The terms agreed upon. The new program announced. Construction has begun. The budget approved. And then … everything changes. When college or university funding gets cut or seems to evaporate, our first action is reaction. Austerity. Cut costs. Stop new initiatives. Do more with less. But for higher education, changes in funding can be opportunities … if you’re doing integrated planning. If you’re looking to the future, thinking strategically, crossing boundaries, a change in funding doesn’t mean you stop doing. It means you start doing something else.
Washington State Convention Center
Presented by Santa J. Ono, President and Vice-Chancellor, The University of British Columbia
Presented by Greg Brazell, Director of the Center for Engagement and Learning, Pierce College at Puyallup | Thomas Broxson, District Dean, Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Pierce College at Puyallup | Laurie Tripp Heacock, Vice President of Data, Technology and Analytics, Achieving The Dream, Inc.
Presented by Richard Castallo, Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, California State University-Northridge