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The Future of Arts & Sciences

About this Series

Significant declines in the arts and sciences in the wake of the recession have left many programs and departments on the chopping block. Though past efforts have focused on articulating the value of these disciplines, institutions must shift focus to understanding the drivers behind these declines if they are to identify opportunities for recovery and growth. Join us in this 5-part webconference series to learn about the key drivers of shifting demand in the arts and sciences and how to engage faculty in program revitalization.

This is a series—you may register for multiple webconferences

May 30 2018

Understanding The Institutional Economics of Enrollment Trends

Wednesday, May 30, 2018
1:00 PM ET - 1:30 PM ET

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In this webconference, we discuss the impact of demographic and enrollment changes on the financial models underpinning colleges of arts and sciences and the subsidies many of their departments provide to other units on campus .

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Jun 27 2018

Avoiding the Most Common Mistakes in New Program Planning

Wednesday, June 27, 2018
1:00 PM ET - 2:00 PM ET

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In this webconference, we discuss four of the most damaging mistakes institutions make when planning new programs and explain how academic leaders can use EAB's Academic Program Innovation Resources to avoid them.

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Past Events In Series

How Shifts in Course Demand Impact the Liberal Arts

In this webconference, we take a closer look at the impact of majors, minors, general education, and transfer credits and how shifts in course enrollments can significantly affect arts and sciences unit resources.

Revisiting the Career Outcomes Debate

In this webconference, we examine the roles of employment rate, salary, occupational distribution, and in-demand skills in career outcomes and how we can better support humanities students towards fulfilling careers after graduation.

Understanding Enrollment Trends by Major

In this webconference we discuss the challenges facing colleges of arts and sciences and the forces behind recent shifts in arts and sciences major enrollments.