Looking Ahead to 2022 in Higher Education With A Focus on 2030

A glance back at 2021 showed, if nothing else, the stunning resilience and power of higher education. Despite waves of COVID-19 variants, residence halls, offices and classrooms remained open for social interaction, business and learning. That is, until the final days of the fall semester when omicron forced some to go back to virtual operations and exams. It was not the best way to finish up 2021, but the return to a new normal offered some silver linings and hope that those positive developments will reemerge in 2022. Moving forward, however, might mean the permanence of ambiguity and uncertainty, as one president told University Business recently and one CEO, Michael Huseby at Barnes and Noble Education, also referenced in a conversation before the winter break. Read the full article here: