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A new Quick Hit paper reports on innovative programs at a number of institutions are helping students gain international experiences.
The two-day workshop in August will address how to build effective partnerships and leverage institutional capacity to impact effectiveness.
The Institute is an annual program with three sessions throughout the year, the first of which begins July 28 in Washington, DC.
Read ACE's comments to the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee about Sen. Lamar Alexander’s policy paper on Federal Postsecondary Data Transparency and Consumer Information.
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Law and the Courts
May 22, 2015
Over the last decade, the College Board’s Access & Diversity Collaborative—working in partnership with ACE, EducationCounsel and a numerous higher education institutions and organizations—has developed a significant body of work designed to assist...
In today’s headlines, The Wall Street Journal looks at what presidential hopefuls are proposing be done to curb college costs and reduce student debt. And while the Regents of the University of California are embracing Gov. Jerry Brown’s budget...
May 20, 2015
Advancing to the Presidency, a two-day workshop scheduled for Oct.19-20 in Alexandria, VA, helps senior admnistrators prepare for the transition to the next level.
As the ACE Fellows Program concludes its landmark 50th anniversary this academic year, it’s not too early to start thinking about applying to be a member of the 2016-17 class of the ACE Fellows Program.
Diversity in Leadership
May 13, 2015
ACE is hosting the 85th National Women's Leadership Forum, a 3-day program that fosters discussions with women presidents, content experts and executive search consultants who help participants develop effective search strategies.
May 11, 2015
New college and university leaders from all sectors of higher education can apply now for the 2015-16 ACE Institute for New Presidents, which is designed specifically for presidents in their first three years of service.
Budget and Appropriations
May 06, 2015
The plan cuts more than $5 trillion in spending from nearly all federal government agencies over the next decade, including $496 billion from the overall pool of funds for student aid, scientific research and institutional support.
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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.
As colleges and universities consider their place in an ever-globalizing world, international joint and dual degrees can help institutions move beyond individual faculty and course-level collaborations to establish on-going, multidimensional...
College and University Partnerships (CUP) work to advance greater awareness, acceptance, and application of credit for prior learning as a key element for increasing postsecondary participation and completion. Find out how CUP can assist your...
Panelists from both two-year and four-year institutions discussed how they engage their colleagues in building strong CPL practices and products that serve students effectively while also engaging their colleagues consistently.
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