Innovation in Higher Education

April 6, 2021

Thought Leadership

VIDEO: Tekoya Boykins, AP’s Assistant Director of Academic Services and Products (ASP), presents at the Wesley Peachtree Institute (WPI) 2021 HBCU Forum, focusing on historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs).


Boykins’ presentation on March 8, 2021, titled “Innovation in Higher Education: Expanding Access to Quality Online Programs with Faculty at the Helm,” discusses why access, affordability, and a commitment to student success matter now more than ever, what faculty and forward-thinking universities are doing today to support students, and how empowering faculty to be at the helm helps universities drive student engagement. 

The Wesley Peachtree Institute is a non profit corporation organized to provide information, research, training and consultation for administrators and staff of minority-serving institutions, with the HBCU forum held annually. The theme of the 2021 forum held March 8-9, was emerging opportunities for HBCU leaders and issues impacting fiscal stability in higher education.  

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