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Health, Public and Private – Essay for the Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education

In many ways, then, COVID-19 introduced public health methods, practices, and results to campuses for the first time... How might a systemic, campus-wide approach, grounded in public health theory, better support a fully inclusive community?

November 18th, 2022|From the Desk of Dr. Keeling|

Personal, Political, and Pandemic – Essay for the Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education

The Supreme Court’s decision will complicate plans on many campuses to develop health-promoting universities with an inclusive and caring spirit. What the Court’s decision and new state laws will not prevent is students coming to health and counseling centers with unwanted pregnancies, or in need of reproductive health services that healthcare professionals may be forbidden to provide.

July 25th, 2022|From the Desk of Dr. Keeling|

An Ounce of Prevention – Essay for the Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education

Too many students have come to believe what they do matters more than who they are. Too many think “busy” equals “worthwhile.” The differential suffering imposed by inequity has cheated too many out of their potential.

April 18th, 2022|From the Desk of Dr. Keeling|

Not Impossible Dreams – Essay for the Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education

The problem is not that we don’t know, or haven’t known, or can’t know what to do; the problem is that opportunities for change have been submerged, stifled, and snuffed out by the intransigency of staid institutional, organizational, and commercial culture. But change is the partner, or implementation plan, of existential moments.

November 17th, 2021|From the Desk of Dr. Keeling|

Coming Back – Essay for the Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education

This semester will be remembered, if outlived. Educators are resilient people—if nothing else, intrepid. Even in the midst of our fatigue and frustration with Zoom, the sadness we feel for the students who, despite being our purpose, had such a diminished experience this year, and the wrenching uncertainties that define these times, we long for the return of the familiar.

April 19th, 2021|From the Desk of Dr. Keeling|

Uncovering – Essay for the Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education

This pandemic and its consequences has uncovered a lot about ourselves, our students, and our institutions. We must learn from these discoveries.

November 18th, 2020|From the Desk of Dr. Keeling|

No Silver Lining: The Pandemic and Higher Education

There will be no going back to normal for higher education institutions post-Covid-19 pandemic. How will we support students—all students—and make it possible for them to take full advantage of what our colleges and universities can provide?

April 23rd, 2020|From the Desk of Dr. Keeling|

Working Differently: Saving Lives Matters Most

Keeling & Associates, LLC, like our clients and colleagues across higher education, is adapting the way we do things in response to COVID-19. Preventing or slowing the transmission of the new coronavirus is all of our responsibility; saving lives matters most.

March 20th, 2020|K&A News & Updates|

Measuring What Matters: “Big Data,” Data Analytics, and Student Success

Data and analytics often help senior leadership at higher education institutions understand students better. But to truly put students first, leadership must go beyond data and uncover student stories.

November 22nd, 2019|From the Desk of Dr. Keeling|

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