Creating positive and sustainable change in higher education is hard. Facilitating Change in Higher Education provides a complete roadmap to support those interested in driving departmental change. This book blends theory and practice so that readers understand the why and the how behind creating change in higher education. Covered topics include developing change agency, building a productive team culture, and interfacing with key stakeholders. Supported by over 100 resources integrated into the text, readers will come away feeling prepared to facilitate change in their own context. For more information, please visit dat-project.org The authors (Courtney Ngai, Joel C. Corbo, Karen L. Falkenberg, Chris Geanious, Alanna Pawlak, Mary E. Pilgrim, Gina M. Quan, Daniel L. Reinholz, Clara Smith, and Sarah B. Wise) have collectively worked together to develop the Departmental Action Team model for creating change presented in this book. They have a combined 35 years of experience researching and facilitating change in higher education and more than 15 publications on the subject. They continue to work at the intersection of change, equity, and higher education.