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  • Making Sure Students Are Prepared for College

    UPCOMING: May 2, 2024 | 2 p.m. ET. Colleges are creating summer programs to help students beyond their coursework. Join us to discuss what colleges can do to support student success, at college and beyond. With Support From Acuity Insights. Register here.
  • AI and Personalized Learning

    UPCOMING: May 8, 2024 | 2 p.m. ET. AI can foster learning by helping students move at their own pace and in their own way. Join us to discuss how to support faculty experiments that avoid AI pitfalls. With Support From VitalSource. Register here.
  • How UMass Transformed Their Data Culture

    Like many institutions, the University of Massachusetts Amherst possesses a wealth of data across budgets, enrollment, student retention, admissions, and more. For a long time, this information was scattered across various systems and file formats. The margin for errors in critical decision-making was high, and understanding their analytics was messy. This new case study explores how UMass Amherst implemented interactive analytics solutions to consolidate data, leading to improved decision-making and more.
  • Building the Rural Work Force

    UPCOMING: May 1, 2024 | 2 p.m. ET. Learn how rural colleges can team up with small-town employers to provide technical training in manufacturing, health care, engineering, and agriculture. With Support From Ascendium. Register here.
  • Building the Rural Work Force

    UPCOMING: May 1, 2024 | 2 p.m. ET. The most desirable small-town employers often require technical training in manufacturing, health care, engineering, or agriculture. Learn how rural colleges can team up with them to develop an ideal work force. With Support From Ascendium. Register here.
  • The Chronicle’s Administrative Leadership Institute

    Higher education is going through seismic change, and leaders are faced with new internal and external challenges every day. This virtual workshop series will provide administrative leaders with the skills to effectively enhance institutional success and navigate shared governance by learning how to make tough decisions, lead with resiliency, and build high-performing teams.
  • The Borderlander: One Woman’s Journey Across 2 Countries in Pursuit of Education and a Brighter Future

    The first-generation college graduate Viviana Mitre travels back and forth from Mexico to Texas every weekday to build a life and a career.
  • Preventing Faculty Burnout

    UPCOMING: April 24, 2024 | 2 p.m. ET. A recent Chronicle survey found differing views of burnout between faculty members and administrators. Join us to learn how colleges can help prevent it. With Support From NCFDD. Register here.
  • Making School Work for Working Adults

    Rural students face many obstacles to obtaining a college degree. But some colleges have found a way to meet them where they are.
  • Global Leadership Perspective

    ON DEMAND: Research shows many learning models are outdated, but Southern Cross University’s model has succeeded. Join us for more from SCU’s vice chancellors. With Support From Southern Cross University. Register here.
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