Norwich University shares their story on how they were able to grow and diversify their class over the last decade.
EAB research found that current approaches to raising employee morale can be described with three archetypes, but only one consistently delivers results. Which best describes your district today?
Dr. Roderick Heath, director of the African American Male Initiative at North Carolina Central University, shares advice on how all colleges can better support Black male students.
Under Secretary of Education James Kvaal shares his thoughts on student debt relief, free community college programs, the role of HBCUs, and much more.
Growing student interest in online programs, further accelerated by the pandemic, has challenged administrators to offer experiential learning opportunities online or at off-campus locations accessible to online students. Here are some of our researchers’ suggestions for creating the proper infrastructure to remotely deliver lab, clinical, or field work hours.
EAB hosted a virtual advisory session with chief diversity officers (CDOs) of selective liberal arts colleges to learn how these barriers impact their institutions. The leaders shared the challenges they run into in their work and how they are focusing their next steps to ensure systemic change on campus. The discussion revealed three realities of DEIJ efforts at liberal arts colleges.
Guests share findings from EAB’s newest “State of the Higher Ed Sector” research and offer tips on how to compete effectively by taking advantage of your institutional strengths.
Experts highlight better ways to support student-parents and explain why it isn’t just the right thing to do, it also makes perfect business sense for colleges.
EAB’s Carla Hickman turns the tables on Inside Higher Ed’s Scott Jaschik in an interview that touches on the most important news stories impacting higher education today.
As we all well know, the law school market has been turbulent these last few years. While a multitude of factors led to a spike in law school applications in 2021, if 2022 is any indication, we don’t expect that increase in demand to sustain itself over time. Of course, what hasn’t changed is the pressure law school leaders face to increase or sustain the academic quality of the incoming class.