As an academic administrator, you must juggle institutional priorities, shrinking revenues, and increasing demands to improve student outcomes inside and outside the classroom. The Academic Affairs Forum provides academic administrators with the strategies and data they need to make more informed decisions in order to create a sustainable business model and prove their “return on education.”
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Colin Koproske is a practice manager with EAB. Since joining the firm, he has led research initiatives on a variety of topics within academic affairs, including online education, academic libraries, student success, and emerging business models in higher education. More
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David Attis is the managing director of strategic research with EAB. His studies have explored data-informed decision making in higher education, academic program performance metrics, university budget models, large-scale multidisciplinary research, internationalization strategies, space utilization on campus, and the future of doctoral education. More
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