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Strategic Planning for an Unprecedented Fall Semester
Is your college planning to reopen in the fall? If so, what will “open” look like? Amid the growing uncertainty of the coronavirus crisis, this virtual forum will identify the crucial considerations and key indicators to guide campus leaders’ decision-making.

Join us on Tuesday, May 19, for this interactive forum hosted by Chronicle senior writer Lee Gardner with an expert panel of higher-education leaders.

Janine A. Davidson, president of Metropolitan State University of Denver
Kent Devereaux, president of Goucher College
Brian Mitchell, founding partner at Academic Innovators and former president of Bucknell University

The discussion will focus on planning and decision-making models, inflection points, and the costs and benefits of keeping operations online. Register and watch live for the opportunity to pose your questions.

This is part one of a two-part series on institutional resilience designed to help leaders think through their approach in an unprecedented time.


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The forum will be recorded. You will receive an email a few days after the live event with links to resources and access to the on-demand video and transcript. If you are unable to attend the live event, you will still have access to the video.

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