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Making the Most of Your Academic Affairs Research Partnership
Orientation isn’t just for students. Join EAB for a (re)orientation to learn what’s in store with your EAB Academic Affairs membership and to make sure you’re taking advantage of all of the university research tools and resources to which your institution has access.
This brief, 30-minute overview prepared you and anyone on your team to:
- Engage with the vast library of tools and resources on eab.com
- Receive updates on publications, audits, surveys, and more
- Register for upcoming virtual events
Click the Register button to sign up for the session. This session is best suited for provosts and vice presidents, academic affairs with both academic affairs and navigate partnerships.
- Tuesday, February 13, 2024 | 12:00 p.m. – 12:30 p.m. Eastern Time
Experts associated with this event
Strategic Leader, Research
Maya serves as a Strategic Leader for Research where she collaborates with both public and private institutions to develop strategic goals and support their long-term planning. Prior to joining EAB, Maya worked directly with students planning large scale concerts, lectures, and events for the campus community.
Most recently, she served as the Assistant Director for Multicultural and Affinity Engagement in the Office of Alumni Relations at American University in Washington, D.C. Throughout her career, Maya has also served as a lecturer for leadership, diversity, and first year experience courses, as well as staff advisor for several experiential learning trips, which have granted her opportunities to see many parts of the world, including East Africa and Europe.
Maya currently resides in High Point, NC where you can find her serving as the volunteer curator for a local art gallery on the weekends. In her free time, Maya enjoys live music, swimming, and discovering local gems, old and new, in her hometown of Greensboro, NC.Read Bio