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Spring 2024 Executive Roundtable for Senior University Leaders

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London, UK

Executive Roundtables are EAB’s flagship networking and strategy event, bringing together senior leaders in a common location to discuss shared challenges with peers and EAB experts in a focused, uninterrupted setting.

During this in-person gathering, comprised of two half-days, EAB will convene senior university leaders to discuss recent research on key strategic topics facing the sector. Please view logistic details below.

Session

We invite COOs, Registrars, Heads of Administration, and senior academic leaders from higher education institutions across the United Kingdom, Ireland, and Europe to join EAB for an executive-level roundtable on 20-21 May in London, UK. We hope you will be able to join us for two half-days of interactive discussions, research presentations, networking, and best practice sharing.

Click the Register button to sign up for the session.

  • 20-21 May 2024

Meeting Details

20-21 May 2024

Meeting Location
Hilton London Paddington
146 Praed Street
London, UK W2 1EE
+44-20-7850-0500

EAB does not have a room block at the Hilton London Paddington, though you are welcome to book a hotel room through their website. Please reference our alternative hotel list near the Hilton London Paddington.

Please make your reservation at your earliest convenience, as space and rates are subject to availability.

Agenda

Day One

12:00 
Guest Arrival and Registration
Lunch Provided

13:00
AI and the Future of Higher Education: Five Transformative Opportunities
• Case studies of the most innovative and practical examples of AI in higher education
• Establishing foundational capabilities for leveraging AI in high-priority, low-risk terrains
• Immediate considerations for reducing risks of AI on campus

15:30
Building an Online Learning Unit Poised for Growth: Lessons from More Than a Decade of Experimentation and Innovation
• Approaches to assessing market competitiveness and tools for deciding online programmes to launch first
• Deciding when and whether to outsource online learning functions
• Strengths and challenges of the four main online learning unit structures
• Successfully marketing and differentiating your online programmes

17:30
Reception and Dinner

Day Two

8:00
Breakfast

9:00
The Evolving Student Success Mandate: New Trends, Roles, and Data — and Why Our Work is More Complicated Than Ever
Three macro trends impacting student success efforts at every institution
• Assessing the landscape of known and emerging student success priorities in the wake of the pandemic and generational shifts
• Articulating strategy and metrics that differentiate your institution and align with your student populations

12:00
Adjournment