Many higher education institutions are embracing more permanent flexible work spaces for administrative and professional services employees. Campus leaders must therefore begin rethinking their office space strategy.
EAB has launched a research initiative to support higher education leaders in their efforts toward institutional reckoning and racial healing. Our early conversations have revealed important lessons for institutions considering this work. Here are three that campus leaders should keep in mind along the way.
In Spring 2020, we brought together the inaugural cohort of the Financial Sustainability Collaborative (FSC). Thirty institutions gathered monthly and followed a four-month, EAB-created curriculum to confidentially discuss the myriad challenges associated with budgetary and financial perspectives within the academic enterprise.
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This blog proposes steps that can be taken to promote wellness across campus for faculty, students, and staff through communication and increased peer support.
Use state-level data to achieve more successful launches by encouraging a data-driven approach.
Much has already been said about the business case for diversity, but simply setting goals or metrics for minority hiring is transactional and impersonal. To truly attract a diverse set of applicants, your institution must sell itself as an exemplary place to work both professionally and personally.
Disabilities are often overlooked in college and university DEI statements and initiatives. Follow these eight imperatives to ensure your higher ed institution is supporting staff with disabilities, from recruitment to advancement.
Caught up in the controversy of the moment, leaders can overlook a valuable opportunity to use campus racial flashpoints as a starting point to investigate their institution’s racial legacy and use this knowledge to improve the current campus climate.
Participants in the 2021 cohort of EAB's Rising Higher Education Leadership Fellowship tackled institutional challenges ranging from student success, to budget models, to change management, and more.