Dr. Fayneese Miller, president of Hamline University in St. Paul, Minnesota, joins EAB’s Sally Amoruso to discuss how emergency planning and her experience growing up as an African American woman in a segregated community informed her response to recent protests in her city.
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To learn more about how higher education leaders are similarly seizing new strategic opportunities to thrive in a post-pandemic world, I sat down with EAB’s Senior Vice President of Research, Melanie Ho.
There are elements of your communication strategy that are more important than ever to double down on, and others that must be reconsidered or added. There are simple ways even well-meaning institutions can go wrong, and the stakes of getting it wrong are high. EAB is here to support you through this process.
AASCU President Dr. Mildred García talks to EAB’s David Attis about how to address equity gaps made worse by the pandemic, and about her own experiences as a first-generation college student.
University administrators nationwide are currently knee deep in scenario planning for bringing students back to campus. There are a lot of unknowns – including when federal and state restrictions will be lifted and the modality of instruction that will be in place across the year. While many schools have announced plans to hold classes face-to-face in the fall if at all feasible, it may not be.