Education & Research: Strategy and Innovation

In today’s rapidly evolving environment, organizations must refresh traditional approaches to strategic planning and develop innovation capabilities to thrive in the future.

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  • The campus mental health crisis

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    Discover higher education’s response to the increase in mental health-related conditions.

  • Game changer: Transformation in student-athlete care can drive health and wellness innovation

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    The NCAA is calling for improved student-athlete wellness. Huron can help higher ed leaders prepare for the transformation of campus health and well-being.

  • The Skills Revolution: A Call for Co-Creation and Collaboration Between Employers and Higher Education

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    To meet the demand for a reskilled and upskilled workforce, business and higher education leaders are teaming up to co-create new pathways for learners.

  • Creating a health-inspired campus

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    Read why the health-inspired campus is a hopeful, systems-level model for the future of college and university campus health and well-being.

  • Redrawing Boundary Lines: Becoming a Place-Based University

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    Not bound to a single physical site, place-based institutions deliver academic offerings in person and online irrespective of location.

  • Public Policy Outlook: Demonstrating Value to a Skeptical Public

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    Establishing the value of a higher education is complicated by questions about student debt, Title IX, and more.

  • Strategic Higher Education M&A: Assessing Institutional Readiness

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    Before any type of M&A, higher education leaders should do their due diligence to determine when, whether and how best to proceed.

  • AGB Trusteeship Podcast: Board Leadership in Uncertain Times

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    ABG Trusteeship Podcast Episode 27: Board Leadership in Uncertain Times featuring Steve Golding with Huron experts Jim Roth and Jaime Ontiveros

  • Building a More Sustainable Financial Model for Colleges and Universities

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    Tim Walsh, Jaime Ontiveros, and Robert Spencer discuss major financial issues in higher education and the role of trustees in helping college and university leaders address them.

  • Funding campus health and well-being: A balancing act

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    Learn about the four primary funding sources of campus health and well-being and how they each influence the delivery of campus healthcare in different ways.

  • Building Higher Education’s Future Business Model

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    Higher education institutions will need to adapt their business models to engage a changing student population and overcome unsustainable cost structures.

  • Academic Portfolio: Achieve Financial Success With a Data-Driven Approach to Academic Portfolio Management

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    Through Huron’s extensive higher education experience, we understand the opportunities, lessons learned and challenges associated with managing an academic portfolio.

  • Ursinus College Hits Enrollment Goals With A Start-To-Finish Adviser

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    To improve its enrollment strategy, Ursinus College needed a partner to implement a full suite of strategic solutions.

  • Shades of Gray: The Evolution of Data Privacy Standards in Higher Education

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    Forward-thinking institutions are embracing a new frontier in higher education by building the robust infrastructure required to support ethical data usage.

  • Trust, Value, Safety: Higher Education Beyond the Pandemic

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    As COVID-19 vaccines unfold, it is paramount that leaders mount scalable, long-term strategies to make education valuable and safe through the pandemic.

  • Connecting the Dots for Student Success

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    Learn how to achieve student success and financial sustainability by using strategic planning and integration across your higher education campus.

  • Creating Opportunities for Working Adults

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    Higher education leaders are seeking entry into adjacent markets — like employer-supported strategic education programs — that promise long-term growth.

  • The role of enterprise risk management programs in higher education risk governance

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    Colleges and universities can address heightened risks on campus such as student mental health concerns with a comprehensive enterprise risk management program.

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