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Weekly Rundown
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From AKA|Strategy
How Does Higher Education Rebuild Trust? A Conversation
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: Rebuilding Trust, Developing Resilience, and Reimagining Leadership. Here’s the first installment, Rebuilding Trust.

What You Might Have Missed Earlier This Week
From The New York Times:
Don’t Fear the Robots, and Other Lessons From a Study of the Digital Economy
By Steve Lohr
A task force assembled by M.I.T. examined how technology has changed, and will change, the work force. The 92-page report, "The Work of the Future: Building Better Jobs in an Age of Intelligent Machines," was released on Tuesday. Read this article
From The Hechinger Report:
After years of rising college enrollment of underrepresented populations, a combination of strained budgets and disrupted in-person education is reversing the momentum. Business leaders across the nation are rightfully concerned that they will face a lack of highly skilled workers in the near future. Read this article
From University World News:
International recruitment – The US eagle could soar again
By Louise Nicol
Although there is hope that under the Biden administration the United States will once again become a favored destination for international students, several key steps must be taken to ensure that the country can compete with other nations. Read this article

Further Reading
From covi:
Creativity, Culture and Connection: Responses from arts and culture organisations in the COVID-19 crisis
By Caroline Macfarland, Matilda Agace & Chris Hayes
This report offers a snapshot of how arts and cultural organizations in the UK have addressed the immediate challenges brought on by COVID-19, the lessons to be learned moving into the recovery, and the longer-term strategic opportunities to renew and reshape the role of arts and culture in the future. Read
this report
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