Transformative Conversations was started to address the challenges faced by Higher Education due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. Hosted by Dr. Monica Flippin Wynn, over 7,000 faculty, staff, and administrators from over 700 institutions, non-profits, and higher education organizations joined us for the transformative conversations series about higher educations responses to COVID-19, to the social unrest, and changing higher education environment.
This series explores how Higher Education is both impacted by and responding to these challenges. The series focuses on college teaching, learning, student success, and all aspects of higher education. We include frank conversations about equity, social justice, and the current climate in higher education. Through this forum, we will engage with colleagues across the country to dissect issues in higher education in real-time.
With the recent Supreme Court decision, institutions are working to maneuver through a very puzzling ecosystem. As a response, our institutions are leaning more and more into the utilization and disaggregation of data through an equity lens, to unpack their institutional stories, and establish strategies and initiatives that promise student success for all student populations. Join us on October 4th with our guests Douglas Robertson, Brigid Nulty, and LaTonya Robinson, as they discuss their experience, institutional challenges and outcomes.
All opinions and views expressed as part of the forum belong solely to the individual participants and do not represent those of the people, institutions, or organizations that the individual may, or may not be associated with in a professional, educational, or other personal capacities unless explicitly stated. They are not a reflection of the opinions of the institutions at which they work or attend.