The University Innovation Alliance revisits some of its favorite conversations with higher ed leaders on the Innovating Together Podcast during the 2021-22 academic year, including Alexander Cartwright, Michael Rao, M. Brian Blake, Kristina Johnson, Kim Wilcox, and Freeman Hrabowski.
Paul LeBlanc, President of Southern New Hampshire University, discusses introducing online education through disruptive innovation, the fate of schools that don't evolve, the necessary discomfort of honesty in leadership, and personal stories as a tool for human connection.
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.
The University Innovation Alliance helps higher education leaders prepare for the new academic year with a bit of leadership wisdom from leaders whom we've had the honor of hosting on our podcast since the start of the pandemic.
Chantal Levesque-Bristol, Executive Director of the Center for Instructional Excellence at Purdue University, discusses student-centered learning: what it is, what it isn't, and how it can be used in equitable learning outcomes for marginalized or minoritized student populations.
Samuel Stanley, President of Michigan State University, discusses balancing safety and administrative concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic, restoring institutional trust, and the mindset of servant leadership.
Freeman Hrabowski, President of University of Maryland, Baltimore County, discusses U.M.B.C. recently joining the University Innovation Alliance, best practices of collaboration among universities, addressing disparities in higher education, and the power of humility.
Harold L. Martin, Chancellor of North Carolina A&T State University, discusses the benefits of the University Innovation Alliance, how his institution might best use increased federal funds, and the power of organizational stability in times of change.
Mark Becker, President of Georgia State University, discusses the best mindset for leadership, how elevating the entire institution is a measure of personal success, and the ongoing need for education at any stage in one's career.
Michael Crow, President of Arizona State University, discusses the critical need for a more flexible, scalable higher education model if U.S. institutions and society hope to remain globally competitive as we move out of the COVID-19 pandemic.