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Upcoming and On-Demand Virtual Events

Browse our recent and coming topics, and join a discussion with national experts and leading practitioners on how to chart a course forward.

UPCOMING

  • AI Tools for Student Engagement

    UPCOMING: January 31, 2023 | 2 p.m. ET. How can colleges ensure that their technology remains student-centered and efficient as they use AI-enabled systems to support student success? Join a panel of experts to discuss how best to use AI on campus. With Support From UIA. Register here.
  • A Holistic Approach to Campus Mental Health

    UPCOMING: February 7, 2023 | 2 p.m. ET. Creating a culture of mental-health awareness and support on your campus can go a long way to reverse troubling trends of anxiety, depression, and suicide. Join us to learn how you can make a difference. With Support From TimelyMD. Register here.
  • Belonging, Trust, and the Student Journey

    UPCOMING: February 14, 2023 | 2 p.m. ET. Despite what many college leaders believe, not all students are digital natives. In this forum, we examine that pervasive myth and offer ideas to help all students develop competency and comfort with technology. With Support From Mongoose. Register here.
  • Global Leadership Perspective

    UPCOMING: February 14, 2023 | 1 p.m. ET. Join us for a 30-minute talk between Dawn Freshwater, vice chancellor of the University of Auckland, and Liz McMillen, executive editor at The Chronicle, on how Auckland is turning its sustainability plan into action. With Support From Auckland. Register here.
  • Chronicle Festival: The Ideas Shaping Higher Ed

    ON DEMAND: Higher ed faces an unprecedented decline in trust. What can colleges do to revitalize their missions, better promote their value, and reconnect with the public? Chronicle journalists interview leading thinkers. With Support From Workday, Adobe, and Pushkin. Watch on demand.

Virtual Events on LEADERSHIP

  • How to Design Learning for Student Success

    ON DEMAND: College leaders share thoughts on the growing trend of involving students in the design of curricula and pedagogy in this virtual forum. With Support From Pearson. Watch on demand.
  • Integrating Equity: A Conversation With Lynn Dobbs

    ON DEMAND: Join our 30-minute talk with London Metropolitan University’s vice chancellor and chief executive, to discuss its commitment to race equity, including major investments under a five-year plan. With Support From London Met. Watch on demand.
  • Making Change in Higher Ed

    WATCH ON DEMAND: A Chronicle journalist will lead a panel of experts in a virtual discussion of change management at colleges and universities after the pandemic. Panelists will use real-world examples to show how institutions can benefit from change to meet goals. With Support From Watermark. Watch on demand.

Virtual Events on Teaching and Learning

  • Keep On Teaching: Session 1

    The challenge of engaging students has hit faculty members hard in the last few years. Learn how to make the most of valuable class time and foster engagement this semester during this conversation with teaching experts and your colleagues around the country.
  • A Flexible Campus for a New Era

    ON DEMAND: Remote and hybrid education are effective ways to improve faculty flexibility and student satisfaction. What are the first steps you need to take to create the best offerings on your campus? Register today for “A Flexible Campus for a New Era” to find out. With Support From Ring Central. Watch on demand.
  • Higher Ed’s Digital Future: Research Universities

    ON DEMAND: Hybrid and virtual courses improved accessibility for students, especially nontraditional ones, during the pandemic. In the final installment of this three-part series, a panel of experts will discuss the future of tech in higher ed. With Support From Verizon. Watch on demand.

Virtual Events on Finance and Operations

  • Innovative Financial Aid for Today’s Students

    ON DEMAND: Almost half of college students will drop out over the cost of their education. What financial-aid strategies can colleges use to keep them on track to graduate? Join us to discuss this issue with policy experts and higher-ed leaders. With Support From UIA. Watch on demand.
  • The Student-Data Challenge: Sharing and Security

    ON DEMAND: Colleges are finding more ways to track data to improve the student experience, but that raises concerns about data security and privacy. Join this forum to discuss how to balance those concerns against using data efficiently. With Support From AWS. Watch on demand.
  • Helping Students Pay for College

    ON DEMAND: The cost of college prevents many from achieving the goal of a college degree. What can institutions do to help students get access to financial aid? A panel of experts will examine how changes to the FAFSA and other developments may affect applicants. With Support From Oracle. Watch on demand.

Virtual Events on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

MORE EVENTS

  • What’s the Right Use of International Recruitment Agents?

    ON DEMAND: Colleges and universities are still feeling the effects of the pandemic on global travel as international enrollment continues to waver. Join experts to discuss best practices for using agents to scout for students overseas. With Support From ICEF. Watch on demand.
  • Managing Higher Ed’s Modern Work Force

    ON DEMAND: In a national survey by The Chronicle, 57 percent of administrators said their colleges lacked policies and systems to govern a contemporary workplace. Join us to discuss what provosts, deans, and department chairs can do to improve employee morale and related issues. With Support From ModernThink. Watch on demand
  • Shifting International-Student Trends

    ON DEMAND: The Institute of International Education’s annual Open Doors report offers the most comprehensive look into international-student trends. Join us as we host an expert panel and dive into the latest enrollment figures. With Support From ETS TOEFL. Watch on demand.
  • Creating Campus Spaces to Support Student Success

    ON DEMAND: In this virtual forum, experts in architecture, campus planning, and student life share insights to help colleges rethink their campus design to better meet students where they are, support learning, and foster a sense of belonging. With Support From JLL. Watch on demand.
  • How to Reach the Disengaged Student in the Classroom

    ON DEMAND: Faculty members report unprecedented levels of student disengagement, with newer students seeming to struggle the most. What strategies can be used to get students back on track? Join us to hear from a panel of experts on how to overcome this crisis. With Support From ETS. Watch on demand.
  • The Future of the Immersive Campus

    ON DEMAND: As students advance in their learning, they will look to a world where immersive technologies are prevalent in everyday life on campus. Join academics and other experts as we discuss such technologies in higher ed over the next five years. With Support From Verizon. Watch on demand.
  • Master’s Programs That Meet Students’ Needs

    ON DEMAND: As pressure builds across campus to ensure that academic programs keep pace with the rapidly changing job market, a panel of experts, including the consultant Bob Atkins, university leaders, and students will discuss strategies for making the most of your master’s programs. With Support From Pearson. Watch on demand.
  • Recruitment Amid Enrollment Uncertainty

    ON DEMAND: Freshman enrollment dropped 9.2 percent from 2019 to 2021. Now colleges are trying to improve their outreach. Admissions and recruiting experts will discuss what approaches work best in this coming virtual forum. With Support From EMA. Watch on demand.
  • Reinventing the Student Journey

    ON DEMAND: A student’s college journey is an essential time of life that continues long afterward. What can colleges do to encourage students to make the most of that time and remain involved? Join us for a virtual forum to find out. With Support From Mongoose. Watch on demand.
  • Preparing the Next Generation of Instructors

    ON DEMAND: Great teaching is a skill, not a talent. That means higher-ed administrators must train faculty to create excellent classroom experiences. Join us to explore the latest strategies to invest in the next generation of teachers. With Support From Adobe. Watch on demand.