Inside Higher Ed Webinar on the Survey of College and University Chief Academic Officers

June 8, 2022

Inside Higher Ed Webinar on the Survey of College and University Chief Academic Officers

Inside Higher Ed's 2022 Annual Survey of Provosts & Chief Academic Officers revealed how the many forces driving higher education are impacting colleges and universities. Surprisingly, most provosts answered that the academic health of their institution is good even after another turbulent year.

Watch editors Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman in this Coursedog-sponsored webinar where they cover the following topics:

  • Whether chief academic officers agree or disagree that their institution effectively controls rising prices for students and families.
  • What percentage of provosts believe their institution "very effectively" recruits and retains talented faculty.
  • How do provosts view liberal arts education in general, how central they feel it is or isn't to undergraduate and professional education and the expected future of liberal arts colleges over the next five years.

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June 8, 2022

Inside Higher Ed Webinar on the Survey of College and University Chief Academic Officers

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Inside Higher Ed's 2022 Annual Survey of Provosts & Chief Academic Officers revealed how the many forces driving higher education are impacting colleges and universities. Surprisingly, most provosts answered that the academic health of their institution is good even after another turbulent year.

Watch editors Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman in this Coursedog-sponsored webinar where they cover the following topics:

  • Whether chief academic officers agree or disagree that their institution effectively controls rising prices for students and families.
  • What percentage of provosts believe their institution "very effectively" recruits and retains talented faculty.
  • How do provosts view liberal arts education in general, how central they feel it is or isn't to undergraduate and professional education and the expected future of liberal arts colleges over the next five years.