The pandemic has had a profound effect on minority-serving institutions and the students they serve, many of whom were already balancing work and family responsibilities. Institutional budgets have been strained, students are facing increased family hardships, and drop-out rates are climbing. How are MSI’s innovating to better serve students of color and support their success?

Liz McMillen, an editor at The Chronicle, meets with a panel of experts to discuss how MSIs are preparing for the future while providing essential support to their students now. Join us as college leaders from minority-serving institutions from around the country gather virtually to share their thoughts, experiences, and lessons learned.

Alex Kafka
Alexander Kafka
Senior Editor, The Chronicle 

Alex Kafka
Alexander Kafka
Senior Editor, The Chronicle 

Karrie Dixon
Chancellor, Elizabeth City State University

Walter Kimbrough
President, Dillard University

Charles Roessel
President, Diné College

Deborah A. Santiago
Co-Founder and CEO, Excelencia in Education

Liz McMillen
Executive Editor, Chronicle Intelligence, The Chronicle of Higher Education

October 19 | 2 pm ET
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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