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A college application assistance campaign that began in a single North Carolina high school in 2005 is reaching almost 200,000 students in all 50 states this fall, focusing on those who otherwise would not apply for college.
Nominations are being accepted until Dec. 1 for three ACE awards honoring individuals or programs that work to diversify the ranks of higher education leadership.
In 2011-12, veterans comprised 4 percent of the overall undergraduate population of U.S. colleges and universities. But their numbers are growing.
New study looks at international joint and dual degree programs and their role in helping U.S. colleges and universities establish ongoing, multi-dimensional global partnerships.
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November 21, 2014
President Obama’s executive action on immigration leads the higher education news this morning—stories from Inside Higher Ed and The Chronicle of Higher Education are below. In other news, University of California regents have adopted a 5-year...
Law and the Courts
November 19, 2014
A House Judiciary subcommittee today heard testimony on Copyright Issues in Education and for the Visually Impaired as Congress continues to consider whether to revise the Copyright Act, last overhauled in 1976.
Higher Education Act
October 30, 2014
The Department of Education today released the final rule on gainful employment, an effort to ensure that individuals who enroll in career training programs will earn enough money to repay their student loans.
Diversity in Leadership
October 22, 2014
There is still time to register for ACE’s National Women’s Leadership Forum, scheduled for Dec. 3-5 in Arlington, VA, just outside Washington, DC.
ACE, the National Association of Independent Schools and 26 education groups have submitted a friend-of-the-court brief in support of The Hotchkiss School as the institution appeals a federal court ruling in a study-abroad liability case.
October 21, 2014
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit issued its opinion Oct. 17 in Cambridge University Press v. Patton, the case challenging the use of various scholarly works in the Georgia State University library’s electronic reserves.
October 20, 2014
The Department of Education has issued final rules to implement changes to the Clery Act made by the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act (VAWA), which President Obama signed into law last year.
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President to President is Molly Corbett Broad's weekly email newsletter to ACE members.
ACE's blog covers what is most relevant to higher education today and how these issues play out in the public sphere.
A 9-month program designed to ensure presidents within their first two years of service find long-term success in today's volatile and uncertain environment.
A webinar with a panel of representatives from institutions that are providing effective, faculty-led models for professional development and collaboration.
A webinar to help institutional leaders develop strategies for supporting military and veteran students.
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