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.
July 29, 2016
In today’s headlines, Inside Higher Ed tells the story of how a faculty member laid off from the University of Southern Maine returned to become the institution’s provost. In other news, Sheila Bair, president of Washington College (MD) shares her...
Diversity in Leadership
July 27, 2016
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.
A survey of leaders at 251 colleges and universities active or interested in competency-based education reveals that even while interest in CBE is rising, implementation of CBE courses and programs remain gradual.
July 25, 2016
A recent three-part blog series on ACE’s Higher Education Today blog looks at financial data issues in higher education and offers insights for leaders looking to improve the way they use data in everyday decision-making.
Higher Education Act
The proposed regulations on state authorization requirements for postsecondary distance education outline how colleges and universities that offer online education programs to students in other states should be regulated.
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