Burnout is a challenge everyone in higher ed is familiar with. But do we know what really causes it?
We just returned from Tempe, AZ, where we held our first in-person convening in three years, and I am elated to share that it was the bes
Five years ago, the UIA secured funding to scale completion grants across our network.
Six years ago, our campuses decided to come together to figure out how to redesign the handoff between college and career.
We were thrilled recently to co-host a lively webinar with the Chronicle of Higher Education on the importance of academic advising.
In 2015, the UIA won a U.S.
An important aspect of my job is recognizing shared problems and bringing people together to solve them.
One of the most significant threats to student success right now is our collective inability to hire and retain
It’s Black History Month, and we’re focusing this newsletter on the exciting and challenging work occurring acro
The ritual of New Years can be a helpful reminder to reflect and identify new practices that can improve your daily life.
As 2021 draws to a close, I’m reflecting on all the people who made this a great year amid the challenges we fac
In many ways, the past two years revealed the best of higher education.
People frequently ask me what the “secret sauce” for the UIA’s success is.