Women’s colleges and liberal-arts colleges faced declining enrollment and financial difficulties before the pandemic began. Now, as the pandemic continues to challenge higher ed, how can these struggling institutions chart a successful course forward?


Leocadia I. Zak, president of Agnes Scott College joins The Chronicle for the next installment of the Leadership Interview Series to share her thoughts and experiences, including:


  • Crafting an innovative curriculum focused on global leadership
  • Making a liberal-arts education appealing to career-focused students and families
  • Leading a campus through unprecedented times
  • Her nontraditional path to the college presidency

September 28 | 2 p.m., ET
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Thursday, March 11 |  2:00 p.m., ET
Liv Gjestvang
Associate Vice President, Learning Technology, Ohio State University

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Bryan Alexander
Futurist and Author of Academia Next: The Futures of Higher Education

Bonnie H. Ferri
Vice Provost for Graduate Education and Faculty Development, Co-chair of the Commission on Creating the Next in Education, Georgia Institute of Technology

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Ian Wilhelm
Assistant Managing Editor, The Chronicle

Bob Atkins
CEO, Gray Associates

Ian Wilhelm
Assistant Managing Editor,
The Chronicle