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Academic Affairs Forum

Our Academic Affairs Forum delivers proven strategies and data insights so you can unlock untapped resources and reach goals related to student success, financial sustainability, academic program innovation, and more. Whether your campus is seeking a gradual evolution on large-scale initiatives or looking to jumpstart a dramatically new strategic direction, we work with institutions large and small on the following areas:

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"The very first EAB meeting I came to I remember feeling like a kid in a candy store because it was fantastic to…learn with other people from other universities about best practices."

Deborah Bickford, Associate Provost, University of Dayton

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As institutions prepare for potential reopenings, senior leaders must consider what protective measures to introduce to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission. Discover four critical areas leaders must focus on and see early case studies from within and outside the higher education industry.

Many underrepresented minority students are inadequately prepared for higher education by high school graduation. This preparedness gap, which is greatly influenced by social inequities and other barriers, creates a pipeline problem for selective colleges and universities to increase underrepresented minority (URM) student enrollment. Due to this pipeline problem there is a shortage of qualified URM candidates for selective institutions.

EAB framed its recent listening tour of university Vice Chancellors across the United Kingdom and Ireland around the answers to the following questions: how has a global pandemic irreversibly altered higher education, and where should the sector go from here. The key takeaways are summarised in this interactive infographic in terms of responsibilities to staff and students, the larger community, and the institution.



To create experiential major maps that help students identify experiential learning activities specific to their majors, implementation leaders need to collect information about applied learning opportunities and high-impact practices from academic units and other campus offices. In this webconference, learn from university experts how they worked together with colleagues to choose the best activities to include in each map.

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