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.
Dr. Bridget Burns, Executive Director of the University Innovation Alliance, offers a list of inspiring beach reads drawn from suggestions by higher ed leaders interviewed during the past year's Innovating Together Podcast series.
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.
Dr. Bridget Burns, Executive Director of the University Innovation Alliance, describes how UIA's member schools met and surpassed their goal to graduate 68,000 first-generation students, students of color, and students from low-income backgrounds... four years ahead of schedule.
University Innovation Alliance expands for the first time in six years as founding members exceed graduation targets by over 73,000 students
PORTLAND, OREGON — (June 7, 2021) — The University Innovation Alliance, a pioneering consortium of public research universities working to improve student success, announced
Dr. Bridget Burns, Executive Director of the University Innovation Alliance, culls the first six months of the Innovating Together Podcast for a set of powerful quotes characterizing higher ed leaders' challenges and aspirations during the COVID-19 pandemic and social justice protests.
Dr. Walter M. Kimbrough, President of Dillard University, talks about student health during the COVID-19 pandemic, social media as a leadership tool, boosting Black enrollment, and advice for new higher ed leaders.
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. Gaye Theresa Johnson, associate professor at University of California, Los Angeles, talks about community-engaged scholarship, the sensitive interface between institutions and non-academic communities outside the gate, and why proactive leadership is critical in how they engage.