Tuesday, June 13 - 11:00 a.m., ET
Even before the pandemic hit, higher education was in the midst of significant changes to its demographics, finances, and competitive context. Covid-19 has accelerated some of those trends and altered others. Staying informed about this shifting environment is critical to understanding your institution’s strategy, and to making strategic decisions for your department.
Join us for this 75-minute session to discuss key trends in higher education and its economic and policy context, moderated by a current department chair.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to address and adapt to a shifting enrollment and budgetary landscape.
- Strategies for equitably serving the emerging majority of students who are older, working, have earned credits elsewhere, or are from minority or lower-income backgrounds.
- What the boom in non-degree credentials means for department chairs.
- How a chair can engage with new developments in curriculum design, teaching and learning, and student supports.
- Martin Kurzweil, Director of the Educational Transformation Program at Ithaka S+R
- Manya Whitaker, Executive Vice President, Chief of Staff, and Associate Professor of Education, Colorado College
You'll receive a link to the recording and the provided resources in a separate document.
Register for all six seminars with the Seminar Bundle Package and receive digital copies of The Chronicle's Trends Report and A Toolbox for Administrators.
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