Presidential Resource Hub

Upcoming Events


In-person event in Washington, DC
EAB’s annual IGNITED summit will bring together presidents, provosts, chief business officers, and heads of strategy in working sessions with peers from other institutions. EAB will help you separate news from mere trends as we explore our newest research on strategies to overcome the “triple disruption” upon us.


  • November 1-2, 2023 | Best suited for R1 institutions
  • December 5-6, 2023

2024 EAB Presidential Roundtable

In-person event in Washington, DC
Join EAB's annual presidential roundtable for in-depth discussions about strategies to overcome the “triple disruption” upon us: declining public confidence in the value and values of higher ed, rapid advances in AI and automation poised to disrupt work and learning, and dwindling student and worker populations that have begun to strain our social systems. 


  • February 6-7, 2024
  • February 27-28, 2024 | Designated for Research Universities

Past Events

EAB IgnitED: On-Demand Materials

Access the on-demand materials from our EAB IgnitED sessions, which bring together provosts, chief business officers, and chiefs of strategy for closed-door discussions and cross-cabinet working groups.

EAB Virtual Strategy Forum for Presidents: On-Demand Materials

Access the materials from our Virtual Strategy Forum sessions, where presidents learned about dynamic strategic planning and discussed emerging approaches with their peers.

EAB Virtual Strategy Forum for Chiefs of Staff: On-Demand Materials

Get the resources from our Virtual Strategy Forums, where attendees learned about emerging approaches to dynamic strategy from EAB experts and peers.

The risks cyberattacks pose to higher ed institutions

The swift increase of higher ed cyberattacks demonstrate the urgency for boards, cabinets, and IT leaders to collaborate to improve their campus-wide security posture and to shield their institutions from intensifying cybersecurity threats.

Growing Amidst the Great Opt-Out

EAB held a roundtable event to share insights from our latest research on the higher education industry as well as key opportunities for colleges and universities to redefine and articulate a value proposition that speaks directly to the needs of future campus stakeholders.

How to compete in today’s higher ed enrollment, research, and talent landscapes

While bracing for disruption, it’s easy to overlook how much competition has fundamentally reshaped the higher education landscape. In particular, the emergence of three competitive market forces is already raising the stakes for institutions and altering what it means to “win” in key markets.

Resource Centers


Dynamic Strategy Resource Center

As competitive boundaries shift and student preferences evolve, the traditional model of higher ed strategic planning that results in a static, “sits on the shelf” document every five years is no longer sufficient. EAB’s resource center identifies eight strategic competencies that every leadership team must develop to overcome the pitfalls of periodic, stakeholder-driven planning cycles.


Enrollment Growth Strategy Resource Center

Shape your future enrollment growth strategy with research that uncovers hidden risks and opportunities and sheds light on changing dynamics of competition.


The DEIJ Resource Center

Discover a curated list of resources from EAB experts to guide your diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice initiatives on campus.


Student Belonging Resource Center

Use this resource center to find research and best practices that will help campus leaders understand and improve five key components of student belonging.


Mental Health Resource Center

Create a campus-wide culture of well-being and meet the escalating demand for mental health support using EAB best practice research and tools.


The Essential Guide to Cost Containment Strategies for Higher Education

Explore our best practice approach to cost savings and cost containment by pursuing thoughtful strategies to “bend the cost curve” over time.

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