EAB experts will highlight the important lessons from fall repopulation efforts, including ways to communicate with, instruct, and dedensify campus.
For most of the higher education sector, digital transformation in the pre-pandemic era was a luxury advocated mainly by CIOs and a few progressive vice chancellors and rectors. With the advent of the so-called ‘Great Lockdown’ earlier in 2020, the virtual delivery of education and remote working emerged as a necessity for business continuity. Since then, attitudes to digitalisation have shifted. While the global pandemic presents massive opportunities for the sector to better integrate digital tools across academic and operational terrains, institutions risk falling prey to the trap of digital delusion, adopting technology merely for the sake of technology.
Join us at this event to learn about donor expectations and pipeline development. The meeting will also dive deep into how advancement’s response to the coronavirus crisis could change the face of the industry for years to come.
As the racial justice protests unfolded in June 2020, many colleges and universities released statements of support and acknowledged the need for further action on campus. EAB will help answer questions from VPSAs around this new wave of activism in a pandemic (either on campus or in the community).
Through this session, institution leaders will combine content with activities to lead through crisis and shape students into future citizen-leaders.
Learn about donor expectations, pipeline development, and how advancement’s response to the coronavirus crisis could change the face of the industry.
This year’s APS Virtual Summit will invigorate your campus’ decision-making culture and drive change management efforts.
CIOs are troubleshooting across campus, and they need faster intel on what institutional leaders need and how other IT leaders are responding. That’s why EAB is convening CIOs on a bi-weekly basis for our ITF Fall Term Troubleshooting Sessions, which will focus on a different and urgent topic that is top of mind for CIOs.
COVID-19 has exacerbated existential threats to higher ed institutions’ financial viability—CBOs must activate plans to slow operating cost growth, align revenue strategy with new market realities, and build an operating infrastructure that is resilient to future threats. Register for a virtual working group to learn what strategies your peers are considering and hear EAB’s take on how those strategies align with industry trends.
Join fellow enrollment leaders for networking and meaningful dialogue interspersed with information and insights shared by EAB experts.
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.
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.