Colleges and universities are experiencing intensifying public pressure to grapple with historical ties to racial harm. Before your institution renames, removes, or contextualizes a visible symbol of racial oppression, answer these 15 critical questions to ensure your work sustains and achieves strategic and transformative outcomes.
Education leaders share three lessons on addressing historical legacies of racism on campus.
President Dr. Benoit-Antoine Bacon of Carleton University in Canada and Dr. Carol Henderson of Emory University join us for a discussion on ways to acknowledge and address your institution’s historical ties to slavery and racial oppression.
Many enrollment leaders don’t grapple with this problem until after applications start rolling in, when numbers become stark. But shaping doesn’t start with applications – it starts with recruitment. Here are two emerging recruitment tactics you can leverage to help fill your enrollment gaps.
Understand trends in how federal grants are awarded and how the Department of Education’s expectations are changing as they focus on evidence-based practices.
Here are three steps to create a dynamic graduate and adult enrollment growth strategy—because the stakes are too high not to have an effective and adaptable strategy in place.
Students’ sense of belonging on campus is one of the top factors in their retention and persistence. Through a review of academic literature and conversations with university leaders, EAB has broken down student belonging into five specific, defined components—each with specific best practices that leaders can put in place.
In EAB’s conversations with campus leaders about students’ sense of belonging and connectedness, three innovative strategies emerged.
The Director of the African American Male Initiative at NC Central U. discusses an approach to student success that’s showing great promise.
There is widespread urgency and momentum for institutions to better support student success and mental health. At EAB, we are making our mental health resource center available to all, regardless of your partnership with us.