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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Our inaugural cohort of 30+ districts is starting the new year ready to meet the needs of their teachers. Their feedback on the experience highlights five reasons why your district should join the movement to raise teacher morale today.
The Creating Helpful Incentives to Produce Semiconductors for America Act (CHIPS) and Science Act of 2022 is a $280B legislative package to support the U.S. semiconductor industry with new funding for manufacturing and research and development (R&D). Here's what higher education leaders need to know.
Across hundreds of conversations with our partners about MBA programs, one of the thorniest topics has been standardized test scores – nearly always the GMAT but occasionally the GRE – and their use in admissions. Here, we’ve answered the three questions business school leaders most commonly struggle to answer when it comes to standardized tests’ role in MBA admissions.
EAB spoke with more than 20 community college presidents about their initiatives to increase Black and Latino male student retention.
Without a fully staffed shop, chief advancement officers risk not meeting yearly fundraising goals at a time of ever-increasing expectations. To understand the current talent crisis, EAB conducted a survey of over 120 higher ed advancement talent leaders about their hiring and retention experiences.
Social media is one of the most important spaces where consumers expect to engage with brands, but it can be difficult to align content with current online trends. To increase your college's brand awareness for today’s prospective adult students, PCO units should consider adopting these three social media tactics.