This November 9 webinar introduced the new Caring Campus Network and the new Caring Campus Academy with IEBC President/CEO Brad Phillips, and IEBC Coaches Trudy Bers and Loredana Carson. Caring Campus is a culture-changing effort embraced by senior leadership at college campuses across the U.S. Results include improved staff job satisfaction; better relations between staff, faculty, and leadership; and increased student connectedness.
Long Beach, Calif. – Five new California community colleges will participate in the Fall 2023 cohort of the Institute for Evidence-Based Change (IEBC) Caring Campus partnership.
ECMC Foundation Awards Grant to the Institute for Evidence-Based Change To Support Rural Community Colleges
IEBC will expand Caring Campus to rural community colleges through a new $748,000 grant from the ECMC Foundation. The expansion will target students who face obstacles in accessing post-secondary education.
Malcolm X College in Chicago became the 100th community college to join Caring Campus, the student success program of the Institute for Evidence-Based Change (IEBC). All seven City Colleges of Chicago (CCC) campuses now take part in IEBC’s Caring Campus…
A select group of Hinds Community College faculty members joined Brad Phillips, IEBC president, for an introduction to Caring Campus – Faculty.
College Futures Foundation Funds Leadership Training Programs To Sustain ‘Caring Campus’ Initiatives
September 23, 2022 The California-based College Futures Foundation has approved a $367,000 grant to the Institute for Evidence-Based Change (IEBC) to support management transition of Caring Campus California to the California Community…
The Southern Arkansas University Tech leadership gathering has kicked off this fall’s Caring Campus-Faculty work. Shown at the gathering at Southern Arkansas University Tech at East Camden, Arkansas, are IEBC Coach Frank Renx…
The Community College Research Center (CCRC), an independent research organization based at Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, reports positive findings in its new study examining trending results of the Institute for Evidence-Based Change’s “Caring Campus.”
The Irvine Valley Classified Senate panel presentation “How We Created a Caring Campus Culture” is still being talked about.
Irvine Valley Senior Administrative Assistant Amy Hunter introduced the well-received panel presentation at the 2022 California Community Colleges Classified Senate Institute.
IEBC President Brad Phillips joined Pierce College’s Caring Campus Joint Session yesterday as college Classified Professional staff presented their behavioral commitments and plans to the college leadership. Click here to learn more.