How is higher education thinking about business continuity in faculty affairs during COVID-19?
East Stroudsburg University, Vanderbilt University, Tulane University, American College of Education, and University College London discuss how their departments are navigating faculty processes, shifting priorities, and approaching digital transformation.
Our panelists include:
- William J. Bajor, Ph.D., Director, Graduate and Extended Studies, East Stroudsburg University
- Danielle Certa, Assistant Director of Faculty Appointments, Faculty Affairs: Office of the Vice Provost, Vanderbilt University
- Alysia K. Loshbaugh, Assistant Vice President for Business Relationship Management, Tulane University
- Natalie Pelham, Ed.D., Senior Director of Training & Development, American College of Education
- Nina Seppala, Deputy Director of Academic Affairs, University College London
What You’ll Learn
Hear from higher education peers about business continuity and how faculty’s mission-critical work continues during COVID. Panelists discuss what was most challenging when going fully remote and the role of technology in this transition. We hear crowd-sourced best practices and close with a Q&A session.
This webinar took place in May 2020.
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