Join us at a 2019 National Meeting
Provosts and academic affairs leaders are increasingly considering how their traditional institutional structures and strategies hold them back from advancing critical priorities. Departmental and disciplinary siloes restrict innovation and cross-disciplinary work. Complex curricula and out-of-date policies prevent first-generation, low-income, and other underrepresented students from successfully navigating to a degree and accessing high-impact educational experiences.
The 2018-2019 provost roundtables, provost’s cabinet summits, and arts and sciences dean summits will help members reimagine their organizational culture and structure to advance innovation, financial sustainability, and underrepresented student success. We will share new research on redesigning the academic enterprise as well as closing student achievement gaps by targeting addressable early causes of retention and graduation disparities.