Ask the Expert

Ask questions, get answers.

Join AGB experts online for an “ask-me-anything” session regarding COVID-19 impacts, decision-making, and risks.  Select a time and relevant topic of your choosing.  You’ll be connected to our Zoom page for details on registration and the facilitator of the open discussion. 

To ensure optimal engagement and interaction, sessions are capped at 20 participants and will not be recorded to support open dialogue and Q&A.

Unlike AGB webinars, Ask the Expert sessions are discussion-driven and participation is encouraged.  Sessions are facilitated by AGB consultants and average 45-60 minutes in duration. All times below are Eastern Time (ET):

Join one or more Ask the Expert sessions.

Re-thinking Campus: Costs, Consortia and Connected Learning (May 20 at 1 PM ET)

Responses to the global pandemic demonstrated the inherent advantages of the physical campus as well as the ability of local and remote faculty and students to pivot to online learning. South College’s Vice Chancellor for Online Academic Operations Amy Hilbelink will be David Rowe’s guest expert for this session where you can join in the discussion about lowering costs, sharing resources and expanding educational reach.

Who should attend: Trustees, presidents and senior leaders, especially members of the facilities, real estate and academic affairs committees, as well as CFOs and Chief Academic Officers.

Thursday, May 20 from 1-2 PM ET

How to Grow Your Best Resource: Board, Leadership and Faculty Development (June 17 at 1 PM ET)

You spend most of your institution’s budget on salaries and benefits for faculty and staff and on programs that develop relationships with stakeholders. Yet the first thing that gets cut when money is tight is professional and leadership development. Join AGB Senior Consultant and Practice Area Leader David Rowe in a quest to align smart investment in your people with your institution’s strategic aims.

Who should attend: Trustees, presidents and senior leaders, especially members of the facilities, real estate and academic affairs committees, as well as CFOs and Chief Academic Officers.

Thursday, June 17 from 1-2 PM ET