Was presented Mar 26, 2020, 2:00 PM ET
The first installment of The Chronicle’s four-part virtual forum series. Hosted by Scott Carlson, a senior writer at The Chronicle, and the strategy expert Paul N. Friga, the inaugural session features a discussion about what was learned from the Great Recession of 2008 and how those insights will inform colleges’ decisions today. The panel will focus on three key areas – resources, spending, and the academic delivery model.
This series of virtual events brings together college leaders, chief financial officers, enrollment managers, and other experts to offer guidance and solutions for colleges as they grapple with the biggest crisis ever to face higher education.
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- Slide deck (PDF)
- Article by presenter Paul Friga: The Great Recession Was Bad for Higher Education. Coronavirus Could Be Worse.