EAB’s Mark Shreve joins Dr. Ann McElaney-Johnson, president of Mount Saint Mary’s University in Los Angeles, to talk about the value of small colleges and how a recent crisis helped prepare her team to handle the impacts of the pandemic.
Carla Hickman and David Attis discuss why schools are communicating their intent to welcome students back to campus this fall and the scenario planning work they’re doing to prepare for any eventuality.
District and school leaders have been devoting their attention to student mental health in recent years due to increasing trends of depression and anxiety among teens. These leaders are understandably more concerned now than ever as the pandemic is contributing to higher levels of stress among students.
The Higher Education Strategy Forum hosted five virtual working sessions for presidential chiefs of staff and other strategic deputies representing 45 institutions across the United States and Canada. These working sessions gave us unique insight into what’s on the minds of presidents, cabinets, and boards as the COVID-19 crisis has unfolded.
EAB’s Kaitlyn Maloney and Michael Fischer discuss how colleges and universities have handled crisis communications during the pandemic.
Across the month of April, EAB convened virtual working group sessions for community college leaders to identify concerns, and emerging strategies to respond to the challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The new reality of the ongoing coronavirus crisis is that leaders at all levels of your organization need to be engaged in communicating with your community. This article guides best practices as well as providing examples of what effective communication looks like.
Students can’t successfully navigate pivotal moments if they don’t know how to recognize them. Here’s how one community college restructured orientation to improve communication surrounding pivotal moments—ultimately reducing summer melt.
The COVID-19 outbreak has wreaked havoc on higher education institutions, including their financial plans. Find out how these schools are fighting back.
Learn three strategies to help colleges and universities support student retention and prevent summer melt caused by COVID-19.