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Registration closes soon for ACE’s Executive Forum for Leading Internationalization, which will help senior leaders formulate a comprehensive approach to supporting and integrating international students.
Joichi “Joi” Ito, an internationally prominent activist, entrepreneur and venture capitalist, will be the keynote speaker at the ACE2017 Monday luncheon plenary session on innovation.
The survey is the oldest, most comprehensive and in-depth source of information about the college presidency and the leadership pipeline in higher education. Make sure your institution's president is included.
Three federal agencies last week announced that colleges and universities can continue providing subsidized student health insurance plans to graduate students under the Affordable Care Act.
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October 24, 2016
ACE Leadership serves individuals and institutions that are eager to seize opportunity and embrace the complex challenges confronting higher education today. The 2017 slate of programs and events is now available.
Inside Higher Ed reports that federal regulators have indefinitely stayed an IRS ruling that subsidized health insurance plans for graduate students violated provisions of the Affordable Care Act. The Chronicle of Higher Education looks at how...
Law and the Courts
October 19, 2016
ACE, along with 23 higher education and independent schools associations, has submitted a brief to the Connecticut Supreme Court in the so-called Hotchkiss School “tick-bite case,” a study abroad liability suit.
Heather H. Ward of ACE’s Center for Internationalization and Global Engagement shares highlights on the recent seminar, “Partnering with U.S. Higher Education,” held Oct. 5-7 in Miami.
Higher Education Act
October 17, 2016
The regulations require states to report on and rate programs using a number of measures including student learning outcomes, placement and retention rates and feedback from graduates and their employers.
October 12, 2016
ACE and 12 other higher education associations submitted comments last week in response to a Department of Justice request for input on revising the regulations governing the accessibility of state and local government websites—including those of...
Department chairs, division heads, program directors and unit leaders can now register for one of the four upcoming workshops. The first is scheduled for Jan. 11-12 in San Deigo.
October 05, 2016
With over five decades of success, the ACE Fellows Program continues to expand the leadership pipeline of individuals ready to serve American colleges and universities. The application for the 2017-18 class is due Nov. 1.
The U.S. Supreme Court has denied requests by both parties to review last year’s federal appeals court decision in O’Bannon v. NCAA, a case involving federal antitrust laws and restrictions on the compensation of intercollegiate athletes.
September 28, 2016
Senior-level women administrators are invited to register for ACE’s 88th National Women’s Leadership Forum, an interactive program for those seeking a college or university presidency, vice presidency or major deanship.
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This 2-day program was for mid-level administrators (typically department chairs, directors, and assistant/associate deans) with high potential for advancement in higher education administration.
A workshop that helps senior administrators gain a better understanding of the presidential search process and provides strategies and training for effective searching.
In this webinar, panelists discussed how to establish a data infrastructure that supports credit for prior learning (CPL) programs.
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