June 4, 2021
2021 Pacific Regional Conference | April–June 2021
A Capstone to the 2021 Pacific Regional Spring Series
This capstone session will identify key insights from the series, pose new questions, and offer creative, actionable ideas for moving higher education forward.
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March 9, 2021
2021 Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference | March 2021
Come learn how the University of Pittsburgh (Pitt) fostered a sense of community and belonging, created volunteer experiences, and motivated students to comply with health and safety rules during a public health crisis.
Abstract: Early in the pandemic, the University of Pittsburgh (Pitt) took deliberate steps to communicate, engage, and collaborate with its campus and surrounding neighborhood. These actions included health and safety measures and programs, channels for addressing concerns, and efforts to meet basic campus and community needs. This session will focus on how the university encouraged adherence to health and safety guidelines by using a framework emphasizing culture, education, compliance, and support. Come learn how Pitt fostered a sense of community and belonging, created volunteer experiences, and motivated students to comply with health and safety rules during a public health crisis.
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Planning for Higher Education Journal
October 30, 2020
Higher Education Returns to Serve
There is a call for higher education institutions to think of ways that knowledge can be created and shared between people—
credentialed and noncredentialed—more readily so that society can better handle adversities.
Abstract: The education sector is excluded from the 16 official “Critical Infrastructure Sectors” managed by the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency. As the world grapples with a pandemic, this omission lays bare a disconnection between critical infrastructures serving daily life and the ground plane of learning and knowledge creation on which they are built; such a severing between ground plane and structure does not bode well for the entire assembly. For us to flourish as a society, higher education institutions—already grounded in a landscape of learning and knowledge creation—need to be a foundational support to essential infrastructures sustaining daily life in communities small and large.
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