The University Innovation Alliance offers another collection of wisdom for higher education leaders about to start the new academic year. Topics include COVID readiness, communication, learning about leadership on the job, and putting students first.
Michael Sorrell, President of Paul Quinn College, discusses adapting to the long haul of the pandemic, best practices for focusing on and pursuing what truly matters to an institution and the ed sector at large, and identifying the path forward that will benefit the most people.
Kristina Johnson, President of The Ohio State University, discusses starting a new leadership job during the pandemic, how to improve public safety on and off campus, and the connection between diversity and opportunity.
Dr. Gabrielle Starr, President of Pomona College, talks about setting practical expectations, collaboration between institutions, the realities of leadership, and the power of art and human connection during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Bridget Burns, Executive Director of the University Innovation Alliance, reviews the first six months of the Innovating Together Podcast to summarize how the COVID-19 pandemic has driven positive changes for students, administrators, institutions, and communities.
Dr. Bridget Burns, Executive Director of the University Innovation Alliance, reviews the first six months of the Innovating Together Podcast to summarize the books, videos, self-care practices, and big-picture perspectives that have kept higher ed leaders inspired during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Frank Dooley, Chancellor of Purdue University Global, discusses the differences – in both administrative practices and student expectations – between traditional brick-and-mortar universities and universities designed specifically for remote learning.
Dr. Kim Wilcox, Chancellor of the University of California, Riverside, discusses the caution and optimism required for beginning a new academic year during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Daria J. Willis, Everett Community College President, discusses the vital links between student and regional concerns as the COVID-19 pandemic disrupts the labor market in disadvantaged communities.
Dr. Harold L. Martin, Sr., North Carolina A&T University Chancellor, discusses tactical leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic and the George Floyd protests through the lens of an H.B.C.U. whose student activism goes back to the early days of the Civil Rights Movement.