December 30, 1899
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ACE’s 1,600 member campuses serve more than 80% of today’s college students. ACE works diligently to promote the best that higher education has to offer, and recognizes the importance of partnering with the business community—those companies and organizations that provide the products, services, and programs that keep higher education functioning.Presidents, chancellors, and campus executives around the country look to ACE for information on those products, services, and programs. They find the information they need in the pages of The Presidency magazine, here at ACEnet.edu, and at ACE conferences, seminars, and webinars. They look at the list of companies who belong to the ACE Alliance Program and the Roundtable of Executive Search Firms.
November 20, 2017
Registration is now open for the 2018 ACE/AIEA Internationalization Collaborative, the annual forum for faculty and administrators to share ideas for furthering their international agendas.
In today’s headlines, there is continuing coverage of the GOP tax bill and its potential impact on higher education: Grinnell College President Raynard Kington tells NPR a proposed tax on private college endowments would “take dollars away from...
The ACE and NASH Leadership Academy is designed to support system and campus leaders in the development of high performing teams that facilitate change, enhance campus and system performance, and scale best practices across multiple campuses.
November 15, 2017
The workshop will help prepare department chairs for their roles as academic leaders in their programs and institutional leaders contributing to the larger mission of their colleges or universities.
Articulating Global Strategy
During the closing seminar for the 14th cohort of ACE’s Internationalization Laboratory program, participants wrapped up more than a year of collaboration during which they developed goals and strategic internationalization.
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