Representatives from The Urban Alliance and Streetwise Partners join the podcast to discuss how the pandemic and recent civil unrest have impacted volunteerism. They also share tips for institutions looking to motivate more employees to participate in community services activities.
Here are three reasons to put your SIS evaluation on hold—and consider a different path forward in your digital transformation strategy.
Learn how to identify which academic programs in your portfolio have the greatest potential for growth.
To investigate the impact of remote instruction on student success, our Academic Performance Solutions team analyzed course completion data across a cohort of 49 partner institutions.
Our researchers took a look at which bachelor’s degree programs have the highest potential for growth. Here’s what we learned.
Memory is at the heart of learning, but students forget more than half of what they learn in just one hour and as much as 75% in a week. Watch this video to learn how the brain develops and retrieves long-term memories and the four simple strategies K-12 teachers can use to help students retain information in the virtual classroom.
EAB’s Michael Koppenheffer joins the podcast to discuss ways employers are virtualizing campus recruiting to overcome social distancing restrictions.
In acknowledging where their ‘view is obstructed’, advancement teams can then start to take bold new steps to craft events that are mission-aligned and inclusive for all
Many community college leaders’ worst enrollment fears were realized this Fall, as the sector experienced widespread declines. EAB addressed this and more in a series of working groups with over 60 participants, discussing how to adapt Strategic Enrollment Management (SEM) efforts to meet this new challenge.
Diversity, equity, and inclusion skills are defying the COVID-19 labor market: See 3 ways universities can help meet this new demand
Human resources professionals must contend with particularly fragile job security during a recession. However, demand for diversity and inclusion professionals defies this trend, driven by widespread protests calling attention to nationwide systemic racism.