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American Council on Education/Fidelity Investments Award for Institutional Transformation

December 30, 1899

 

The American Council on Education/Fidelity Investments Award for Institutional Transformation recognizes colleges or universities which, in a period of great change in higher education, have responded to challenges in innovative and creative ways that allows the institution to thrive.

The winning institution from each category will receive $10,000 and the award will be presented to institution president.

The award is split into two categories:
  • Category 1: Institutions with student populations 5,000 and over
  • Category 2: Institutions with student populations up to 5,000

ACE invites nominations and applications for the award from any U.S. college or university that is eligible for ACE membership. Please read the Transformational Award criteria prior to submitting applications.

For more information about the award criteria and the submission process, contact transformationaward@acenet.edu.

 

Georgia State University and Governors State University Receive ACE/Fidelity Investments Award for Institutional Transformation

Georgia State University and Governors State University (IL) are the recipients of the 2015 ACE/Fidelity Investments Awar for Institutional Transformation.

The awards were presented at ACE's 97th Annual Meeting and were accepted by Georgia State University President Mark P. Becker and Governors State University President Elaine P. Maimon on behalf of their institutions.

 

 Thanks to our Sponsor

 

 

ACE is grateful to Fidelity for its support of this award. The American Council on Education and Fidelity Investments® are independent entities and are not legally affiliated. The recipient of the American Council on Education/Fidelity Investments Award for Institutional Transformation is selected solely by ACE. Fidelity employees are not involved in any way in determining, selecting, or approving the recipient of any award.

 

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