Podcast: THE KEY with Inside Higher Ed

Hear candid conversations with higher ed newsmakers on how colleges and universities are coping with the pandemic and recession -- with a special focus on equity and lower-income students.

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Episode Details

This week’s episode explores how the upheaval of the last two years has altered one futurist’s outlook of what’s ahead for higher education.

This week’s episode features highlights of a discussion involving Michael Sorrell, Michelle Weise and Bridget Burns.

This week’s episode explores how foundations and companies are helping groups of historically black colleges and universities strengthen their online learning capacity.

This week's episode explores data showing a spike in the hiring of Black and Latino presidents, and how meaningful the shift may be.

This week’s episode examines plans to refresh the framework for understanding colleges, with a key emphasis on their role in being engines for equity.

This week’s episode explores whether students lost ground academically during the pandemic and how colleges should respond if so.

This week’s episode explores how five community colleges in New Mexico are working together to transform how they function.

This episode explores how colleges are beginning to reimagine where, when and how their employees do their work.

This week’s episode examines the still-contentious landscape of community college baccalaureate programs and the implications for student transfer.

This week’s episode analyzes news developments that could suggest a loss of public faith in the value of college.


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