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Weekly Rundown
AKA|Strategy continues its commitment to stay informed about the latest in higher education and the nonprofit sector.

It is a pleasure to share these articles that we found both informative and engaging.
We welcome any comments or reactions to this edition of our AKA Weekly Rundown.
From AKA|Strategy
Anthony Knerr and John Braunstein of AKA|Strategy and Libby Morse of Lipman Hearne, longtime collaborators on strategic and communications counsel for colleges and universities, discuss how higher education institutions need to prepare for the post-pandemic world.
Three themes have emerged: 1) Rebuilding Trust (which we shared in our November 20th issue),
Developing Resilience, and 3) Reimagining Leadership. 
Read this week’s installment,Developing Resilience.
What you might have missed earlier this week
From Burning Glass Technologies:
Every new program launched by an institution in higher education is a bet that the idea will resonate with students and grow enrollments, but too many of these bets don’t pay off. This report not only analyzes which programs failed, but also suggests strategies for institutions on how to make better bets on the future. Read this report
From The New York Times Style Magazine:
By Ligaya Mishan
As some try to understand what cancel culture is and wonder whether it even exists, there's an argument that it has been around for ages. In fact, social media might just be facilitating and exacerbating an old form of public shaming or bullying. Read this article

From Hyperallergic:
By Valentina Di Liscia
As museum funding sources and endowment management come under increased scrutiny, impact investing is gaining traction among these institutions. The practice could provide a way to generate positive change while yielding financial returns at the same time. Read this article

Further Reading:
From Forbes:
Here are ten of the year’s best books on higher education. Published during a turbulent year with heightened focus on the sector, it’s not surprising that there is an emphasis on business models and admission practices. Read this article
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