2018 Fellows Symposium – A Fresh Look at Some Key Challenges for Higher Ed

2018 Fellows Symposium – A Fresh Look at Some Key Challenges for Higher Ed

November 1, 2018
New York

On November 1, 2018, the TIAA Institute hosted a Fellows Symposium in New York City focused on key issues of importance in higher education. Issues included the evolving faculty workforce model – featuring new research from the Institute on adjunct faculty’s personal finances and retirement security – the financial well-being of millennial faculty and students, and institutional mergers and acquisitions.

Featured speaker Risa Palm, senior vice president for academic affairs & provost, Georgia State University, shared her observations on the consolidation of Georgia State University and Georgia Perimeter College, and research presentations were given by:

  • Andrea Hasler, assistant research professor in financial literacy, The George Washington University
  • James Hearn, professor of higher education & associate director, Institute of Higher Education, University of Georgia
  • Adrianna Kezar, professor for higher education & co-director, Pullias Center for Higher Education, University of Southern California
  • Gregg Kvistad, provost & executive vice chancellor, University of Denver
  • Jason Seligman, senior economist, Investment Company Institute
  • Robert Toutkoushian, professor of higher education, University of Georgia
  • Paul Yakoboski, senior economist, TIAA Institute
Keynote Address
Lesson for Higher Education
Panel Discussions
Financial Wellbeing of Higher Ed's Millennials