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Creative and Effective Approaches to Common Problems Confronting American Higher EducationFind out more »
Demonstrating Value: Economic Trends and the Changing Needs of StudentsFind out more »
Ever wondered about the difference between management accounts and financial statements? Perhaps you’d like to broaden your understanding of the university funding context? Or maybe you’d like to learn how to make sense of your university’s finances and understand the principles of financial planning?
Demystifying Finance is a practical, interactive one day workshop designed to provide a space to ask the finance questions you daren’t ask!
AAC&U 2019 TIDES Institute
Teaching to Increase Diversity and Equity in STEM (TIDES)
Successful culture change begins at the top of an organisation, and while the gender balance within these roles is now starting to be addressed, there is still some way to go. In a diverse and competitive world, it is essential to bring the best talent to our boards regardless of characteristics such as race, gender, disability or social background. Women leaders make a significant contribution to the HE sector and we are committed to addressing and improving gender balance at a leadership level, including breaking down the barriers for women to enter the boardroom.
Step onto the board was piloted in June 2018 as part of the Board Diversification Project at Advance HE, commissioned by HEFCE, HEFCW and the Department for the Economy in Northern Ireland, to support greater diversity within higher education boards. The workshop was designed based on feedback from Advance HE’s Women onto Boards alumni that suggested further support for those considering a board appointment was wanted in order to develop the right profile and skills.
Step onto the Board responds to this feedback by supporting those who identify as women to develop and present their skills through CV development, resilience building and navigating the culture of boardsFind out more »
This webinar is part of a Bringing Theory to Practice (BTtoP) project on the links between student well-being and educational equity. Academic research and campus practice have emphasized the importance of well-being as a condition of student success and a core goal of educating the whole student. In recent years, the importance of student well-being as an equity imperative has become more and more evident, often due to the advocacy and activism of students themselves. What does it mean to place support for student flourishing at the center of the equity agenda? What does it mean to place equity, diversity, and inclusion at the heart of our understanding of student well-being? This webinar will explore both questions, with a focus on students whose experience of marginality often undermines their success and thriving: students of color, first-generation students, low-income students, and adult working students.Find out more »
Webinar – The Confounding Promise of “Community” in Divisive Times and Why It Matters More Than Ever for Student Success
Webinar - The Confounding Promise of “Community” in Divisive Times and Why It Matters More Than Ever for Student Success.Find out more »
The North American Fundraising & Alumni Relations Study Tour is a unique opportunity to visit and learn from the operations of other institutions, meeting with development and alumni leaders to discuss key issues including: international fundraising, discussions about structure, staffing, advancement programmes, developing campaigns, relationships with academics and much more.Find out more »
Campus teams attending the Institute complete preparatory work to maximize their learning when they arrive. Each team completes an action plan over the course of the Institute. Teams use their time together to discover new approaches and to create and rehearse their plans.Find out more »