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. These sessions are best suited for Navigate Partners, specifically Application Administrators.
Join product experts from EAB’s Partner Support Team and fellow Transfer Portal App Admins to discuss platform questions and hear from your peers. This session is best suited for Application Administrators.
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 are best suited for Transfer Portal App Admins, Vice President of Enrollment Management, Director of Admissions, Registrar, Credit Evaluation, and Transfer Marketing.
Join Rapid Insight (RI) product experts and fellow RI Users to talk through platform questions and hear from your peers! During these interactive sessions, Rapid Insight users will be able to ask questions of EAB members and other partners. Sessions are best suited for users of any application in the Rapid Insight platform.
In this series, we are bringing it back to basics in both Construct and Predict. Have you ever wondered if you might be missing out on an easier way? Or maybe you are just getting started with Construct and could use a couple tips to get you off the ground. Whatever level you are at with Construct, why not get back to the basics?
In this 75-minute working group session, join academic affairs and campus diversity leaders to hear best practices from institutions that are rethinking structures and policies for faculty retention. Learn how colleges and universities across the US and Canada have incorporated principles of diversity, inclusion, equity, and justice into promotion and tenure requirements, and see key design features of equitable faculty evaluation and workload policy. Sessions are limited to Chief Academic Officers and Chief Diversity Officers, or a designated delegate from either office whose work focuses on faculty reviews, equity, and/or retention.
This summer, EAB invites you to participate in an exclusive, two-day summit designed to help superintendents create the conditions for their schools to thrive. June 27-28 and July 12-13 events are limited to Superintendents. The July 21-22 session is best suited for Superintendent Leadership teams and is a make-up session for Superintendents.
Learn from our experience helping hundreds of schools with their portfolios over the years and our research into everything from new program launch to rightsizing the portfolio and sunsetting when necessary. This session is best suited for Executives of Professional/ Continuing/ Online/Adult Education who have recently received a Market Insights analysis, or their designees.
We are looking forward to our annual gathering of Navigate HBCU leaders to discuss student success best practices, current challenges, and lessons learned. This summit will be most relevant for those with a role on their institution’s Navigate leadership team (such as an Executive Sponsor, Program Sponsor, Program Owner, or Application Administrator). Others without those roles are welcome to attend, but each institution may register a maximum of six attendees.
During this session, campus leaders will have the opportunity to begin exploring and discussing these questions with peers. We will also share lessons learned from early movers and strategies for transitioning to a more holistic and stakeholder-centric campus safety approach. Sessions are best suited for Chief Business Officers, VPSAs, Chiefs of Staff, Chief Diversity Officers, Chiefs of Police, and/or Chief Safety Officers.
Join us this summer for guided workshops on all things Navigate Student! Attend these sessions to ensure your Navigate Student tools are set up optimally for the start of the Fall 2022 Term. Best suited for Intermediate/Advanced Content Administrators.
Among the many lessons of the past two years is the discovery that, when the moment necessitates, colleges and universities can act quickly, address cross-campus problems, and adopt new technologies and policies. But as we settle into post-pandemic habits, the jury is out on whether transformational change can be sustained.