With the fall-off of some $75 billion in government pandemic funds for higher education coming in 2022, what’s clear for colleges and universities coming out of the pandemic is that the need to drive swifter execution on current operations while simultaneously developing longer-term strategies has never been more urgent.
As higher education plans for this post-pandemic future, colleges and universities everywhere must pay greater attention to real differentiation in the market instead of staking their future on tweaking the edges of what they’re already doing.
This virtual forum will discuss how colleges and universities can be more innovative by pulling the levers available to them to gain a competitive advantage.
During this webcast, we will examine:
✅ Trends in how federal relief funding to higher education was used and what those decisions mean for the fiscal health of institutions in the decade ahead.
✅ How colleges can successfully execute on more agile planning processes to better respond to economic forces and the shifting expectations of learners.
✅ What an innovation strategy can yield in terms of synthesizing the best ideas and determining which projects get funded.
—Bronté Burleigh-Jones, Chief Financial Officer, Vice President, and Treasurer, American University
—Randy Bass, Vice President for Strategic Education Initiatives, Georgetown University
—Jessica Wood, Senior Director and Education Sector Lead S&P Global Ratings
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