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Two Days to Prepare for the Next 10 Years

Through the interactive two-day Future Campus Summit with leaders from industry and higher education, you’ll discover insights and strategies to help your institution navigate the complexities of AI transformation.

June 26–27, 2024

New York, NY

Summit Agenda At-a-Glance

June 25
June 26
June 27

Breakfast

Breakfast

Registration
& Breakfast

8:00–9:00 a.m.

Breakfast

Registration
& Tech Showcase

8:00–9:00 a.m.

Morning

Breakfast

Opening Keynote
& Sessions

9:00 a.m.–12:45 p.m.

Breakfast

Morning Keynote
& Sessions

9:00 a.m.–12:45 p.m.

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch
& Networking

12:45–1:45 p.m.

Lunch

Lunch
& Tech Showcase

12:45–1:45 p.m.

Afternoon

Afternoon

Sessions

1:45–5:00 p.m.

Afternoon

Sessions, Awards,
& Closing Remarks

1:45-4:30 p.m.

Evening

Evening

Official Opener
& Reception

6:30-8:30 p.m.

Evening

Dinner on Your Own

after 5:00 p.m.

Evening

Broadway Show
(RSVP Required)

7:00-10:00 p.m.

Space is Limited.

Two Days of Learning and Inspiration​

Join the Tambellini Group, the world’s leading higher education IT analyst firm, for this intimate, retreat-style event focused on building your institution’s future campus. Learn how to drive an AI innovation ecosystem that can revolutionize academic operations, enhance teaching and learning experiences, and ensure institutional financial sustainability.

Presentations

Discover cutting-edge AI applications transforming higher ed in our dynamic presentations. Insights on innovation, operations, and strategy await!

Panels

Engage with leaders in spirited panel discussions on AI’s role in reshaping higher education. Gain diverse perspectives on innovation and growth.

Workshops

Hands-on workshops dive deep into AI’s impact on academia. Explore tools and strategies for enhancing education, operations, and sustainability.

Outstanding Accommodations at a Cost-Effective Price

Ticketing OptionsSuper Early Bird Pricing
Ends April 12
Early Bird Pricing
April 13–May 17
Regular Pricing
Starts May 18
Future Campus Event Pass + 2 Hotel Nights$1,975$2,250$2,650
Future Campus Event-Only Pass (limit of 25 total)$1,750$1,750$1,750
Discounted Broadway Show Experience Add-On
Back to the Future, June 27, 7:00 p.m. (limit of 30 total)
$125$125$125

Keynote Speakers

Tom Andriola

Chief Digital Officer
UC Irvine
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Katie Drummond

Global Editorial Director
WIRED
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Tambellini Speakers

Tambellini Analysts and Advisors have curated an exclusive event for transformational leaders after thousands of interactions with higher education institutions and using the most extensive AI market intelligence.

Katelyn Ilkani

President and COO; Principal Analyst
Tambellini Group
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Dave Kieffer

Principal Analyst
Tambellini Group
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Alpha Hamadou Ibrahim, PhD

Senior Analyst; Lead Data Scientist
Tambellini Group
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Matt Winn, PhD

Senior Analyst
Tambellini Group
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Jessica M. Thomas

Senior Analyst
Tambellini Group
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Hampton Shive

Strategic Advisor, Institutions
Tambellini Group
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Two Days of Learning and Inspiration

Presentations

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Panels

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Workshops

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Tuesday, January 16

7:00 p.m. Networking Welcome Reception

Wednesday, January 17

8:00 a.m. Breakfast and Registration

9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Conference Day 1

6:00 p.m. Dinner and Networking with Open Bar

Thursday, January 18

8:00 a.m. Breakfast and Registration

9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Conference Day 2

Main Room Activities and Sessions

Senior administrative leaders from across your institution are encouraged to attend so you can more easily gain alignment to address key topics, including:

Join us for an illuminating presentation diving into the realm of AI in education, covering foundational insights into AI, ethical considerations, and its pivotal role in shaping future-ready student experiences. Explore practical strategies and key takeaways for leveraging data and AI to revolutionize educational landscapes and empower students for tomorrow’s world.

Uncover the expertise in harnessing the power of artificial intelligence and analytics to construct an optimal team, driving innovation, obtaining a competitive advantage, and elevating student outcomes.

“Preventing AI Analysis Paralysis” addresses the challenge of decision-making inertia that institutions face when considering the adoption of Artificial Intelligence (AI). It focuses on guiding higher education institutions through the maze of options and considerations in AI implementation, helping them to overcome the hesitation and complexities that often delay getting started with AI. The topic emphasizes strategies for decisive action, streamlined decision-making processes, and practical steps to embrace AI’s potential in an educational context effectively.

Immerse yourself in the Future Campus Tabletop Exercises, where participants navigate scenarios inspired by Tambellini Group’s 10 Future Campus Workspaces. This interactive experience challenges assumptions, fosters diverse perspectives, and facilitates strategic alignment among peers, providing a dynamic platform to shape the future of campus environments.

Panels

Plenary Panels

Hear how AI technology can revolutionize the way we teach and learn. Our panelists discuss the potential of using generative AI to achieve better student outcomes, increase efficiency, and deliver personalized education.

Learn about the transformative power of advanced analytics to target the right candidates, optimize recruitment strategies, and ultimately create a winning class that aligns with institutional goals and values.

Discover the game-changing role of analytics in reshaping change management strategies. This panel explores how data-driven approaches can revolutionize decision-making processes, enhance collaboration, and enable effective change implementation.

Explore the potential of utilizing AI to attract and retain top talent, providing attendees with insights into how generative AI can create a competitive advantage by streamlining and optimizing the recruitment and retention process for faculty and staff.

Learn about the benefits of collaborative initiatives, including how strategic alliances with vendors enable organizations to leverage AI and analytics to drive innovation, gain competitive advantage, and achieve better student outcomes.

Discover the potential of data-driven insights to uncover new opportunities for non-traditional learning program development and expansion, ultimately enabling institutions to meet the demands of today’s rapidly-evolving educational landscape.

Workshops

Our engaging workshops will take a variety of formats from game-inspired to hackathon-style and role-play, and will help you either identify your institution’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats around key areas or design for your future state.
Below are a handful of workshops to give you an idea of what to expect:

Transition from theory to practice in this interactive experience that will help you assess your AI readiness and navigate its adoption across the diverse functions of your institution. You’ll learn from doing, and we’ll equip you with a bespoke AI readiness toolkit, helping you evaluate your institution’s current landscape and develop a roadmap that can be adapted to your unique goals and challenges. This workshop is your gateway to becoming a trailblazer in the higher-ed landscape, harnessing the power of AI to revolutionize learning and operational excellence.

Join our interactive game show session, reminiscent of “Press Your Luck,” where we explore methods to enable leaders in collaboratively identifying future opportunities without encountering the dreaded “Whammy.” Discuss and share strategies to avoid common pitfalls while generating “Impact” for students, faculty, and staff. Our focus remains on “Process, People, then AI Products.” Engage in activities and discussions, just like in the game show, to gain insights into the interplay of these factors and emerging analytics and AI competency, positioning your institution for long-term success in education’s ever-changing landscape.

The rate of technological innovation accelerated precipitously with the launch of ChatGPT.  It was the shot heard ’round the world.’ The reaction by higher education was nearly immediate, with institutional and societal angst splashed across nearly every media channel and student and consumer adoption spreading like wildfire.  Yet, a deeper, more concrete conversation about how the ‘machine-as-persona’ might spark a more human and personalized experience has yet to emerge. 

In this session, Oracle’s VP of Product Strategy Nicole Engelbert will explore how automation and its more sophisticated cousins, machine learning and generative AI, have profound implications for the student and institutional experience as well as the strategies for employing proactive guardrails to ensure the human element of higher education flourishes in the next technology era.

When institutions embark on modernization projects, a common key outcome is improving top-line metrics for the institution. Join us as we explore the methods for optimizing your institution’s key enrollment performance indicators and metrics and to ensure they are tied to your institutional strategy. This collaborative exchange promises to be a valuable opportunity to strategize and tackle modernization together. Identify, Diagnose, and Create an Action Plan for your most challenging enrollment data challenges.

Discover how data can enable you to think critically and collaboratively about managing a dynamic risk spectrum. Explore the ways in which insights from data analytics can enhance your risk management and equip you with strategies to mitigate threats.

Engage higher education executives in a focused diagnosis activity to explore and strategize ways to grow alumni support and endowment. Identify opportunities, challenges, and actionable steps to strengthen these crucial pillars of institutional success.

Engage in a fast-paced and collaborative design sprint that will ignite your creativity, foster collaboration, and propel you towards innovative enrollment planning solutions that can position your institution for long-term success

Though the journey of USC we will delve into the intricate relationship between finance, LMS applications, and their profound impact on the student-faculty experience. We will speak to the power of strategic partnerships and change program management in delivering strategies to retain students and faculty.   Through the journey of USC we will delve into the intricate relationship between finance, LMS applications, and their profound impact on the student-faculty experience. We will speak to the power of strategic partnerships and change program management in delivering strategies to retain students and faculty. Join us in this dynamic discussion to unravel the intricate web of finance, technology, and strategic partnerships that shape the future of education, guided by a commitment to the ultimate goal: enhancing the student and faculty experience!

To practice agile decision-making and alignment in response to rapidly changing conditions in higher education using data and analytics.

Space is Limited

Higher Education Institutions

peertelligent

Solution Providers & Investors

market insights
Keynote

Keynote June 17

Katie Drummond, Global Editorial Director, WIRED
Keynote

Opening Remarks

Ben Nelson, Founder and Board Member, Minerva University
Keynote

Disrupt or Build? The Innovation Ecology

Dr. Laura Huang, Distinguished Professor, Faculty Director of Women’s Entrepreneurship Initiative, Northeastern University; Author, Edge: Turning Adversity into Advantage
Keynote

Navigational Leadership in the Era of Augmented Intelligence

Tom Andriola, Vice Chancellor for Information Technology and Data, Chief Digital Officer, University of California, Irvine
Tom Andriola
Tom Andriola
Vice Chancellor for Information Technology and Data, Chief Digital Officer
University of California Irvine logo

Tom Andriola is UC Irvine’s Vice Chancellor for Information Technology and Data (ODIT) and Chief Digital Officer. His role is designed to ensure the strategic use of data and technology, drive interdisciplinary partnerships, and champion digital strategies that expand UC Irvine’s role as a leading research university, healthcare provider & community partner.

Andriola is a global business & technology leader with a broad array of experience in the public and private sector. Throughout his career, he has been an agent for change and disruptive innovation in the marketplace. During his tenure as Vice President & Chief Information Officer (CIO) for the University of California System, he created a platform to support the collaboration of 8,500 IT professionals across the University, launched a nationally-recognized IT Leadership Academy, and was integral in developing UC Health’s big data strategy, which led to the creation of the UC-wide clinical data warehouse representing 16 million patients.

Previous to his University experience, Andriola held technology and business executive roles with organizations such as Philips, Marconi PLC, Sapient and PriceWaterhouseCoopers. Eventually entering the healthcare industry and leading teams to develop solutions across the globe, including enabling the first national mammography program in Europe, introducing a virtual care solution for intensive care patients in India, and collaborating with Peking University and the China Association for Cardiologists to build its first clinical data repository of cardiology patients in China.

He remains active in the higher education and healthcare industries as an advocate for progress and equity utilizing technology and data, serving on the boards of OCHIN and Unizin. Andriola is also an advisor to various software startups, medical device, and life sciences companies, and maintains advisory relationships with UC Irvine’s Institute for Precision Health, UC Health’s Center for Data Driven Insights & Innovation, and with UC Davis’ Innovation Institute for Food and Health.

Andriola holds a bachelor’s degree from George Washington University, a master’s degree from the University of South Florida, and has completed the Stanford Executive MBA program.

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Dr. Laura Huang
Laura Huang
Distinguished Professor | Faculty Director of Women's Entrepreneurship Initiative | Author of Edge: Turning Adversity into Advantage
book cover of EDGE: Turning Adversity into Advantage

Laura Huang is a Distinguished Professor of Management and Organizational Dynamics, who has held faculty positions at Harvard Business School and the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. She currently serves as the Faculty Director of the Women’s Entrepreneurship Initiative at Northeastern University, and is on the board of Wharton Alumni Angels and NJECC. Laura’s award-winning research examines the role of intuition and interpersonal relationships in entrepreneurship and in the workplace, and has been featured in the New York Times, the Financial Times, the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and Forbes.

She is the international best-selling author of EDGE: Turning Adversity into Advantage, which was published by Portfolio: Penguin Random House—and she is also the creator and co-founder of Project EMplify, an initiative dedicated to addressing inequality and disadvantage for unserved and underprivileged K-12 communities through the principles of EDGE.

Laura was named one of the top 40 business school professors by Poets and Quants, and was a recipient of the 2020 Cozzarelli Prize given by the National Academy of Sciences. In 2021, she was named to the Global Thinker50 Radar list as one of the top thinkers with the potential to change the world of theory and practice.

Prior to her academic career, she held positions in investment banking, consulting, and management, for organizations such as Standard Chartered Bank, IBM Global Services, and Johnson & Johnson.

Laura holds an MS and BSE in electrical engineering, both from Duke University, an MBA from INSEAD, and a PhD from the University of California, Irvine.

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Michael Bisson: Vice President of Student Product Strategy at Workday
Michael Bisson
Vice President, Student Product Strategy
Workday logo

Michael joined Workday in 2013 seeding the Student project team and contributing to its initial architecture and design. Michael led the Product Management team as they designed the core student product and facilitated a three-year customer design partner program. Today, Michael leads the Product Strategy team responsible for determining market fit, competitive market intelligence, and overall product direction. Prior to joining Workday, Michael worked 16 years at Peoplesoft and Oracle in support of the Campus Solutions product in Product Management, Development, and Support. Michael has committed his professional career to the improvement of higher education management through the design and development of Student Information Systems.

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