Strengthening Minority-Serving Institutions: HR Best Practices and Innovations

Tuesday, November 10 | 2:00-3:15 p.m. ET

In partnership with PeopleAdmin

This is a free, previously recorded webinar.

Given the nation’s goals for greater access to higher education and changing student demographics, minority-serving institutions (MSIs) are situated to become more important. MSIs are in a unique position to build on the traditional foundational values of access and affordability, but must find effective ways do this in a way that changes the higher ed model. How is the HR department positioned to support these new higher ed models? What are the implications for the role of HR departments? During this webinar, you’ll hear multiple perspectives on leadership change, community partnerships, strategies for increased employee morale and professional development and more.

Credits & Presenters

  • 1.25 General Credit Hours *

  • 1.25 General Credit Hours

  • Lynn Bynum
    (moderator), Chief Human Resources Officer

    Bellarmine University

  • Leah Burns
    Chief Development Officer


  • Ricardo Coronado
    Associate Vice Chancellor for Human Resources

    Tarrant County College District

  • Brian Dickens
    Associate Vice President and CHRO

    Texas Southern University

  • Jaffus Hardrick
    Vice President for HR and Vice Provost for Student Access and Success

    Florida International University

  • Joyce Ingram
    Associate Vice President for Human Resources and CHRO

    Mechanical University

  • Nancy Nelson

    Associate Vice President, Employee Relations
    El Paso Community College

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*The use of the HR Certification Institute Approved Provider seal is not an endorsement by the HR Certification Institute of the quality of the program. It means that this program has met the HR Certification Institute’s criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit.