At the UIA, we’re committed to eliminating gaps in college attainment by race and income. While equity in higher education is the focus of our work, the COVID-19 crisis has broken longstanding systemic inequities wide open for all to see. Coverage in the New York Times and the Atlantic highlights how the pandemic disproportionately affects the most vulnerable students on college campuses.
Fresh From the UIA (Remote Learning)
Becky Takeda-Tinker, President of Colorado State University Global, discusses higher ed for working adults, how university leaders must balance positivity and assertiveness, and the increasing role of data in running an institution and in leadership decisions.
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.