2021 brings a mix of hope, promise, and complex challenges as colleges and universities navigate the spring semester and plan for reopening.
“That even as we grieved, we grew. That even as we hurt, we hoped. That even as we tired, we tried.”
The Hill We Climb – Amanda Gorman
Following the same format as last year, we will host 4 programs: April 16, April 30, May 14, and June 4.
The series will advance members’ ongoing conversations about the critical issues facing higher education—the financial crisis, racial justice, student success, and new ways of teaching and learning, to name a few. While it is difficult to plan for the future when the present is volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous, integrated planning remains the solution. How might the events of 2020 shift our approach to integrated planning to be more nimble, flexible, inclusive, and student-centered?
The series will be comprised of four sessions of engaging conversations to address integrated planning as a practice in multiple scales with specific outcomes.
Registration will be open by Feb 26.
Thank you to our Sponsors!
Support your region and gain valuable visibility while you engage in the conversations that will help institutions face today’s challenges and those to come.