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HED Quarterly Newsletters

December 30, 1899

 

​Through quarterly newsletters, Higher Education for Development (HED)shares the latest information about its international higher education partnerships, including their results and lessons learned.

Learn more about how U.S. universities and colleges and higher education institutions abroad are jointly addressing development issues.

 

Current Issue

HED Quarterly Newsletter: Spring 2014

Inside the Spring 2014 issue: Long-time HED Partner at UT-San Antonio Named Small Business Development Center of the Year; University of Liberia Announces New Public Health Programs; Featured Partnership: Syracuse University (NY)/Kenyatta University (Kenya); Fact at a Glance; and Share Your News.

 

Past Issues

Read past issues of the HED newsletters.

Other ACE News

  • May 29, 2015

    Today's Headlines

    HEADLINES: Today's Top Higher Education News

    In today’s headlines, Inside Higher Ed reports on the status of public higher education funding in Illinois, Louisiana and Wisconsin, and Reuters covers the court decision upholding federal “gainful employment” rules. In other news, The Associated...

  • Innovative Practices

    May 27, 2015

    Quick Hit Students in Classroom

    ACE Releases Quick Hit Paper on Predictive Analytics

    Higher education is at a pivotal point in the use of data to improve student success, according to "Moving the Needle on Predictive Analytics," the latest brief released by ACE’s Center for Education Attainment and Innovation.

  • Credit for Prior Learning

    May 27, 2015

    Register Now for Free Webinar on Military Credit

    ​Register now for Mapping Military Training & Occupations to Postsecondary Credentials, a two-part webinar scheduled for June 16 and June 18.

  • Innovative Practices

    May 22, 2015

    alternative credit project

    Calling All Proposals for ACE Alternative Credit Consortium

    Institutions demonstrating a strong commitment to access and attainment, particularly those serving nontraditional students, are invited to submit proposals to join the second wave of ACE’s alternative credit consortium.

  • Law and the Courts

    May 22, 2015

    Library with Colorful Books

    Access and Diversity Collaborative Issues Syllabus

    Designed to map relevant issues about campus diversity and direct institutions to important resources that can help them understand these issues, develop effective policies and mitigate legal risk.

 

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