Voluntary Institutional Metrics Project
18 colleges and universities partnered with HCM to develop a breakthrough framework for data consideration in policymaking.
Support provided by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Doing Better for More Students
HCM convened a small group of financial aid, tax and higher education
policy experts. The technical panel was charged with examining the overall
financial aid system and developing innovative policy ideas that respond to
the fiscal, economic and demographic realities the nation faces today.
A coalition of civil rights, student, business, higher education and philanthropic leaders issue The American Dream 2.0 and call for improvements in college completion and financial aid.
How to Survive a Plague
nominated for over 5 awards, including a 2013 Oscar, features advocacy lessons HCM and its client, FasterCures, describe in Back to Basics
Impact Beyond Indian Country
Ronnie Tepp engages a panel including Senator Dorgan and Dr. Roubideaux of the Indian Health Service at the Special Diabetes Program for Indians in Washington D.C.
HCM Supports the Fight against HIV/AIDS
the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, Anthony Fauci and
Partner Michael Manganiello on The Prospect of Eradicating AIDS panel.
This event was part of A Celebration of Science conference, which brought
together policy makers, scientists, and healthcare leaders.
Context for Success
HCM Strategists brought together a group of researchers and practitioners to identify and debate college “inputs”—students, resources, fixed characteristics—and to seek better ways to measure institutional success.
HCM Provides Support for Policy Agenda
Partner Terrell Halaska provides policy expertise to Rebuilding America’s Middle Class: A Coalition of Community Colleges as they work to craft an effective agenda.
Academy for State Policy Leadership
Kristin Conklin learns from her peers at the SHEEO/Lumina Foundation Academy for State Policy Leadership in Chicago.