Large research universities must figure out how to move forward in a time of upheaval. As they weigh how to promote equity and inclusion, define “hybrid,” and protect public health, many are facing labor shortages, faculty and staff burnout, and — especially on public campuses — political pressure on multiple fronts. What can and should the student experience look like now?
   
  
In the final session of our four-part series Going Forward: The Higher Ed We Need Now, we will examine how universities committed to equity can best serve all students.

Join co-hosts Michael Sorrell, president of Paul Quinn College, and Scott Carlson, senior writer at The Chronicle, as they bring together faculty, administrator, and student perspectives to discuss:
  • What elements of “normal” are still possible and desirable, and how does the student experience need to change?
  • How can institutions measure progress toward equity and inclusion?
  • Where do campus leaders find their inspiration and ideas?
  • What forms of communication allow for broad-based input and sound decision-making?
   
  
Hosts:
Scott Carlson
Scott Carlson
Senior Writer, The Chronicle 

Michael J. Sorrell
Michael J. Sorrell
President, Paul Quinn College

   
  
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Tuesday, December 7 | 2:00 pm ET
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Speakers:

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Ariana Berumen
Student, University of California at Berkeley

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Vani Mittal
Student, University of Alabama at Birmingham



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Sherry Pagoto
Director of the UConn Center for mHealth and Social Media, University of Connecticut

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Malik Singleton
Student, Harris-Stowe State University