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  • The Strategy Symposium: A Blueprint for Higher Education Trustees

    Now more than ever, trustees need clarity on how to support the strategic direction of their institutions. While board members bring a wealth of experience and expertise in their fields, it is often challenging for them to contribute meaningfully without a background in higher-education planning and processes. To help navigate the current tumultuous landscape, The Chronicle of Higher Education and the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges (AGB) are partnering to offer the first of its kind forum for board members to advance their strategic thinking.
  • One Woman’s Journey From Incarceration to Entrepreneurship

    Amber Crowder, a college graduate incarcerated for federal mail fraud, felt overwhelmed after her release. A career-development program helped her re-enter society.
  • Modern Strategy for Presidents and Trustees

    UPCOMING: December 14, 2023 | 2 p.m. ET: To help navigate a turbulent higher-ed landscape, The Chronicle and AGB offer this webinar for board members to advance their strategic-thinking capabilities and ensure their institutions’ long-term success. Register here.
  • Data Science Unbound

    UPCOMING: December 7, 2023 | 2 p.m. ET: Student demand for data science in the liberal arts continues to rise. A panel of experts will explore the trend and the challenges it presents, including issues of faculty shortages and course sharing. With Support From Microsoft. Register here.
  • Supporting Student Success: Staff and Roles

    UPCOMING: December 5, 2023 | 2 p.m. ET: Colleges prioritize student success through advising programs and performance-tracking systems, but staff burnout and turnover present a challenge. Join us to discuss it. With Support From Mongoose. Register here.
  • Rethinking College Behind Bars

    With the reversal of a law that prevented those in prison from receiving Pell Grants, about one-third of those currently incarcerated may be eligible for financial aid. Learn how organizations are collaborating to provide quality education and help those still in prison gain access to opportunities.
  • Weekly Briefing

    Weekly Briefing: What happens to antiracism centers?

    We spoke with scholars leading these centers about what their work actually entails.
  • Starting a Program for Incarcerated Students

    UPCOMING: December 6, 2023 | 2 p.m. ET: With new federal aid available for students in prisons to take courses for credit, many colleges are now interested in starting or expanding programs for those students. Join us for advice on what it takes to do so. With Support From Ascendium. Register here.
  • Afternoon Update

    Afternoon Update: She accuses her former adviser of “sex slavery.” He says she consented.

    UNC-Chapel Hill fears new leader has already been chosen; error in new FAFSA could cut aid; 72% of jobs will need postsecondary credentials; and more.
  • Daily Briefing

    Daily Briefing: College-completion rates have stalled. Why?

    A roundup of campus reactions to the Israel-Hamas war, a would-be president draws a line on board interference, and more.
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