Chris Miller leads EAB’s best practices research. As Senior Vice President, he is responsible for launching new university and K-12 initiatives on revenue diversification, breakthrough innovation in instruction technology and business intelligence analytics, and future organizational design. He has led hundreds of strategic planning sessions with boards, cabinets, and faculty. Chris previously worked with CIOs, strategic planners and directors of R&D at Fortune 1000 global companies on how large organizations anticipate and adapt to technology-led disruption. Chris is the son of a history professor, reared on the value of higher education, an ardent (though past-expiration-date) basketball, tennis and golf enthusiast, and cinephile. His wife and two daughters are dual citizens of the US and Australia.
Chris earned a B.A. from Cornell University, studying American Literature and Neurobiology.
Research and Insights
What information can IT provide to help academic leaders improve instructional costs while advancing teaching, research, and service missions? In partnership with the Gates Foundation, EAB identified 10 analyses that isolate the key drivers of academic costs, pinpoint opportunities for savings, and allow department leaders to better meet future student demand. Provide these analyses to…
Fewer than 40% of students seeking a bachelor’s degree actually graduate in four years. While attrition is one of the main causes for this low number, progress delays also keep students from graduating on time. Such delays are increasingly costly to students and to colleges and universities. This study will help you address both attrition…