About this Series
From faculty hiring to course scheduling to promotion and tenure, academic departments make or influence myriad decisions that affect the strategic priorities of institutions of higher education. This series covers department-level analyses that direct unit leaders toward clear actions aligned with higher-level priorities, and principles for effective and action-oriented departmental evaluation.
Past Events In Series
In this webconference, discover six principles from EAB's research to create an effective evaluation process that helps institutions drive continuous improvement on strategic priorities.
Discover 3 key analyses that focus on the departmental role in helping students succeed in individual courses, navigate the curriculum in a timely fashion, and prepare for careers after graduation.
In this webconference, discover two key analyses that help departments reduce or eliminate bias when they recruit faculty, assign them to activities, and review their portfolios for merit and promotion.
In this webconference, discover 3 key analyses that help departments identify their specific niche in the institution's enrollment strategy, whether it is recruiting first-years or generating service credit hours.
In this webconference, discover 3 key analyses that encourage departments to report all of their activities that contribute to institutional priorities around scholarship and creative activity.
In this webconference, learn why narrowly focused program reviews and overly punitive program prioritization processes fail to capture the true role academic units and their leaders play in institutional mission and success.