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Webcast:

Responding to Burnout and Attrition in Higher Education

 

Sponsor:

Academic Impressions

Cost: Free

Date: Monday, Dec 12, 2022

Time: 12:00 PM (ET)

Duration: 1 hour

Host: Amit Mrig & Beth Rotach

Description: 

There is an urgent need right now to talk about the experiences of employees in higher education. Faculty, staff and administrators — at all levels — are experiencing meaningful levels of burnout and are leaving the academy at unprecedented rates.

Join us online to explore key insights gleaned from Academic Impressions’ national study on professional development — the only one of its kind in higher education. We will discuss the issues of burnout and attrition, and also look at:

  • How burnout is impacting faculty versus staff.

  • Which demographics have seen the most impact and why.

  • What leaders are saying about their own burnout levels.

  • What matters most for faculty and staff engagement.

  • What can leaders do to mitigate attrition.

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Webcast:

The Flexible Campus For a New Era

 

Sponsor:

Chronicle of Higher Education

Cost: Free

Date: Tuesday, Dec 13, 2022

Time: 2:00 PM (ET)

Duration: 1 hour

Host: Ian Wilhelm

Description: 

Even as the COVID-19 pandemic recedes, the need for investment in hybrid and remote operations continues to be a focal point for colleges and universities as they navigate what a post-pandemic institution looks like. What are the essential areas that need rethinking to bolster enrollment, student success, and faculty retention?

Register today for “The Flexible Campus for a New Era.” In this Virtual Forum, we will be exploring what hybrid and virtual environments may look like in the future, and see what current challenges these innovations can alleviate for both students and institutional operations. Don’t miss out on the crucial insights that can help reimagine how your institution works and thrives.

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Webcast:

Meeting the Needs of Today's Students

 

Sponsor:

Inside Higher Ed & D2L

Cost: Free

Date: Wed, Dec 14, 2022

Time: 2:00 PM (ET)

Duration: 1 hour

Hosts: Doug Lederman & Scott Jaschik

Description: 

The days when the typical student in American higher education was an 18 year-old right out of high school is long in the past: today, the average person enrolled in any college or university program (undergraduate or graduate) is 26 years old, and even a full third of undergraduate students are 25 or older.

Yet much of higher education policy and practice continues to treat today's students as if they look and act like their predecessors. While their overall goals may be the same -- earning a credential that helps them advance in a career of their choice, and developing skills or knowledge that will enhance their lives -- when, how and where they want to learn is as varied as their backgrounds.

Tune into a free webcast hosted by Inside Higher Ed Editors Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman, as they take a closer look at the news articles and opinion pieces from the newly-released compilation, “Meeting the Needs of Today’s Learners,” which explores the many types of learners seeking a post-high school education today and how institutions are striving to meet their needs. The strategies discussed in the webcast will be even more important for institutions to consider in the years ahead, as demographic changes will further reduce the number of traditional-age students in the U.S.

Can't attend the webcast? You should still register -- all registrants will receive a recording of the webcast and a copy of the presentation slides.