Foundations of Project Management

Project management helps to ensure that mission-driven initiatives in higher education are well-planned and effectively managed to achieve their desired impact and outcomes.  The difference between a well-executed and poorly-executed initiative can make all the difference in retaining faculty and staff, attracting students, generating new revenue or growing your unit’s impact within the community.  This […]

Responsible and Ethical Conduct of Research for National Science Foundation Grants

As of July 2023, the National Science Foundation updated the responsible and ethical conduct of research (RECR) requirement for all faculty and personnel who will be supported by NSF grants. The requirements state that those supported by NSF grants have a responsibility to “generate and disseminate knowledge with rigor and integrity,” and “conduct peer review […]

Cultivating an Inclusive Academic Environment – Leading in the Classroom

As a leader in professional development for higher education leaders across the world, Academic Impressions prides itself on delivering quality content that is data informed and rooted in practical application. Over the past year we have had a number of conversations with member institutions who have been seeking out inclusive leadership training for their team […]

Understanding Your Five Paths to Leadership℠ Assessment Results

Higher education is undergoing great change, and as leaders, we need to remain dynamic and responsive to those changes. The Five Paths to Leadership℠ Self-Assessment can help you to identify ways to effectively adapt your leadership style to a variety of situations and people. Thousands of leaders in higher ed have benefited from this model, […]

Demo for Ops

Dogs, often hailed as humans’ best friends, have been the topic of many scientific studies looking into how they might boost our well-being. In this Spotlight, we’ll explain how your friendly pup can benefit your health across the board. According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), an estimated 78 million dogs […]

White Privilege and Allyship: A 5-Day Advanced Program

Diversity, equity, and inclusion work has never been more important in higher education. Sign up for our free five-day program to learn about white privilege and allyship. New to diversity, equity, and inclusion? Start with our 101 program to lay the foundation for your learning. White Privilege in Higher Education Identify and confront white privilege […]

Responding to Title IX Disclosures for Faculty and Staff: A 5-Day Program

While not every faculty or staff member will be designated as an “Official with Authority” or “Responsible Employee”, you will likely experience a Title IX disclosure from someone on your campus who trusts you. This course will give you the skillset to respond to a disclosure in the moment and understand the process after the […]

Creativity Without Limits: a 5-Week Program to Build and Strengthen Your Creative Muscles

Are you looking to spark your creative energy and explore new ways to develop ideas? Look no further, this 5-week program offers a unique opportunity to tap into your creative potential and unlock your imagination.   You’ll begin a journey to build and strenghten your creative muscles by participating in carefully curated activities that are designed […]

Research & Scholarship at Mid-Career: Reboot, Reset, Reimagine

Faculty commonly struggle with research at mid-career. Some may struggle with a stagnant research agenda and reduced scholarly productivity, while others may question their commitment to the research agenda that led them to tenure. In this course, you will learn a process for resetting, rebooting, and reimagining your research and scholarship so you can get […]