explore specific APS metrics in your institution’s data to inform your faculty line planning using a guided worksheet.
With rural community college enrollment down nationwide and the number of college-going high school graduates expected to decline in coming years, the need to enroll, retain, and graduate more students has never been greater.
Join product experts from the Starfish EAB Partner Services Team and fellow Starfish Tenant Admins to talk through platform questions and hear from your peers!
With the start of school behind us, are you wondering how other districts have addressed learning disruptions and what they’ve learned so far? In this focus group, you will have the opportunity to engage in an open discussion and exchange ideas with other district leaders on how they are tackling learning the recovery challenge thus far.
When the COVID-19 pandemic forced many community colleges into virtual instruction and operations, most were not prepared to govern a remote or hybrid workforce. Almost a year and a half later, most colleges are still trying to keep tabs on workplace trends and adapt their policies in support of employee preferences while balancing institutional priorities.
District leaders acknowledge that teacher morale is of the utmost importance – teachers who are burnt out are not able to serve their students well. Therefore, cultivating high teacher morale is a service to students and essential to pandemic recovery and student success; district leaders must take direct action to improve teacher morale.