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The Policy and Politics of Student Loan ForgivenessThe Policy and Politics of Student Loan Forgivenesshttps://www.acenet.edu/Pages/dotedu/65-Student-Loan-Forgiveness-Policy-Politics.aspxThe Policy and Politics of Student Loan Forgiveness<img alt="Illustration for dotEDU podcast" src="/PublishingImages/Photo-Library/dot_edu_story_tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired May 19, 2022 Almost everyone has an opinion about student loan forgiveness. But it's often more complicated than many think. There are seven federal student loan programs and 16 repayment options. Which programs might be included in the Biden administration's loan forgiveness plan, if it happens? When might it happen? With potentially 45 million borrowers involved, will the administration make a tradeoff between ease of implementation and the ability to target it? And with the midterms just six months away, what are the politics of loan forgiveness? Jon Fansmith and Terry Hartle (try) to answer these and other questions in a live recorded episode. Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show Biden Plunges Into the Risky Politics of Student Loan Debt The Washington Post (sub. req.) | May 15, 2022 OPINION Student Debt Is Crushing. Canceling It for Everyone Is Still a Bad Idea. The New York Times (sub. req.) | May 14, 2022 Harder Than It Sounds Income-targeted Student Loan Forgiveness Invites a ‘Train Wreck’ Politico | May 13, 2022 White House May Limit Student Loan Relief to Incomes under $125,000, Psaki Says Forbes | May 3, 2022 U.S. Forgives $6.8 Billion in Public Service Worker Student Loans Bloomberg | May 4, 2022 Biden's Latest Student Debt Move Will Bring 3.6 Million Borrowers Closer to Loan Forgiveness CNN | April 29, 2022 Schumer Calls on Biden to Cancel $50,000 in Student Debt for All CNBC | September 21, 2021 Can Biden Cancel Student Debt? Depends Who You Ask Inside Higher Ed | August 11, 2021 <p> <em>​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired May 19, 2022<br></em></p><p>Almost everyone has an opinion about student loan forgiveness. But it's often more complicated than many think. There are seven federal student loan programs and 16 repayment options. Which programs might be included in the Biden administration's loan forgiveness plan, if it happens? When might it happen? With potentially 45 million borrowers involved, will the administration make a tradeoff between ease of implementation and the ability to target it? And with the midterms just six months away, what are the politics of loan forgiveness? Jon Fansmith and Terry Hartle (try) to answer these and other questions in a live recorded episode.<br></p><p> <br> </p><div class="ms-rtestate-read ms-rte-wpbox"><div class="ms-rtestate-notify ms-rtestate-read 668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" id="div_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on"></div><div id="vid_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on" style="display:none;"></div></div><p></p><p></p><p> <br>Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show:</p><p><a href="https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2022/05/15/biden-student-loan-forgive-cancel/" target="_blank">Biden Plunges Into the Risky Politics of Student Loan Debt</a><br><em>The Washington Post </em>(sub. req.) | May 15, 2022</p><p><a href="https://www.nytimes.com/2022/05/14/opinion/student-debt-cancel.html" target="_blank">OPINION: Student Debt Is Crushing. Canceling It for Everyone Is Still a Bad Idea.</a><br><em>The New York Times </em>(sub. req.) | May 14, 2022</p><p><a href="https://www.politico.com/news/2022/05/12/bidens-income-cap-student-loan-forgiveness-nightmare-implement-00031746" target="_blank">Harder Than It Sounds: Income-targeted Student Loan Forgiveness Invites a ‘Train Wreck’ </a><br><em>Politico</em> | May 13, 2022<br></p><p><a href="https://www.forbes.com/sites/joewalsh/2022/05/03/white-house-may-limit-student-loan-relief-to-incomes-under-125000-psaki-says/?sh=621b9cc04fdc" target="_blank">White House May Limit Student Loan Relief to Incomes under $125,000, Psaki Says</a><br><em>Forbes </em>| May 3, 2022</p><p><a href="https://finance.yahoo.com/news/u-forgives-6-8-billion-211549128.html" target="_blank">U.S. Forgives $6.8 Billion in Public Service Worker Student Loans</a><br>Bloomberg | May 4, 2022</p><p><a href="https://www.cnn.com/2022/04/19/politics/student-loan-debt-forgiveness-repayment/index.html" target="_blank">Biden's Latest Student Debt Move Will Bring 3.6 Million Borrowers Closer to Loan Forgiveness</a><br>CNN | April 29, 2022</p><p><a href="https://www.cnbc.com/2021/09/21/schumer-calls-on-biden-to-cancel-50000-in-student-debt-for-all-.html" target="_blank">Schumer Calls on Biden to Cancel $50,000 in Student Debt for All</a><br>CNBC | September 21, 2021</p><p><a href="https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2021/08/11/legal-experts-are-split-whether-biden-can-cancel-debt" target="_blank">Can Biden Cancel Student Debt? Depends Who You Ask</a><br><em>Inside Higher Ed </em>| August 11, 2021<br></p><p></p>Almost everyone has an opinion about student loan forgiveness. But it's often more complicated than many think. Jon Fansmith and Terry Hartle look at what might happen in the coming months. Podcast155/19/2022 4:00:00 AM9/12/2019 2:00:00 PM9/12/2019 1:06:48 PMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE General Content5/19/2022 3:47:33 PM
Creating Sustainable Business Models for the Post-Pandemic CampusCreating Sustainable Business Models for the Post-Pandemic Campushttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Sustainable-Business-Models-Post-Pandemic.aspxCreating Sustainable Business Models for the Post-Pandemic Campus<img alt="Photo of two colleagues collaborating at a desk in a bright office" src="/PublishingImages/Interior-Page-Heroes/sustainable-business-models.jpeg?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​May 18, June 1, June 15, and June 29 Institutions suffer from a lack of collective understanding around budget and finance—where does the money come from, and where does it go? As a result, institutions are unaware of their economic engines and the levers under their control to create more sustainable business models. This need to open up the black box of higher education finance becomes all the more urgent as institutions plan for the post-pandemic campus through shared leadership. This course will share best practices from the field regarding sustainable business models behind academic portfolios, student success initiatives, and administrative services. These best practices will be discussed within the framework of return on investment (ROI). Finally, participants will be invited to create action plans to support ROI approaches at their own institutions and increase their chances of moving to a longer-term, sustainable, and shared future vision.​​ <p> <strong>​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​May 18, June 1, June 15, and June 29</strong></p><p>Institutions suffer from a lack of collective understanding around budget and finance—where does the money come from, and where does it go? As a result, institutions are unaware of their economic engines and the levers under their control to create more sustainable business models. This need to open up the black box of higher education finance becomes all the more urgent as institutions plan for the post-pandemic campus through shared leadership. This course will share best practices from the field regarding sustainable business models behind academic portfolios, student success initiatives, and administrative services. These best practices will be discussed within the framework of return on investment (ROI). Finally, participants will be invited to create action plans to support ROI approaches at their own institutions and increase their chances of moving to a longer-term, sustainable, and shared future vision.​​<br></p>Learn about best practices from the field for sustainable business models. Participants will create action plans to support return on investment (ROI) approaches at their own institutions. Workshop205/18/2022 6:00:00 PM6/29/2022 7:30:00 PM2/5/2021 4:44:11 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page5/18/2022 3:23:39 PMETFalse
Public Policy Pop-Up: The Policy and Politics of Student Loan Forgivenesshttps://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_PMOhj5kbSGqfobBIbVq7Dg Public Policy Pop-Up: The Policy and Politics of Student Loan Forgivenesshttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/PPPU-Policy-Politics-Loan-Forgiveness.aspxPublic Policy Pop-Up: The Policy and Politics of Student Loan Forgiveness<img alt="Public Policy Pop-Up branding with graphic of microphone" src="/PublishingImages/branding/ppp-branding-tile-image.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​You are being redirected to the event registration page. If you are not automatically redirected, please click here​ . ​ <p>​​​​You are being redirected to the event registration page. If you are not automatically redirected, <a href="https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_PMOhj5kbSGqfobBIbVq7Dg" target="_blank">please click here​</a>. ​<br></p>Join ACE’s Terry W. Hartle and Jon Fansmith on May 16 to discuss the policy and politics of President Biden’s new student loan forgiveness initiatives as we move deeper into the campaign season. Webinar175/16/2022 5:00:00 PM5/16/2022 5:45:00 PM5/3/2022 8:11:02 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page5/16/2022 5:47:29 PMETFalse
Federal Dollars, Creative Leaders Help Two-Year Colleges Post-COVIDFederal Dollars, Creative Leaders Help Two-Year Colleges Post-COVIDhttps://www.acenet.edu/Pages/dotedu/64-Federal-Dollars-Creative-Leaders.aspxFederal Dollars, Creative Leaders Help Two-Year Colleges Post-COVID<img alt="Illustration for dotEDU podcast" src="/PublishingImages/Photo-Library/dot_edu_story_tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired May 6, 2022 Community colleges saw steep declines in enrollment during the​ pandemic. But creative leaders like President Bill Pink of Grand Rapids Community College are trying to reverse the trend. As he prepares to take on a new role as president at Ferris State University, Pink talks about how he used millions in federal and state dollars and other initiatives to invest in helping students continue their postsecondary journey and encourage access to college. Jon, Sarah, and Mushtaq also discuss the buzz around the White House’s plans for student loan forgiveness, the leaked Supreme Court opinion that could overturn abortion rights, and the status of U.S. research competitiveness legislation.​ ​​​ ​Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show U.S. Competitiveness Package Recent Developments, Anticipated Timeline and Conferees JD Supra | April 11, 2022 White House Officials Weigh Income Limits for Student Loan Forgiveness The Washington Post (sub. req.) | April 30, 2020 Supreme Court Has Voted to Overturn Abortion Rights, Draft Opinion Shows Politico | May 3, 2022 ​ Community College Students Make the Most of COVID-19 Federal Aid Ed Source | August 25, 2021 College Enrollment Decline Continues in Michigan, Though Two-Year Institutions Rebounded M Live (sub. req.) | January 14, 2022 Colleges Look to Attract Older Students Grand Rapids Business Journal | April 29, 2022 New Scholarship Available to Attend GRCC for Frontline Workers Ineligible for Federal Financial Aid M Live (sub. req.)| December 2, 2021 Why so Few Students Transfer From Community Colleges to Four-Year Universities The Hechinger Report | June 1, 2020 Patrick Lyoya fled Congo to Escape War. A Traffic Stop in Michigan Cost him his Life NPR | March 22, 2022​ <p> <em>​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired May 6, 2022<br></em></p><p>Community colleges saw steep declines in enrollment during the​ pandemic. But creative leaders like President Bill Pink of Grand Rapids Community College are trying to reverse the trend. As he prepares to take on a new role as president at Ferris State University, Pink talks about how he used millions in federal and state dollars and other initiatives to invest in helping students continue their postsecondary journey and encourage access to college. Jon, Sarah, and Mushtaq also discuss the buzz around the White House’s plans for student loan forgiveness, the leaked Supreme Court opinion that could overturn abortion rights, and the status of U.S. research competitiveness legislation.​</p><p><br></p><div class="ms-rtestate-read ms-rte-wpbox"><div class="ms-rtestate-notify ms-rtestate-read 668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" id="div_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on"></div><div id="vid_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on" style="display:none;"></div></div> ​​​ <p>​Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show:<br></p><p> <a target="_blank" href="https://www.jdsupra.com/legalnews/u-s-competitiveness-package-recent-3834206/">U.S. Competitiveness Package: Recent Developments, Anticipated Timeline and Conferees</a><br><em>JD Supra</em> | April 11, 2022</p><p> <a href="https://www.washingtonpost.com/us-policy/2022/04/30/white-house-student-loans/" target="_blank">White House Officials Weigh Income Limits for Student Loan Forgiveness</a><br><em>The Washington Post</em> (sub. req.) | April 30, 2020</p><p> <a href="https://www.politico.com/news/2022/05/02/supreme-court-abortion-draft-opinion-00029473" target="_blank">Supreme Court Has Voted to Overturn Abortion Rights, Draft Opinion Shows</a><br><em>Politico </em>| May 3, 2022<br></p> ​<a href="https://edsource.org/2021/community-college-students-make-the-most-of-covid-19-federal-aid/657654" target="_blank">Community College Students Make the Most of COVID-19 Federal Aid</a> <p> <i>Ed Source</i> | August 25, 2021</p><p> <a href="https://www.mlive.com/news/2022/01/college-enrollment-decline-continues-in-michigan-though-two-year-institutions-rebounded.html" target="_blank">College Enrollment Decline Continues in Michigan, Though Two-Year Institutions Rebounded</a><br><em>M Live</em> (sub. req.) | January 14, 2022</p><p> <a href="https://grbj.com/news/education/colleges-look-to-attract-older-students/" target="_blank">Colleges Look to Attract Older Students</a><br><em>Grand Rapids Business Journal</em> | April 29, 2022</p><p> <a href="https://www.mlive.com/news/grand-rapids/2021/11/new-scholarship-available-to-attend-grcc-for-frontline-workers-ineligible-for-federal-financial-aid.html" target="_blank">New Scholarship Available to Attend GRCC for Frontline Workers Ineligible for Federal Financial Aid</a><br><em>M Live</em> (sub. req.)| December 2, 2021</p><p> <a href="https://hechingerreport.org/why-so-few-students-transfer-from-community-colleges-to-four-year-universities/" target="_blank">Why so Few Students Transfer From Community Colleges to Four-Year Universities</a><br><em>The Hechinger Report</em> | June 1, 2020</p><p> <a href="https://www.npr.org/2022/04/22/1094104164/patrick-lyoya-shooting-grand-rapids-michigan" target="_blank">Patrick Lyoya fled Congo to Escape War. A Traffic Stop in Michigan Cost him his Life</a><br>NPR | March 22, 2022​<br></p>Community colleges saw steep declines in enrollment during the pandemic. Grand Rapids Community College Pres. Bill Pink shares how he used federal and state dollars to invest in helping students continue their college journey.Podcast155/5/2022 4:00:00 AM9/12/2019 2:00:00 PM9/12/2019 1:06:48 PMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE General Content5/11/2022 8:35:37 PM
ACE Transformation Labs Open House: Internationalization, Learner Success, and VE/COILhttps://players.brightcove.net/5209582031001/experience_62703f1dc5bc0a00207eb9ec/share.htmlACE Transformation Labs Open House: Internationalization, Learner Success, and VE/COILhttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Transformation-Labs-Open-House-2022.aspxACE Transformation Labs Open House<img alt="Transformation labs open house branding" src="/PublishingImages/branding/labs-open-house-2022.jpg?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />​​You are being redirected to the event recording. If you are not redirected, please click here​ . ​​ ​​You are being redirected to the event recording. If you are not redirected, <a href="https://players.brightcove.net/5209582031001/experience_62703f1dc5bc0a00207eb9ec/share.html" target="_blank">please click here​</a>. ​​ Learn about the ACE Transformation Labs: Internationalization Lab, Learner Success Lab, and Virtual Exchange/COIL Lab. Ask questions about the Lab experiences, application processes and deadlines, and more.Video354/26/2022 5:00:00 PM4/26/2022 6:00:00 PM3/25/2022 5:06:11 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page5/10/2022 5:52:10 PMETFalse
The Higher Ed Agenda as Congress Returns From Spring BreakThe Higher Ed Agenda as Congress Returns From Spring Breakhttps://www.acenet.edu/Pages/dotedu/63-Higher-Ed-Agenda-as-Congress-Returns.aspxThe Higher Ed Agenda as Congress Returns From Spring Break<img alt="Illustration for dotEDU podcast" src="/PublishingImages/Photo-Library/dot_edu_story_tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired April 21, 2021 Congress comes back to DC next week to a full agenda and an attention span increasingly absorbed by the midterm elections. What’s in store for higher education? Listen to Jon Fansmith and Terry Hartle discuss federal funding, the upcoming Title IX rule—which could break new ground on transgender students—the student loan repayment pause, and possible legislation to aid student mental health. Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show President’s Budget for FY 2023 Seeks to Double Pell Grants, but in a Multi-Year Process ACE New Title IX rules set to assert rights of transgender students The Washington Post (sub. req.) | March 30, 2022 Department of Education Announces Actions to Fix Longstanding Failures in the Student Loan Programs Department of Education | April 19, 2022 Biden's Student Loan Dilemma The New York Times (The Daily podcast) | April 18, 2022 Letter Urging Congress to Support Student Mental Health (PDF) ACE, AJC, Hillel, Collaborate on Summit to Combat Campus Antisemitism ACE <p> <em>​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired April 21, 2021<br></em></p><p>Congress comes back to DC next week to a full agenda and an attention span increasingly absorbed by the midterm elections. What’s in store for higher education? Listen to Jon Fansmith and Terry Hartle discuss federal funding, the upcoming Title IX rule—which could break new ground on transgender students—the student loan repayment pause, and possible legislation to aid student mental health. <br></p><p> <br> </p><div class="ms-rtestate-read ms-rte-wpbox"><div class="ms-rtestate-notify ms-rtestate-read 668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" id="div_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on"></div><div id="vid_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on" style="display:none;"></div></div><p></p><p></p><p> <br>Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show:</p><p><a href="/News-Room/Pages/Biden-FY-2023-Budget-Request.aspx">President’s Budget for FY 2023 Seeks to Double Pell Grants, but in a Multi-Year Process </a><br>ACE</p><p><a href="https://www.washingtonpost.com/education/2022/03/30/transgender-discrimination-title-ix-rule-students/" target="_blank">New Title IX rules set to assert rights of transgender students</a><br><em>The Washington Post </em>(sub. req.) | March 30, 2022</p><p><a href="https://www.ed.gov/news/press-releases/department-education-announces-actions-fix-longstanding-failures-student-loan-programs" target="_blank">Department of Education Announces Actions to Fix Longstanding Failures in the Student Loan Programs </a><br>Department of Education | April 19, 2022</p><p><a href="https://www.nytimes.com/2022/04/18/podcasts/the-daily/student-loan-pause-biden.html" target="_blank">Biden's Student Loan Dilemma</a><br><em>The New York Times</em> (The Daily podcast) | April 18, 2022</p><p><a href="/Documents/Letter-Congress-Student-Mental-Health-041322.pdf">Letter Urging Congress to Support Student Mental Health </a>(PDF)</p><p><a href="/News-Room/Pages/ACE-AJC-Hillel-Summit-Campus-Antisemitism.aspx">ACE, AJC, Hillel, Collaborate on Summit to Combat Campus Antisemitism </a><br>ACE</p><p></p>Congress comes back to DC next week to a full agenda and an attention span increasingly absorbed by the midterm elections. What’s in store for higher education? Podcast154/21/2022 4:00:00 AM9/12/2019 2:00:00 PM9/12/2019 1:06:48 PMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE General Content4/21/2022 6:47:33 PM
Public Policy Pop-Up: Loans, Laws, and Regulations Heading into the Summer/Pages/dotedu/63-Higher-Ed-Agenda-as-Congress-Returns.aspxPublic Policy Pop-Up: Loans, Laws, and Regulations Heading into the Summerhttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/PPPU-Loans-Laws-Regulations-Summer.aspxPublic Policy Pop-Up: Loans, Laws, and Regulations Heading into the Summer<img alt="Public Policy Pop Up branding" src="/PublishingImages/branding/ppp-branding-tile-image.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​​You are being redirected to a dotEdu podcast ​​​episode page. If you are not redirected, please click here​ . ​​ <p>​​​​​​You are being redirected to a dotEdu podcast ​​​episode page. If you are not redirected, <a href="/Pages/dotedu/63-Higher-Ed-Agenda-as-Congress-Returns.aspx">please click here​</a>. ​​</p>Hear ACE's Terry W. Hartle and Jon Fansmith discuss the Biden budget request for FY 2023, the latest pause on student loan repayments, and more. (Recording available.)Webinar174/18/2022 5:00:00 PM4/18/2022 5:45:00 PM4/8/2022 4:18:03 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page5/3/2022 7:50:03 PMETFalse
dotEDU Brief: Student Loan Repayment on Pause (Again); Is Double Pell in the Cards?dotEDU Brief: Student Loan Repayment on Pause (Again); Is Double Pell in the Cards?https://www.acenet.edu/Pages/dotedu/62-dotEDU-Brief.aspxdotEDU Brief: Student Loan Repayment on Pause (Again); Is Double Pell in the Cards?<img alt="Illustration for dotEDU podcast" src="/PublishingImages/Photo-Library/dot_edu_story_tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired April 7, 2021 Guest host Stephanie Giesecke from NAICU joins the podcast to talk about the Biden budget for the upcoming fiscal year and the prospects for increasing funding for Pell Grants. Also on the table the latest pause on student loan repayments and the Senate’s new COVID-19 relief bill, which likely will be offset by taking $500 million from the Department of Education’s Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund. Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show Fox caught on Capitol grounds and euthanized tests positive for rabies The Washington Post (sub. req.) | April 6, 2022 Biden-Harris Administration Extends Student Loan Pause Through August 31 Department of Education The President's FY 2023 Budget President’s Budget for FY 2023 Seeks to Double Pell Grants, but in a Multi-Year Process ACE | March 30, 2022 Senate punts $10 billion in Covid aid until after Easter amid stalemate over border policy Politico | April 7, 2022 <p> <em>​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired April 7, 2021<br></em></p><p>Guest host Stephanie Giesecke from NAICU joins the podcast to talk about the Biden budget for the upcoming fiscal year and the prospects for increasing funding for Pell Grants. Also on the table: the latest pause on student loan repayments and the Senate’s new COVID-19 relief bill, which likely will be offset by taking $500 million from the Department of Education’s Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund. <br></p><p> <br> </p><div class="ms-rtestate-read ms-rte-wpbox"><div class="ms-rtestate-notify ms-rtestate-read 668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" id="div_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on"></div><div id="vid_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on" style="display:none;"></div></div><p></p><p></p><p> <br>Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show:</p> <a href="https://www.washingtonpost.com/dc-md-va/2022/04/06/capitol-fox-euthanized-kits-found/" target="_blank">Fox caught on Capitol grounds and euthanized tests positive for rabies </a> <p><em>The Washington Post</em> (sub. req.) | April 6, 2022 </p><p></p> <a href="https://www.ed.gov/news/press-releases/biden-harris-administration-extends-student-loan-pause-through-august-31" target="_blank">Biden-Harris Administration Extends Student Loan Pause Through August 31 </a> <br>Department of Education <p></p> <p><a href="https://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/budget/" target="_blank">The President's FY 2023 Budget </a><br></p><p><a href="/News-Room/Pages/Biden-FY-2023-Budget-Request.aspx" target="_blank">President’s Budget for FY 2023 Seeks to Double Pell Grants, but in a Multi-Year Process</a><br>ACE | March 30, 2022 <br></p><p><a href="https://www.politico.com/news/2022/04/07/senate-covid-aid-border-policy-00023790" target="_blank">Senate punts $10 billion in Covid aid until after Easter amid stalemate over border policy </a><br><em>Politico</em> | April 7, 2022 <br></p>Guest host Stephanie Giesecke from NAICU joins the podcast to talk about the Biden budget for the upcoming fiscal year and the prospects for increasing funding for Pell Grants. Podcast154/7/2022 4:00:00 AM9/12/2019 2:00:00 PM9/12/2019 1:06:48 PMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE General Content4/15/2022 8:41:27 PM
2022 Trends in Learning Assessment and Evaluation2022 Trends in Learning Assessment and Evaluationhttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Trends-Learning-Assessment-Evaluation.aspx2022 Trends in Learning Assessment and Evaluation<img alt="Photo of students working on a vehicle in an automotive workshop" src="/PublishingImages/Interior-Page-Heroes/Student%20Design%20Center_IMG_9037.jpg?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​The nation’s colleges and universities are adapting to serve an ever more diverse student body with an education that promotes economic mobility and a robust democracy. Recognition of prior learning from non-college settings, such as apprenticeships, on-the-job training, military service, and even community service, is becoming a powerful tool to build bridges between higher education and a new generation of learners. Validating, documenting, and sharing learning across contexts is both an old art and a new science. Thoughtful leaders in education and training must balance the diversity of ways people are learning with our ability to ensure an equal standard of quality for interconnected learning.​ On March 30, join ACE and experts and practitioners who are leading the way in assessment trends. We'll explore the characteristics of the modern learner, top trends in assessing learning across contexts, and how assessment models can be successfully adapted to better meet the future needs of learners. <p>​​The nation’s colleges and universities are adapting to serve an ever more diverse student body with an education that promotes economic mobility and a robust democracy. Recognition of prior learning from non-college settings, such as apprenticeships, on-the-job training, military service, and even community service, is becoming a powerful tool to build bridges between higher education and a new generation of learners. <br></p><p>Validating, documenting, and sharing learning across contexts is both an old art and a new science. Thoughtful leaders in education and training must balance the diversity of ways people are learning with our ability to ensure an equal standard of quality for interconnected learning.​ </p><p>On March 30, join ACE and experts and practitioners who are leading the way in assessment trends. We'll explore the characteristics of the modern learner, top trends in assessing learning across contexts, and how assessment models can be successfully adapted to better meet the future needs of learners.<br></p>Join top experts for a lively discussion on the characteristics of the modern learner, top trends in assessing learning across contexts, and how assessment models can be adapted to better meet the future needs of learners. (Recording available.)Video353/30/2022 5:00:00 PM3/30/2022 6:00:00 PM2/1/2022 2:21:19 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page4/4/2022 4:28:27 PMETFalse
Combatting Employee Burnout and Improving Morale/Events/Pages/Strategies-Employee-Burnout-Morale.aspxCombatting Employee Burnout and Improving Moralehttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Workshop-Employee-Burnout-Morale.aspxCombatting Employee Burnout and Improving Morale<img alt="Photo of young professional working after hours in dark office" src="/PublishingImages/Interior-Page-Heroes/morale-webinar.jpg?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​You are being redirected to the landing page for the "Strategies to Combat Employee Burnout and Improve Morale" series. If you are not automatically redirected, please click here . <p>​​You are being redirected to the landing page for the "Strategies to Combat Employee Burnout and Improve Morale" series. If you are not automatically redirected, <a href="/Events/Pages/Strategies-Employee-Burnout-Morale.aspx">please click here</a>. <br></p>During this focused workshop—consisting of two two-hour sessions—learn to understand the roots of and consequences for burnout and explore ideas for creating a workplace condition that helps workers flourish. Workshop203/29/2022 4:00:00 PM3/29/2022 6:00:00 PM1/19/2022 8:51:17 PMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page3/24/2022 12:36:08 PMETFalse
Congress Springs Forward and Passes Spending Bill; New Regulations Coming Congress Springs Forward and Passes Spending Bill; New Regulations Coming https://www.acenet.edu/Pages/dotedu/61-Congress-Springs-Forward.aspxCongress Springs Forward and Passes Spending Bill; New Regulations Coming <img alt="Illustration for dotEDU podcast" src="/PublishingImages/Photo-Library/dot_edu_story_tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired March 25, 2022 ACE Senior Vice President Terry Hartle joins host Sarah Spreitzer to discuss Congress’s last-minute push to pass the FY 2022 omnibus spending package and what it means for higher education. Also on the agenda—which proposals Department of Education negotiators reached consensus on in the latest negotiated rulemaking session. Plus, they talk about higher ed’s priorities for innovation and competition legislation, how the United States is supporting Ukrainian students, and the resumption of student loan repayments. Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show Biden Signs Major Spending Bill That Includes $400 Increase for Pell Grants ACE DHS, State Announce Regulatory Changes to Attract More International Students and Scholars ACE FACT SHEET Biden-⁠Harris Administration Actions to Attract STEM Talent and Strengthen our Economy and Competitiveness White House Supreme Court Takes Affirmative Action Cases Inside Higher Ed | Jan. 24, 2022 <p> <em>​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired March 25, 2022<br></em></p><p>ACE Senior Vice President Terry Hartle joins host Sarah Spreitzer to discuss Congress’s last-minute push to pass the FY 2022 omnibus spending package and what it means for higher education. Also on the agenda—which proposals Department of Education negotiators reached consensus on in the latest negotiated rulemaking session. Plus, they talk about higher ed’s priorities for innovation and competition legislation, how the United States is supporting Ukrainian students, and the resumption of student loan repayments.<br></p><p> <br> </p><div class="ms-rtestate-read ms-rte-wpbox"><div class="ms-rtestate-notify ms-rtestate-read 668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" id="div_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on"></div><div id="vid_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on" style="display:none;"></div></div><p></p><p></p><p> <br>Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show:</p><p><a href="/News-Room/Pages/Biden-Signs-Major-Spending-Bill.aspx">Biden Signs Major Spending Bill That Includes $400 Increase for Pell Grants </a><br>ACE<br></p> <p></p> <p><a href="/News-Room/Pages/Admin-Announces-Regulatory-Changes-for-International-Students.aspx">DHS, State Announce Regulatory Changes to Attract More International Students and Scholars </a><br>ACE <br> </p><p><a href="https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/statements-releases/2022/01/21/fact-sheet-biden-harris-administration-actions-to-attract-stem-talent-and-strengthen-our-economy-and-competitiveness/" target="_blank">FACT SHEET: Biden-⁠Harris Administration Actions to Attract STEM Talent and Strengthen our Economy and Competitiveness </a><br>White House </p><p><span><a href="https://www.insidehighered.com/admissions/article/2022/01/24/supreme-court-will-hear-harvard-and-unc-affirmative-action-cases" target="_blank">Supreme Court Takes Affirmative Action Cases </a> <br> <em>Inside Higher Ed </em>| Jan. 24, 2022 </span><br> </p><p></p>ACE Senior Vice President Terry Hartle joins host Sarah Spreitzer to discuss Congress’s last-minute push to pass the FY 2022 omnibus spending package and what it means for higher education ED's final negotiated rulemaking session. Podcast153/25/2022 4:00:00 AM9/12/2019 2:00:00 PM9/12/2019 1:06:48 PMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE General Content4/19/2022 2:04:24 PM
Public Policy Pop-Up: Congress Springs Forward/Pages/dotedu/61-Congress-Springs-Forward.aspxPublic Policy Pop-Up: Congress Springs Forwardhttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/PPPU-Congress-Springs-Forward.aspxPublic Policy Pop-Up: Congress Springs Forward<img alt="Public Policy Pop-Up branding with graphic of microphone" src="/PublishingImages/branding/ppp-branding-tile-image.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​You are being redirected to the dotEdu podcast episode page. If you are not redirected, please click here​ . ​​​ <p>​​​​​You are being redirected to the dotEdu podcast episode page. If you are not redirected, <a href="/Pages/dotedu/61-Congress-Springs-Forward.aspx" target="_blank">please click here​</a>. ​​​<br><br></p>Join ACE’s Terry W. Hartle, Jon Fansmith, and Sarah Spreitzer to discuss higher education plans in the new spending bill passed last week by Congress and more. (Recording available)Webinar173/23/2022 5:00:00 PM3/23/2022 5:45:00 PM3/14/2022 9:43:41 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page4/19/2022 1:15:55 PMETFalse
Achieving Gender Equity Learning CirclesAchieving Gender Equity Learning Circleshttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/LC-Gender-Equity.aspxAchieving Gender Equity Learning Circles<img alt="Photo of woman wearing earbuds working on a laptop" src="/PublishingImages/Photo-Library/agile_admin_woman.jpg?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​If you are committed to redesigning policies and practices and creating cultures and systems in which women can thrive, join a learning circle. Be an active part of a group striving to become better change agents who authentically value work-life balance and seek to mitigate inequities for women through regular dialogue with a trusted group of diverse leaders. Despite gender parity in holding terminal degrees, research shows that women continue to be underrepresented and underpaid in higher education leadership, regularly encountering cultures and systems that perpetuate these inequities and create work environments that undervalue their talents and contributions. These experiences are particularly problematic at the intersection of gender, race, and age. Learning circle members will identify, reimagine, and help each other advance policies and practices that address important issues including flexible working conditions, child and elder care gaps, pay equity, and ways to champion women’s success and well-being within the academy. <p>​If you are committed to redesigning policies and practices and creating cultures and systems in which women can thrive, join a learning circle. Be an active part of a group striving to become better change agents who authentically value work-life balance and seek to mitigate inequities for women through regular dialogue with a trusted group of diverse leaders. <br></p><p>Despite gender parity in holding terminal degrees, research shows that women continue to be underrepresented and underpaid in higher education leadership, regularly encountering cultures and systems that perpetuate these inequities and create work environments that undervalue their talents and contributions. These experiences are particularly problematic at the intersection of gender, race, and age. </p><p>Learning circle members will identify, reimagine, and help each other advance policies and practices that address important issues including flexible working conditions, child and elder care gaps, pay equity, and ways to champion women’s success and well-being within the academy. </p>If you are committed to redesigning policies and creating a culture where women can thrive, join a learning circle. Identify, reimagine, and help others advance practices that address critical issues on campus.Learning Circle363/21/2022 4:00:00 AM3/21/2022 4:00:00 AM2/8/2022 7:55:02 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page3/24/2022 12:42:44 PMMarch 2022True
Sharing Leadership for Equity Learning CirclesSharing Leadership for Equity Learning Circleshttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/LC-Sharing-Leadership-Equity.aspxSharing Leadership for Equity Learning Circles<img alt="Photo of a woman in a suit laughing with colleagues in a conference room" src="/PublishingImages/Document-Tiles/SEL-report-2-cover-photo.jpg?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​If you are committed to individual and institutional transformative change toward equity on your campus, join a Sharing Leadership for Equity Learning Circle. Share and learn to center equity in every aspect of your work and confront the daily goals and challenges of leading for equity. Leveraging key concepts and tools from the shared equity leadership model , learning circle members will share and grow their expertise with peers who grapple with similar uncertainties in their diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) work. They will help one another identify and build shared values and practices necessary to navigate and achieve their respective DEI challenges and goals for transformation. Join to gain access to curated resources and build a powerful network of colleagues with a diversity of experiences, backgrounds, and identities. <p>​​​If you are committed to individual and institutional transformative change toward equity on your campus, join a Sharing Leadership for Equity Learning Circle. Share and learn to center equity in every aspect of your work and confront the daily goals and challenges of leading for equity. <br></p><p>Leveraging key concepts and tools from <a href="/Research-Insights/Pages/Diversity-Inclusion/Shared-Equity-Leadership.aspx">the shared equity leadership model</a>, learning circle members will share and grow their expertise with peers who grapple with similar uncertainties in their diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) work. They will help one another identify and build shared values and practices necessary to navigate and achieve their respective DEI challenges and goals for transformation. Join to gain access to curated resources and build a powerful network of colleagues with a diversity of experiences, backgrounds, and identities. </p> If you are committed to individual and institutional transformation toward campus equity, join a learning circle. Access curated resources and build a powerful network with a diversity of experiences.Learning Circle363/21/2022 4:00:00 AM3/21/2022 4:00:00 AM2/8/2022 5:44:35 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page3/24/2022 12:44:37 PMMarch 2022True
Baylor President on the Changing World of College AthleticsBaylor President on the Changing World of College Athleticshttps://www.acenet.edu/Pages/dotedu/60-Changing-World-of-College-Athletics.aspxBaylor President on the Changing World of College Athletics<img alt="Illustration for dotEDU podcast" src="/PublishingImages/Photo-Library/dot_edu_story_tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired March 17, 2022 With the thrill of March Madness in full swing, the dotEDU hosts are focusing their policy talk on all things sports. Linda Livingstone, president of basketball powerhouse Baylor University, joins the podcast to break down how the NCAA is working to change with the times, its recent shift on issues such as name, image and likeness (NIL), and how the recently adopted NCAA constitution will affect student-athletes moving forward. Jon, Sarah, and Mushtaq also discuss how institutions are helping Ukrainian students studying in the U.S., as well as the FY 2022 appropriations bill recently signed by President Biden and what that means for higher ed. Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show Biden Administration Extends Temporary Protected Status to Ukrainians in the U.S. Biden Signs Major Spending Bill That Includes $400 Increase for Pell Grants Open Academic Inquiry and Vigorous Debate Are Core Values of Higher Education, Organizations Write In Higher Education, New Educational Gag Orders Would Exert Unprecedented Control Over Teaching PEN America (Feb. 1, 2022) PEN America Index of Educational Gag Orders NCAA adopts interim name, image and likeness policy NCAA members approve new constitution President Livingstone’s Congressional Testimony “A Level Playing Field College Athletes’ Rights to Their Name, Image, and Likeness” House Committee on Energy and Commerce President Livingstone’s Written Testimony (PDF) <p> <em>​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired March 17, 2022<br></em></p><p>With the thrill of March Madness in full swing, the dotEDU hosts are focusing their policy talk on all things sports. Linda Livingstone, president of basketball powerhouse Baylor University, joins the podcast to break down how the NCAA is working to change with the times, its recent shift on issues such as name, image and likeness (NIL), and how the recently adopted NCAA constitution will affect student-athletes moving forward. Jon, Sarah, and Mushtaq also discuss  how institutions are helping Ukrainian students studying in the U.S., as well as the FY 2022 appropriations bill recently signed by President Biden and what that means for higher ed. <br></p><p> <br> </p><div class="ms-rtestate-read ms-rte-wpbox"><div class="ms-rtestate-notify ms-rtestate-read 668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" id="div_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on"></div><div id="vid_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on" style="display:none;"></div></div><p></p><p></p><p> <br>Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show:</p><p><a href="/News-Room/Pages/Higher-Ed-Groups-Urge-Support-for-Ukrainian-Students.aspx">Biden Administration Extends Temporary Protected Status to Ukrainians in the U.S. </a>  <br></p><p><a href="/News-Room/Pages/Biden-Signs-Major-Spending-Bill.aspx">Biden Signs Major Spending Bill That Includes $400 Increase for Pell Grants</a></p><p><a href="/News-Room/Pages/Groups-Issue-Statement-on-Open-Academic-Inquiry.aspx">Open Academic Inquiry and Vigorous Debate Are Core Values of Higher Education, Organizations Write </a><br></p><p><a href="https://pen.org/in-higher-education-new-educational-gag-orders/" target="_blank">In Higher Education, New Educational Gag Orders Would Exert Unprecedented Control Over Teaching</a><br>PEN America (Feb. 1, 2022)</p><p><a href="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Tj5WQVBmB6SQg-zP_M8uZsQQGH09TxmBY73v23zpyr0/edit" target="_blank">PEN America Index of Educational Gag Orders</a><br></p><p><a href="https://www.ncaa.org/news/2021/6/30/ncaa-adopts-interim-name-image-and-likeness-policy.aspx" target="_blank">NCAA adopts interim name, image and likeness policy<br></a></p><p><a href="https://www.ncaa.org/news/2022/1/20/media-center-ncaa-members-approve-new-constitution.aspx" target="_blank">NCAA members approve new constitution</a></p><p><a href="https://energycommerce.house.gov/committee-activity/hearings/hearing-on-a-level-playing-field-college-athletes-rights-to-their-name" target="_blank">President Livingstone’s Congressional Testimony: “A Level Playing Field: College Athletes’ Rights to Their Name, Image, and Likeness” </a><br>House Committee on Energy and Commerce<br></p><p><a href="https://energycommerce.house.gov/sites/democrats.energycommerce.house.gov/files/documents/Witness%20Testimony_Livingstone_CPC_2021.09.30.pdf" target="_blank">President Livingstone’s Written Testimony</a> (PDF)<br></p><p></p>Linda Livingstone joins the podcast to break down how the NCAA is working to change with the times, its recent shift on issues such as name, image and likeness, and how the recently adopted NCAA constitution will affect student-athletes moving forward.Podcast153/17/2022 4:00:00 AM9/12/2019 2:00:00 PM9/12/2019 1:06:48 PMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE General Content4/1/2022 5:37:49 PM
ACE2022 - ACE's Annual Meetinghttps://www.aceannualmeeting.org/?RefId=2022-Event-TileACE2022 - ACE's Annual Meetinghttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/ACE2022.aspxACE2022 - ACE's Annual Meeting<img alt="A picture of the San Diego skyline" src="/PublishingImages/branding/ace2022_website_backgrounds_teal_with_logo.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ACE2022 – the American Council on Education’s Annual Meeting – was held March 5-7, 2022 in San Diego, CA. ACE’s Annual Meeting is the country’s most distinguished higher education event, attracting nearly 2,000 presidents, senior executives, and other higher education leaders from all institutional types to explore fresh perspectives for practical solutions on campus, network with top leaders across all higher education sectors, and bring data-driven insights back to campus. <p class="ms-rteElement-P">ACE2022 – the American Council on Education’s Annual Meeting – was held March 5-7, 2022 in San Diego, CA. ACE’s Annual Meeting is the country’s most distinguished higher education event, attracting nearly 2,000 presidents, senior executives, and other higher education leaders from all institutional types to explore fresh perspectives for practical solutions on campus, network with top leaders across all higher education sectors, and bring data-driven insights back to campus.<br></p>ACE2022 – the American Council on Education’s Annual Meeting – was held March 5-7, 2022 in San Diego, CA. Annual Meeting183/5/2022 5:00:00 AM3/7/2022 5:00:00 AM5/22/2019 6:02:59 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page3/24/2022 12:46:01 PMFalse
Structures for Enacting Shared Equity LeadershipStructures for Enacting Shared Equity Leadershiphttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Enacting-Shared-Equity-Leadership.aspxStructures for Enacting Shared Equity Leadership<img alt="Photo of diverse small group of professionals meeting in a coference room" src="/PublishingImages/Interior-Page-Heroes/shared-equity-leadership.jpeg?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​Join the conversation with leading voices on equity and student success as they discuss ways to organize shared equity leadership on a variety of campuses. Expert panelists from ACE’s shared equity leadership study (PDF) will reflect on and share concepts from the new report Organizing Shared Equity Leadership Four Approaches to Structuring the Work (PDF). You will learn about Decisions and approaches to structuring shared leadership for equity How campus context can shape decisions about organization and structure The benefits and challenges of the campus structure of panelists Best practices in handling issues of accountability <p>​​Join the conversation with leading voices on equity and student success as they discuss ways to organize shared equity leadership on a variety of campuses. Expert panelists from ACE’s <a href="/Documents/Shared-Equity-Leadership-Work.pdf">shared equity leadership study</a> (PDF) will reflect on and share concepts from the new report <a href="/Documents/Shared-Equity-Leadership-Structures.pdf"><em>Organizing Shared Equity Leadership: Four Approaches to Structuring the Work</em></a> (PDF).<br></p><p>You will learn about: </p><ul><li>Decisions and approaches to structuring shared leadership for equity </li><li>How campus context can shape decisions about organization and structure </li><li>The benefits and challenges of the campus structure of panelists </li><li>Best practices in handling issues of accountability </li></ul>In this webinar on organizing for shared equity leadership, learn how campus context shapes the structure, best practices for decision-making around organizing, and handling issues of accountability. (Recording available.)Video353/2/2022 6:00:00 PM3/2/2022 7:15:00 PM2/3/2022 9:33:28 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page4/1/2022 6:01:41 PMETFalse
Title IX, DACA, Gainful Employment: New Rules Coming for Higher EdTitle IX, DACA, Gainful Employment: New Rules Coming for Higher Edhttps://www.acenet.edu/Pages/dotedu/59-New-Rules-Coming-for-Higher-Ed.aspxTitle IX, DACA, Gainful Employment: New Rules Coming for Higher Ed<img alt="Illustration for dotEDU podcast" src="/PublishingImages/Photo-Library/dot_edu_story_tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired February 24, 2021 Host Sarah Spreitzer and ACE Senior Vice President Terry Hartle discuss the myriad regulations waiting to be finalized at the Education Department and other federal agencies. They also look at where Congress is on legislation targeting competitiveness with China—and what that means for colleges and universities—funding bills for the fiscal year that’s already well underway, and the complicated prospects for getting anything done in Washington on the eve of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show House Passes America COMPETES Act Biden Still Touts Build Back Better, but What Does That Mean? The Washington Post (sub. req.) | Feb. 22, 2022 Senate Passes 3-Week Spending Bill, Averting Government Shutdown The New York Times (sub. req.) | Feb. 17, 2022 Biden Administration Expects to Unveil Title IX Proposals in April Politico | Dec. 15, 2021 ACE, 45 Other Groups Praise Biden Administration’s Effort to “Protect and Fortify” DACA Negotiated Rulemaking for Higher Education 2021-22 Department of Education <p> <em>​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired February 24, 2021<br></em></p><p>Host Sarah Spreitzer and ACE Senior Vice President Terry Hartle discuss the myriad regulations waiting to be finalized at the Education Department and other federal agencies. They also look at where Congress is on legislation targeting competitiveness with China—and what that means for colleges and universities—funding bills for the fiscal year that’s already well underway, and the complicated prospects for getting anything done in Washington on the eve of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. <br></p><p> <br> </p><div class="ms-rtestate-read ms-rte-wpbox"><div class="ms-rtestate-notify ms-rtestate-read 668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" id="div_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on"></div><div id="vid_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on" style="display:none;"></div></div><p></p><p></p><p> <br>Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show:</p><p><a href="/News-Room/Pages/House-Passes-America-COMPETES-Act.aspx">House Passes America COMPETES Act</a></p><p><a href="https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2022/02/18/biden-build-back-better-where/" target="_blank">Biden Still Touts Build Back Better, but What Does That Mean?</a><br><em>The Washington Post</em> (sub. req.) | Feb. 22, 2022</p><p><a href="https://www.nytimes.com/2022/02/17/us/politics/senate-spending-bill-shutdown.html" target="_blank">Senate Passes 3-Week Spending Bill, Averting Government Shutdown</a><br>The New York Times (sub. req.) | Feb. 17, 2022</p><p><a href="https://www.politico.com/news/2021/12/15/title-ix-proposals-april-524871" target="_blank">Biden Administration Expects to Unveil Title IX Proposals in April</a><br>Politico | Dec. 15, 2021</p><p><a href="/News-Room/Pages/ACE-Other-Groups-Comment-on-DACA-Draft-Rule.aspx">ACE, 45 Other Groups Praise Biden Administration’s Effort to “Protect and Fortify” DACA </a></p><p><a href="https://www2.ed.gov/policy/highered/reg/hearulemaking/2021/index.html?src=rn" target="_blank">Negotiated Rulemaking for Higher Education 2021-22</a><br>Department of Education<br></p><p></p>Host Sarah Spreitzer and ACE Senior Vice President Terry Hartle discuss the myriad regulations waiting to be finalized at the Education Department and other federal agencies. Podcast152/24/2022 5:00:00 AM9/12/2019 2:00:00 PM9/12/2019 1:06:48 PMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE General Content3/24/2022 12:51:54 PM
ACE/AIEA Internationalization Collaborative 2022ACE/AIEA Internationalization Collaborative 2022https://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/ACE-AIEA-Internationalization-Collaborative-2022.aspxACE/AIEA Internationalization Collaborative 2022<img alt="Picture of a young woman in a headscarf taking notes in class and smiling. " src="/PublishingImages/Interior-Page-Heroes/internat_collab_2021.jpeg?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​Mobilizing Synergies Between Internationalization and DEI For the past year, campus internationalization and DEI leaders have convened in an ACE community of practice to develop actionable strategies and programs that further equity, promote intercultural understanding, and foster belonging in a diverse campus community. This year’s Internationalization Collaborative will highlight the initiatives these thought leaders developed and implemented, explore successes and challenges, and examine tangible outcomes and next steps. In truly “collaborative” spirit, participants will be invited to workshop their own ideas and initiatives, and receive feedback and advice from campus executives on strategies for implementation. The work of this year’s Collaborative will inform an update to ACE’s 2008 publication, At Home in the World (PDF). <h2 style="margin-top:0px !important;">​Mobilizing Synergies Between Internationalization and DEI <br></h2><p>For the past year, campus internationalization and DEI leaders have convened in an ACE community of practice to develop actionable strategies and programs that further equity, promote intercultural understanding, and foster belonging in a diverse campus community.  This year’s Internationalization Collaborative will highlight the initiatives these thought leaders developed and implemented, explore successes and challenges, and examine tangible outcomes and next steps.  <br></p><p>In truly “collaborative” spirit, participants will be invited to workshop their own ideas and initiatives, and receive feedback and advice from campus executives on strategies for implementation.  The work of this year’s Collaborative will inform an update to ACE’s 2008 publication, <a href="/Documents/at-home-in-the-world.pdf" target="_blank">At Home in the World</a> (PDF).</p>This year’s Internationalization Collaborative highlighted initiatives that participating thought leaders developed and implemented; explored successes and challenges; and examined tangible outcomes and next steps.Summit212/23/2022 3:00:00 PM2/23/2022 6:00:00 PM10/5/2020 3:12:06 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page3/24/2022 12:52:59 PMETFalse
Public Policy Pop-Up: State of the (Higher Education) Union/Pages/dotedu/59-New-Rules-Coming-for-Higher-Ed.aspxPublic Policy Pop-Up: State of the (Higher Education) Unionhttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/PPPU-State-of-Higher-Ed-Union.aspxPublic Policy Pop-Up: State of the (Higher Education) Union<img alt="Public Policy Pop-Up branding with graphic of microphone" src="/PublishingImages/branding/ppp-branding-tile-image.png?RenditionID=9" width="536" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​You are being redirected to the dotEdu podcast episode page. If you are not automatically redirected, please click here .​ <p>​​​You are being redirected to the dotEdu podcast episode page. If you are not automatically redirected, <a href="/Pages/dotedu/59-New-Rules-Coming-for-Higher-Ed.aspx" target="_blank">please click here</a>.​</p><p><br></p>Join ACE’s Terry Hartle and Sarah Spreitzer to discuss what President Biden might talk about in his March 1 State of the Union address and more. (Recording available) Webinar172/22/2022 6:00:00 PM2/22/2022 6:45:00 PM2/14/2022 9:11:58 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page3/28/2022 6:11:01 PMETFalse
Busting the Ideal Worker Myth to Address Burnout and Morale/Events/Pages/Strategies-Employee-Burnout-Morale.aspxBusting the Ideal Worker Myth to Address Burnout and Moralehttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Webinar-Ideal-Worker-Myth-Morale.aspxBusting the Ideal Worker Myth to Address Burnout and Morale<img alt="Photo of young professional working after hours in dark office" src="/PublishingImages/Interior-Page-Heroes/morale-webinar.jpg?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​You are being redirected to the landing page for the "Strategies to Combat Employee Burnout and Improve Morale" series. If you are not redirected, please click here . <p>​​You are being redirected to the landing page for the "Strategies to Combat Employee Burnout and Improve Morale" series. If you are not redirected, <a href="/Events/Pages/Strategies-Employee-Burnout-Morale.aspx">please click here</a>. <br></p>The pandemic has exacerbated burnout and low morale in higher education. Learn to recognize when change is needed and get tactical advice. View the free webinar recording, and sign up for the focused workshop.Video352/15/2022 5:00:00 PM2/15/2022 6:00:00 PM1/19/2022 8:41:33 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page2/22/2022 3:03:48 PMET
Reimagining College Admissions Through an Equity LensReimagining College Admissions Through an Equity Lenshttps://www.acenet.edu/Pages/dotedu/58-Reimagining-College-Admissions.aspxReimagining College Admissions Through an Equity Lens<img alt="Illustration for dotEDU podcast" src="/PublishingImages/Photo-Library/dot_edu_story_tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired February 10, 2022 A number of reforms have been put on the table in recent years to make the college admissions process more equitable. But is focusing on one or two areas—say, test-optional admissions—enough to dramatically transform the process? Angel Pérez, CEO of the National Association for College Admission Counseling and Terri Taylor of Lumina Foundation visit the podcast to talk about how broad-based, systemic change and a deep examination of how the barriers arose is the only path to true change. The hosts open the show by talking about ACE’s new partnership with the Carnegie Foundation to develop the collaboration on the next incarnation of the Carnegie Classifications, and the latest higher education policy developments in Washington, DC. Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show The Carnegie Foundation and the American Council on Education Announce Partnership on the Carnegie Classifications for Institutions of Higher Education​ ​Toward a More Equitable Future for Postsecondary Access (PDF) The National Association for College Admission Counseling and the National Association of Student Financial Aid An Admissions Process Built for Racial Equity? This Report Imagines What It Would Look Like The Chronicle of Higher Education | Jan. 19, 2022 Higher ed groups offer bold ideas for ensuring racial equity as SCOTUS takes up new admissions case Medium | Feb. 1, 2022 A Racial Reckoning For College Access In America​ Forbes | Jan. 27, 2022​​ <p> <em>​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired February 10, 2022<br></em></p><p>A number of reforms have been put on the table in recent years to make the college admissions process more equitable. But is focusing on one or two areas—say, test-optional admissions—enough to dramatically transform the process? Angel Pérez, CEO of the National Association for College Admission Counseling and Terri Taylor of Lumina Foundation visit the podcast to talk about how broad-based, systemic change and a deep examination of how the barriers arose is the only path to true change. The hosts open the show by talking about ACE’s new partnership with the Carnegie Foundation to develop the collaboration on the next incarnation of the Carnegie Classifications, and the latest higher education policy developments in Washington, DC.<br></p><p> <br> </p><div class="ms-rtestate-read ms-rte-wpbox"><div class="ms-rtestate-notify ms-rtestate-read 668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" id="div_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on"></div><div id="vid_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on" style="display:none;"></div></div><p></p><p></p><p> <br>Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show:</p><p> <a href="/News-Room/Pages/Carnegie-ACE-Announce-Partnership-on-Classifications.aspx">The Carnegie Foundation and the American Council on Education Announce Partnership on the Carnegie Classifications for Institutions of Higher Education​</a></p><p> <a href="https://www.nacacnet.org/globalassets/images/about/lumina_report/nacac_nasfaa_lumina_report_0122_10.pdf" target="_blank">​Toward a More Equitable Future for Postsecondary Access (PDF)</a> <br>The National Association for College Admission Counseling and the National Association of Student Financial Aid </p><p> <a href="https://www.chronicle.com/article/an-admissions-process-built-for-racial-equity-this-report-imagines-what-it-would-look-like" target="_blank">An Admissions Process Built for Racial Equity? This Report Imagines What It Would Look Like</a><br>The Chronicle of Higher Education | Jan. 19, 2022</p><p> <a href="https://medium.com/p/79ff4fec6d4b" target="_blank">Higher ed groups offer bold ideas for ensuring racial equity as SCOTUS takes up new admissions case</a><br>Medium | Feb. 1, 2022</p> <p> <a target="_blank">A Racial Reckoning For College Access In America​</a><br>Forbes | Jan. 27, 2022​​<br></p><p></p>NACAC's Angel Pérez and Terri Taylor of Lumina Foundation visit the podcast to talk about how broad-based, systemic change is the only path to true change in college admissions. Podcast152/10/2022 5:00:00 AM9/12/2019 2:00:00 PM9/12/2019 1:06:48 PMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE General Content3/24/2022 12:54:28 PM
Advancing to Leadership Roles in Higher Education: A Conversation with Scholars Barbara Cozza and Ceceilia Parnther /Events/Pages/Womens-Leadership-Speaker-Series.aspxAdvancing to Leadership Roles in Higher Education: A Conversation with Scholars Barbara Cozza and Ceceilia Parnther https://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/WLSS-Advancing-Leadership-Roles.aspxAdvancing to Leadership Roles in Higher Education: A Conversation with Scholars Barbara Cozza and Ceceilia Parnther <img alt="Photo of two professional women talking at a table with an open laptop" src="/PublishingImages/Interior-Page-Heroes/Womens-Network-Speaker-Series.jpg?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​You are being redirected to the Women's Leadership Speaker Series page. If you are not automatically redirected, please click here . <p>​You are being redirected to the Women's Leadership Speaker Series page. If you are not automatically redirected, <a href="/Events/Pages/Womens-Leadership-Speaker-Series.aspx">please click here</a>. <br></p>The inaugural Women’s Leadership Speaker Series event featured a conversation with scholars Barbara Cozza and Ceceilia Parnther (St. John’s University), discussing their upcoming book, "Voices from Women Leaders on Success in Higher Education."Video352/8/2022 5:30:00 PM2/8/2022 7:00:00 PM1/26/2022 10:49:17 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page2/23/2022 5:10:53 PMET
Implementing What Works for Latino StudentsImplementing What Works for Latino Studentshttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Taking-Action-Race-Ethnicity-Higher-Education.aspxImplementing What Works for Latino Students<img alt="Photo of a young woman talking with a neighboring student in classroom setting" src="/PublishingImages/Interior-Page-Heroes/latino-students-hero.jpg?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> January 27, 2022 and February 3, 2022 Excelencia  in Education has identified and examined evidence-based practices that increase Latino student success. Learn from experts how to intentionally implement and advance programs and policies that increase Latino student success. Attendees will discuss tools to assess Latino student strengths and needs, identify metrics to determine program effectiveness, and focus on being intentional in serving Latino student populations through program sustainability and institutionalization.  This four-hour workshop (separated into two two-hour sessions) is geared toward administrators, faculty, and staff from institutions with an intentional focus on serving Latino and other post-traditional students, including student and academic affairs administrators; faculty working on student success initiatives; institutional research, planning, and assessment teams; and Title V program managers.  <p><strong>January 27, 2022 and February 3, 2022<br></strong></p><p> <strong class="ms-rteForeColor-1"></strong></p><p> <em>Excelencia </em>in Education has identified and examined evidence-based practices that increase Latino student success. Learn from experts how to intentionally implement and advance programs and policies that increase Latino student success. Attendees will discuss tools to assess Latino student strengths and needs, identify metrics to determine program effectiveness, and focus on being intentional in serving Latino student populations through program sustainability and institutionalization.  </p><p> This four-hour workshop (separated into two two-hour sessions) is geared toward administrators, faculty, and staff from institutions with an intentional focus on serving Latino and other post-traditional students, including student and academic affairs administrators; faculty working on student success initiatives; institutional research, planning, and assessment teams; and Title V program managers.  </p>Intentionally implement evidence-based programs and policies that increase Latino student success. This workshop addresses challenges and opportunities for an equitable approach to Latino student success. Workshop202/3/2022 7:00:00 PM2/3/2022 9:00:00 PM12/21/2020 2:27:28 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page3/24/2022 12:55:59 PMETFalse
Higher Ed in 2022: Unfinished Business and Election Year PoliticsHigher Ed in 2022: Unfinished Business and Election Year Politicshttps://www.acenet.edu/Pages/dotedu/57-Unfinished-Business-and-Election-Year-Politics.aspxHigher Ed in 2022: Unfinished Business and Election Year Politics<img alt="Illustration for dotEDU podcast" src="/PublishingImages/Photo-Library/dot_edu_story_tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired January 27, 2022 ACE Senior Vice President Terry Hartle joins hosts Jon Fansmith and Sarah Spreitzer of the ACE government relations team to discuss what Congress still needs to finish from 2021 (is Build Back Better really dead?) and look ahead to how the 2022 midterms could impact higher education policy. They also briefly consider what’s at stake in the Supreme Court’s decision to hear the diversity in admissions cases involving Harvard and UNC-Chapel Hill. Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show Supreme Court Takes Affirmative Action Cases Inside Higher Ed | Jan. 24, 2022 DHS, State Announce Regulatory Changes to Attract More International Students and Scholars FACT SHEET Biden-⁠Harris Administration Actions to Attract STEM Talent and Strengthen our Economy and Competitiveness <p> <em>​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired January 27, 2022<br></em></p><p>ACE Senior Vice President Terry Hartle joins hosts Jon Fansmith and Sarah Spreitzer of the ACE government relations team to discuss what Congress still needs to finish from 2021 (is Build Back Better really dead?) and look ahead to how the 2022 midterms could impact higher education policy.  They also briefly consider what’s at stake in the Supreme Court’s decision to hear the diversity in admissions cases involving Harvard and UNC-Chapel Hill. <br></p><p> <br> </p><div class="ms-rtestate-read ms-rte-wpbox"><div class="ms-rtestate-notify ms-rtestate-read 668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" id="div_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on"></div><div id="vid_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on" style="display:none;"></div></div><p></p><p></p><p> <br>Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show:</p><p><a href="https://www.insidehighered.com/admissions/article/2022/01/24/supreme-court-will-hear-harvard-and-unc-affirmative-action-cases" target="_blank">Supreme Court Takes Affirmative Action Cases</a><br>Inside Higher Ed | Jan. 24, 2022</p><p><a href="/News-Room/Pages/Admin-Announces-Regulatory-Changes-for-International-Students.aspx">DHS, State Announce Regulatory Changes to Attract More International Students and Scholars</a><br></p><p><a href="https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/statements-releases/2022/01/21/fact-sheet-biden-harris-administration-actions-to-attract-stem-talent-and-strengthen-our-economy-and-competitiveness/" target="_blank">FACT SHEET: Biden-⁠Harris Administration Actions to Attract STEM Talent and Strengthen our Economy and Competitiveness</a><br></p><p></p>ACE Senior Vice President Terry Hartle joins hosts Jon Fansmith and Sarah Spreitzer of the ACE government relations team to discuss what Congress still needs to finish from 2021. Podcast151/27/2022 5:00:00 AM9/12/2019 2:00:00 PM9/12/2019 1:06:48 PMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE General Content3/24/2022 12:58:29 PM
Higher Ed in 2022: Unfinished Business and Election-Year Politics/Pages/dotedu/57-Unfinished-Business-and-Election-Year-Politics.aspxHigher Ed in 2022: Unfinished Business and Election-Year Politicshttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/PPPU-Higher-Ed-in-2022.aspxHigher Ed in 2022: Unfinished Business and Election-Year Politics<img alt="Public Policy Pop-Up branded image" src="/PublishingImages/branding/ppp-branding-tile-image.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​You are being redirected to a dotEdu podcast episode page. If you are not redirected, please click here . ​ <p>​​You are being redirected to a dotEdu podcast episode page. If you are not redirected, <a href="/Pages/dotedu/57-Unfinished-Business-and-Election-Year-Politics.aspx">please click here</a>. ​<br><br></p>Join ACE’s Terry W. Hartle and Jon Fansmith to discuss what Congress still needs to finish from 2021 and look ahead to how this election year will impact higher education policy. (Recording available)Webinar171/24/2022 6:00:00 PM1/24/2022 6:45:00 PM1/14/2022 5:06:49 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page3/28/2022 6:11:48 PMETFalse
Debates on Critical Race Theory, Academic Freedom Are Not Going Away Debates on Critical Race Theory, Academic Freedom Are Not Going Away https://www.acenet.edu/Pages/dotedu/56-Debates-on-CRT-Academic-Freedom-Not-Going-Away.aspxDebates on Critical Race Theory, Academic Freedom Are Not Going Away <img alt="Illustration for dotEDU podcast" src="/PublishingImages/Photo-Library/dot_edu_story_tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired January 14, 2022 The dotEDU hosts discuss how Congress is trying to clean up the mess it left behind before the holiday break on a number of bills that could affect higher education in 2022, including the Build Back Better Act, which could impact the maximum Pell Grant, other federal spending bills, and the U.S. Innovation and Competition Act. Then Michelle Deutchman, executive director of the University of California National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement returns to the podcast to talk about a range of issues related to critical race theory, academic freedom and how presidents and campus leaders should be flexible and ready to engage. Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show Introduction Register for the ACE Annual Meeting Manchin’s $1.8 trillion spending offer appears no longer to be on the table The Washington Post (sub. req.) | Jan. 8, 2022 ​Conversation with Michelle Deutchman University of California National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement Curriculum Incentive Plan Prompts Political Backlash Inside Higher Ed | Jan. 7, 2022 When Professors Offend Students Classroom norms are changing. Where’s the line, and who decides? The Chronicle of Higher Education | Dec. 16, 2021 Civil Discourse Resources UC National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement First Amendment/Freedom of Expression Education Resources UC National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement UC National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement Events UC National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement Fellows Research ACLU challenge to HB 1775, OK “CRT bill” <p> <em>​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired January 14, 2022<br></em></p><p>The dotEDU hosts discuss how Congress is trying to clean up the mess it left behind before the holiday break on a number of bills that could affect higher education in 2022, including the Build Back Better Act, which could impact the maximum Pell Grant, other federal spending bills, and the U.S. Innovation and Competition Act. Then Michelle Deutchman, executive director of the University of California National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement returns to the podcast to talk about a range of issues related to critical race theory, academic freedom and how presidents and campus leaders should be flexible and ready to engage.  <br></p><p> <br> </p><div class="ms-rtestate-read ms-rte-wpbox"><div class="ms-rtestate-notify ms-rtestate-read 668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" id="div_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on"></div><div id="vid_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on" style="display:none;"></div></div><p></p><p></p><p> <br>Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show:</p><h4> Introduction</h4><p> <strong></strong> </p><p>Register for the <a href="http://www.aceannualmeeting.org/" target="_blank">ACE Annual Meeting</a><br></p><p><a href="https://www.washingtonpost.com/us-policy/2022/01/08/manchin-white-house-talks/" target="_blank">Manchin’s $1.8 trillion spending offer appears no longer to be on the table</a><br>The Washington Post (sub. req.) | Jan. 8, 2022<br></p><h4> ​Conversation with Michelle Deutchman</h4><p><a href="https://freespeechcenter.universityofcalifornia.edu/" target="_blank">University of California National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement</a></p><p><a href="https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2022/01/07/funds-faculty-revamping-courses-social-justice-lens" target="_blank">Curriculum Incentive Plan Prompts Political Backlash</a><br><em>Inside Higher Ed </em>| Jan. 7, 2022<br></p><p><a href="https://www.chronicle.com/article/when-professors-offend-students" target="_blank">When Professors Offend Students: Classroom norms are changing. Where’s the line, and who decides?</a><br><em>The Chronicle of Higher Education</em> | Dec. 16, 2021<br></p><p><a href="https://freespeechcenter.universityofcalifornia.edu/programs-and-resources/resource-materials/civil-discourse-resources/" target="_blank">Civil Discourse Resources</a><br>UC National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement</p><p><a href="https://freespeechcenter.universityofcalifornia.edu/programs-and-resources/resource-materials/first-amendment-freedom-of-expression-resources/" target="_blank">First Amendment/Freedom of Expression Education Resources</a><br>UC National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement</p><p><a href="https://freespeechcenter.universityofcalifornia.edu/programs-and-resources/events/" target="_blank">UC National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement Events</a><br></p><p><a href="https://freespeechcenter.universityofcalifornia.edu/programs-and-resources/fellows/" target="_blank">UC National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement Fellows Research </a><br></p><p><a href="https://www.aclu.org/legal-document/amended-complaint-6?redirect=legal-document/bert-v-o-connor-complaint" target="_blank">ACLU challenge to HB 1775, OK “CRT bill”</a><br></p><p></p>Michelle Deutchman, executive director of the University of California National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement returns to the podcast to talk about a range of issues related to critical race theory and academic freedom.Podcast151/14/2022 5:00:00 AM9/12/2019 2:00:00 PM9/12/2019 1:06:48 PMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE General Content3/24/2022 1:01:13 PM
2021 in Higher Education Policy (A Good Year, Not a Great One)2021 in Higher Education Policy (A Good Year, Not a Great One)https://www.acenet.edu/Pages/dotedu/55-2021-in-Higher-Education-Policy.aspx2021 in Higher Education Policy (A Good Year, Not a Great One)<img alt="Illustration for dotEDU podcast" src="/PublishingImages/Photo-Library/dot_edu_story_tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired Dec. 18, 2021 Hosts Jon Fansmith, Sarah Spreitzer, and Mushtaq Gunja talk about the restart of student loan repayments on Feb. 1, and how that pandemic-relief policy is related to the Biden administration’s broader pledge to cancel $10,000 in student debt. Jon is then joined by ACE Senior Vice President Terry Hartle, who reviews the higher education policy successes and failures of 2021, and what we can expect from Congress and the administration in 2022. Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show The ‘Charlie Brown Christmas Special’ Dancers You Most Want To Party With Five Thirty-Eight ​Secretary of Education, Miguel Cardona on Student Debt, Critical Race Theory, & Howard Housing Crisis The Future of Student Loan Forgiveness Nearly $40 Billion in Relief for Higher Education in Sight as Congress Nears Completion on COVID-19 Bill Reconciliation Framework Increases Maximum Pell Grant, Cuts Free Community College Biden Administration Outlines Policies to Support International Education; Travel to the U.S. Begins to Ease for International Students​ <p> <em>​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired Dec. 18, 2021<br></em></p><p>Hosts Jon Fansmith, Sarah Spreitzer, and Mushtaq Gunja talk about the restart of student loan repayments on Feb. 1, and how that pandemic-relief policy is related to the Biden administration’s broader pledge to cancel $10,000 in student debt. Jon is then joined by ACE Senior Vice President Terry Hartle, who reviews the higher education policy successes and failures of 2021, and what we can expect from Congress and the administration in 2022. <br></p><p> <br> </p><div class="ms-rtestate-read ms-rte-wpbox"><div class="ms-rtestate-notify ms-rtestate-read 668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" id="div_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on"></div><div id="vid_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on" style="display:none;"></div></div><p></p><p></p><p> <br>Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show:</p><p><a href="https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/the-a-charlie-brown-christmas-special-dancers-you-most-want-to-party-with/" target="_blank">The ‘Charlie Brown Christmas Special’ Dancers You Most Want To Party With</a><br>Five Thirty-Eight</p><p></p> <p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lIQ5CHsyACA" target="_blank">​Secretary of Education, Miguel Cardona on Student Debt, Critical Race Theory, & Howard Housing Crisis</a><br></p><p><a href="/Pages/dotedu/54-The-Future-of-Student-Loan-Forgiveness.aspx">The Future of Student Loan Forgiveness</a></p><p><a href="/News-Room/Pages/40-Billion-Relief-Higher-Education-Nears-Completion-COVID-19-Bill.aspx">Nearly $40 Billion in Relief for Higher Education in Sight as Congress Nears Completion on COVID-19 Bill</a></p><p><a href="/News-Room/Pages/Reconciliation-Framework-Increases-Max-Pell-Grant.aspx">Reconciliation Framework Increases Maximum Pell Grant, Cuts Free Community College</a></p><p><a href="/News-Room/Pages/Biden-Admin-International-Student-Policies.aspx">Biden Administration Outlines Policies to Support International Education; Travel to the U.S. Begins to Ease for International Students​</a><br></p><p></p>ACE Senior Vice President Terry Hartle reviews the higher education policy successes and failures of 2021, and what we can expect from Congress and the administration in 2022. Podcast1512/16/2021 5:00:00 AM9/12/2019 2:00:00 PM9/12/2019 1:06:48 PMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE General Content3/24/2022 1:02:16 PM
Public Policy Pop-Up: The Year in Higher Education Policy/Pages/dotedu/55-2021-in-Higher-Education-Policy.aspxPublic Policy Pop-Up: The Year in Higher Education Policyhttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/PPPU-Year-in-Higher-Ed-Policy.aspxPublic Policy Pop-Up: The Year in Higher Education Policy<img alt="Image that reads Public Policy Pop Up with a graphic of a microphone. " src="/PublishingImages/branding/ppp-branding-tile-image.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />​You are being redirected to the dotEdu podcast episode page. ​If you are not automatically redirected, please click here .​ ​You are being redirected to the dotEdu podcast episode page. ​If you are not automatically redirected, <a href="/Pages/dotedu/55-2021-in-Higher-Education-Policy.aspx">please click here</a>.​<br><br>Join ACE’s Jon Fansmith and Terry Hartle to review a momentous year for students and higher education institutions and discuss what 2021 meant for higher education policy. (Recording available)Webinar1712/13/2021 6:00:00 PM12/13/2021 6:45:00 PM12/2/2021 9:28:42 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page3/28/2022 6:20:59 PMETFalse
The Future of Student Loan Forgiveness The Future of Student Loan Forgiveness https://www.acenet.edu/Pages/dotedu/54-The-Future-of-Student-Loan-Forgiveness.aspxThe Future of Student Loan Forgiveness <img alt="Illustration for dotEDU podcast" src="/PublishingImages/Photo-Library/dot_edu_story_tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired December 2, 2​​021 The hosts talk about the pressing items members of Congress need to wrap up before the end of the year, including a deal on a bill to fund the government. They then dive into a lively discussion with Justin Draeger, president and CEO of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA), about student loan forgiveness and other topics important to borrowers. ​ Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show Policy Direction on Federal Student Loan Servicing from ED Undersecretary Ted Mitchell Navient, With Six Million Borrowers, Asks to Stop Servicing Federal Student Loans The New York Times (sub. req.) | Sept. 28, 2021 Biden Quietly Deciding How to Restart Student Loan Payments ​ Politico | Oct. 18, 2021 Biden's $11.5 Billion In Student Loan Forgiveness Some Is Automatic, Some Is Not. Here's A Breakdown. Forbes | Nov. 2, 2021 Examining the Implementation of COVID-19 Education Funds House Education and Labor Committee Hearing | Nov. 17, 2021 Oversight of Higher Ed COVID-19 Funds Inside Higher Ed | Nov. 18, 2021 Off the Cuff – NASFAA Podcast ​ <p> <em>​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired December 2, 2​​021<br></em></p><p>The hosts talk about the pressing items members of Congress need to wrap up before the end of the year, including a deal on a bill to fund the government. They then dive into a lively discussion with Justin Draeger, president and CEO of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA), about student loan forgiveness and other topics important to borrowers. ​<br></p><p> <br> </p><div class="ms-rtestate-read ms-rte-wpbox"><div class="ms-rtestate-notify ms-rtestate-read 668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" id="div_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on"></div><div id="vid_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on" style="display:none;"></div></div><p></p><p></p><p> <br>Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show:</p><p> <a href="https://www2.ed.gov/documents/press-releases/loan-servicing-policy-memo.pdf" target="_blank">Policy Direction on Federal Student Loan Servicing from ED Undersecretary Ted Mitchell</a></p><p> <a href="https://www.nytimes.com/2021/09/28/business/navient-student-loans.html" target="_blank">Navient, With Six Million Borrowers, Asks to Stop Servicing Federal Student Loans</a><br><em>The New York Times</em> (sub. req.) | Sept. 28, 2021</p><p> <a href="https://www.politico.com/news/2021/10/18/biden-student-loan-payment-restart-516194" target="_blank">Biden Quietly Deciding How to Restart Student Loan Payments</a>​<br><em>Politico</em> | Oct. 18, 2021</p><p> <a href="https://www.forbes.com/sites/adamminsky/2021/11/02/bidens-115-billion-in-student-loan-forgiveness-some-is-automatic-some-is-not-heres-a-breakdown/?sh=5126bc607b70" target="_blank">Biden's $11.5 Billion In Student Loan Forgiveness: Some Is Automatic, Some Is Not. Here's A Breakdown.</a><br><em>Forbes </em>| Nov. 2, 2021</p><p> <a href="https://edlabor.house.gov/hearings/examining-the-implementation-of-covid-19-education-funds" target="_blank">Examining the Implementation of COVID-19 Education Funds</a><br>House Education and Labor Committee Hearing | Nov. 17, 2021</p><p> <a href="https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2021/11/18/kvaal-outlines-impact-covid-19-funding-higher-education" target="_blank">Oversight of Higher Ed COVID-19 Funds</a><br><em>Inside Higher Ed</em> | Nov. 18, 2021</p><p> <a href="https://www.nasfaa.org/off_the_cuff" target="_blank">Off the Cuff – NASFAA Podcast</a>​<br></p><p></p>Justin Draeger, president and CEO of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators, comes on the podcast to talk about student loan forgiveness and other topics important to borrowers. Podcast1512/2/2021 5:00:00 AM9/12/2019 2:00:00 PM9/12/2019 1:06:48 PMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE General Content3/24/2022 1:03:57 PM
End of Year Countdown: What’s on the Congressional Agenda for Students and CollegesEnd of Year Countdown: What’s on the Congressional Agenda for Students and Collegeshttps://www.acenet.edu/Pages/dotedu/53-End-of-Year-Countdown.aspxEnd of Year Countdown: What’s on the Congressional Agenda for Students and Colleges<img alt="Illustration for dotEDU podcast" src="/PublishingImages/Photo-Library/dot_edu_story_tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired Nov. 19, 2021 In this live conversation, hosts Jon Fansmith and Sarah Spreitzer discuss the status of the Build Back Better Act—the budget reconciliation bill that enacts a large chunk of the Biden administration’s domestic agenda—legislation dealing with competition with China, a House hearing on the education sector’s use of COVID-19 emergency relief funds, and more as Congress pushes toward the end of the year with a lengthy to-do list. ​ Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show House Moves Forward on Build Back Better Act, Passes Infrastructure Bill First Look Use of Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds (HEERF) at U.S. Colleges and Universities House Education and Labor Subcommittee Hearing Examining the Implementation of COVID-19 Education Funds Biden Administration Announces New Vaccine Rules for Public and Private Sectors U.S. Higher Education Community Calls for a Return to Pre-COVID 19 International Student Enrollment Numbers <p> <em>​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired Nov. 19, 2021<br></em></p><p>In this live conversation, hosts Jon Fansmith and Sarah Spreitzer discuss the status of the Build Back Better Act—the budget reconciliation bill that enacts a large chunk of the Biden administration’s domestic agenda—legislation dealing with competition with China, a House hearing on the education sector’s use of COVID-19 emergency relief funds, and more as Congress pushes toward the end of the year with a lengthy to-do list. ​<br></p><p> <br> </p><div class="ms-rtestate-read ms-rte-wpbox"><div class="ms-rtestate-notify ms-rtestate-read 668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" id="div_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on"></div><div id="vid_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on" style="display:none;"></div></div><p></p><p></p><p> <br>Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show:</p><p><a href="/News-Room/Pages/House-Moves-Forward-on-BBB-Act-Passes-Infrastructure.aspx">House Moves Forward on Build Back Better Act, Passes Infrastructure Bill</a></p><p><a href="/Research-Insights/Pages/Senior-Leaders/Presidents-Survey-HEERF.aspx">First Look: Use of Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds (HEERF) at U.S. Colleges and Universities</a></p><p><a href="https://edlabor.house.gov/hearings/examining-the-implementation-of-covid-19-education-funds" target="_blank">House Education and Labor Subcommittee Hearing: Examining the Implementation of COVID-19 Education Funds</a></p><p><a href="/News-Room/Pages/Biden-Admin-New-Vaccine-Rules.aspx">Biden Administration Announces New Vaccine Rules for Public and Private Sectors</a></p><p><a href="/News-Room/Pages/Higher-Ed-Calls-for-Pre-COVID-International-Numbers.aspx">U.S. Higher Education Community Calls for a Return to Pre-COVID 19 International Student Enrollment Numbers</a><br></p><p></p>In this live conversation, hosts Jon Fansmith and Sarah Spreitzer discuss the status of the Build Back Better Act and more as Congress pushes toward the end of the year with a lengthy to-do list. ​Podcast1511/19/2021 5:00:00 AM9/12/2019 2:00:00 PM9/12/2019 1:06:48 PMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE General Content3/25/2022 6:05:34 PM
Public Policy Pop-Up: Is the Budget Reconciliation Bill Good for Higher Ed?/Pages/dotedu/53-End-of-Year-Countdown.aspxPublic Policy Pop-Up: Is the Budget Reconciliation Bill Good for Higher Ed?https://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Public-Policy-Pop-Up-Budget-Reconciliation-Framework-Higher-Ed.aspxPublic Policy Pop-Up: Is the Budget Reconciliation Bill Good for Higher Ed?<img alt="Picture of a microphone and the words "Public Policy Pop Up"" src="/PublishingImages/branding/ppp-branding-tile-image.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​You are being redirected to the dotEdu podcast episode page. If you are not redirected, please click here​ . <p>​​You are being redirected to the dotEdu podcast episode page. If you are not redirected, <a href="/Pages/dotedu/53-End-of-Year-Countdown.aspx" target="_blank">please click here​</a>. <br></p><h2><br></h2>Join ACE’s government relations team to examine the higher education provisions in the Build Back Better Act and the to-do list for Congress and the Biden administration as the end of 2021 approaches. (Recording available)Webinar1711/15/2021 6:00:00 PM11/15/2021 6:45:00 PM11/4/2021 6:22:54 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page3/28/2022 6:13:59 PMETFalse
Apprenticeships: Building Bridges Between Colleges and EmployersApprenticeships: Building Bridges Between Colleges and Employershttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Apprenticeships-Bridges-Colleges-Employers.aspxApprenticeships: Building Bridges Between Colleges and Employers<img alt="Picture of a student and professor working in a lab" src="/PublishingImages/branding/Apprenticeship-Pathways.jpg?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> The American Council on Education (ACE) Apprenticeship Pathways project expands the range of alternative educational experiences eligible for college credit and leverages the impact of high-quality apprenticeships. Join ACE for a moderated discussion with real-life examples from industry leaders and postsecondary institutions that are building bridges via apprenticeships. These concrete examples will highlight how apprenticeship providers and educational institutions are providing pathways for apprentices to put their learning to work by applying knowledge and skills gained directly to degrees, certificates, and career opportunities. For more information about this event or the ACE Apprenticeship Pathways project, please visit the Apprenticeship Pathways project page . <p> The American Council on Education (ACE) <a href="/Programs-Services/Pages/Credit-Transcripts/Apprenticeship-Pathways.aspx">Apprenticeship Pathways project</a> expands the range of alternative educational experiences eligible for college credit and leverages the impact of high-quality apprenticeships. </p><p>Join ACE for a moderated discussion with real-life examples from industry leaders and postsecondary institutions that are building bridges via apprenticeships. These concrete examples will highlight how apprenticeship providers and educational institutions are providing pathways for apprentices to put their learning to work by applying knowledge and skills gained directly to degrees, certificates, and career opportunities.</p><p>For more information about this event or the ACE Apprenticeship Pathways project, <a href="/Programs-Services/Pages/Credit-Transcripts/Apprenticeship-Pathways.aspx">please visit the Apprenticeship Pathways project page</a>.<br></p>Join ACE for a moderated discussion with real-life examples from industry leaders and postsecondary institutions that are building bridges via apprenticeships.Video3511/9/2021 6:00:00 PM11/9/2021 7:30:00 PM9/22/2021 8:12:05 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page3/11/2022 8:58:54 PMET
Higher Ed Waits for Congress to Act; ACE Takes Pulse of College PresidentsHigher Ed Waits for Congress to Act; ACE Takes Pulse of College Presidentshttps://www.acenet.edu/Pages/dotedu/52-Higher-Ed-Waits-for-Congress.aspxHigher Ed Waits for Congress to Act; ACE Takes Pulse of College Presidents<img alt="Illustration for dotEDU podcast" src="/PublishingImages/Photo-Library/dot_edu_story_tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired Nov. 4, 2021 With the House heading toward a vote on the Biden administration's domestic spending plan, the hosts talk about what is in the bill for higher education—and what has been left out. They also speak with Morgan Taylor about ACE's latest Pulse Point survey, where college presidents identified their most pressing concerns enrollment, campus mitigation strategies for COVID-19, supporting individuals affected by the crisis in Afghanistan, and addressing student mental health.​ Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show Reconciliation Framework Increases Maximum Pell Grant, Cuts Free Community College 2021 Fall Term Pulse Point Survey of College and University Presidents​ <p> <em>​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired Nov. 4, 2021<br></em></p><p>With the House heading toward a vote on the Biden administration's domestic spending plan, the hosts talk about what is in the bill for higher education—and what has been left out. They also speak with Morgan Taylor about ACE's latest Pulse Point survey, where college presidents identified their most pressing concerns: enrollment, campus mitigation strategies for COVID-19, supporting individuals affected by the crisis in Afghanistan, and addressing student mental health.​<br></p><p> <br> </p><div class="ms-rtestate-read ms-rte-wpbox"><div class="ms-rtestate-notify ms-rtestate-read 668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" id="div_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on"></div><div id="vid_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on" style="display:none;"></div></div><p></p><p></p><p> <br>Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show:</p><p><a href="/News-Room/Pages/Reconciliation-Framework-Increases-Max-Pell-Grant.aspx">Reconciliation Framework Increases Maximum Pell Grant, Cuts Free Community College</a></p><p><a href="/Research-Insights/Pages/Senior-Leaders/Presidents-Survey-Fall-2021.aspx">2021 Fall Term Pulse Point Survey of College and University Presidents​</a><br></p> <p></p>With the House heading toward a vote on the Biden administration’s domestic spending plan, the hosts talk about what is in the bill for higher education and speak with Morgan Taylor about ACE’s latest Pulse Point survey of college presidents. Podcast1511/4/2021 4:00:00 AM9/12/2019 2:00:00 PM9/12/2019 1:06:48 PMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE General Content3/24/2022 1:07:45 PM
Roundtable on the Gendered Impact of COVID-19Roundtable on the Gendered Impact of COVID-19https://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Gendered-Impact-of-COVID-19.aspxRoundtable on the Gendered Impact of COVID-19<img alt="Picture of the Engage logo. " src="/PublishingImages/branding/engage-web-tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​​​​​​​You are invited to join a roundtable discussion on the gendered impact of COVID-19. Weigh in as we dissect the challenges, discuss how higher education has begun to address the resulting inequities, and identify critical next steps college and university leaders need to take. The discussion will build on the 2020 collaboration​ , during which researchers, sociologists, and members of the ACE Women’s Network unpacked the gendered nuances that COVID-19 presented for women. Eighteen months into the ongoing pandemic, these inequities continue to grow in complexity and severity. Join the panel of experts who will frame the discussion with roundtable participants. You will then have the opportunity to share ideas, concerns, and experiences in breakout groups before arriving at an action plan for closing the gender inequity gap. ​ Panelists <p>​​​​​​​​​​​You are invited to join a roundtable discussion on the gendered impact of COVID-19. Weigh in as we dissect the challenges, discuss how higher education has begun to address the resulting inequities, and identify critical next steps college and university leaders need to take. The discussion will build on the <a href="https://vimeo.com/424085838/aa0da584dd" target="_blank">2020 collaboration​</a>, during which researchers, sociologists, and members of the ACE Women’s Network unpacked the gendered nuances that COVID-19 presented for women. Eighteen months into the ongoing pandemic, these inequities continue to grow in complexity and severity. Join the panel of experts who will frame the discussion with roundtable participants. You will then have the opportunity to share ideas, concerns, and experiences in breakout groups before arriving at an action plan for closing the gender inequity gap. ​<br></p><h2>Panelists<br></h2>Explore the gendered impact of COVID-19, dissect the challenges, learn how higher education has begun to address the resulting inequities, and identify critical next steps college and university leaders need to take.Video3511/1/2021 4:30:00 PM11/1/2021 6:00:00 PM9/27/2021 8:01:12 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page3/11/2022 8:02:43 PMET
Capitol Hill Fall Showdown: Will Higher Ed Get Left Behind?Capitol Hill Fall Showdown: Will Higher Ed Get Left Behind?https://www.acenet.edu/Pages/dotedu/51-Capitol-Hill-Fall-Showdown.aspxCapitol Hill Fall Showdown: Will Higher Ed Get Left Behind?<img alt="Illustration for dotEDU podcast" src="/PublishingImages/Photo-Library/dot_edu_story_tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired October 21, 2021 As Congress attempts to finish the budget reconciliation bill, a number of provisions in the social spending measure are in danger of being cut. Terry Hartle and Jon Fansmith look at what we know so far, as well as the future of Public Service Loan Forgiveness and the president's order mandating COVID-19 vaccinations for federal contractors. Sarah Spreitzer kicks the episode off with a chat about lifting the COVID-19 travel ban, which should ease travel to the U.S. for international students and scholars. Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show​ ACE, Higher Ed Groups Urge Flexibility for International Students as COVID-19 Travel Ban is Lifted Welcome.us What Colleges and Universities Need to Know About the Biden Vaccine Mandate for Federal Contractors (Issue Brief) Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program Not Living Up to Its Name CBS News “60 Minutes"​ <p> <em>​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired October 21, 2021<br></em></p><p>As Congress attempts to finish the budget reconciliation bill, a number of provisions in the social spending measure are in danger of being cut. Terry Hartle and Jon Fansmith look at what we know so far, as well as the future of Public Service Loan Forgiveness and the president's order mandating COVID-19 vaccinations for federal contractors. Sarah Spreitzer kicks the episode off with a chat about lifting the COVID-19 travel ban, which should ease travel to the U.S. for international students and scholars.<br> </p><p> <br> </p><div class="ms-rtestate-read ms-rte-wpbox"><div class="ms-rtestate-notify ms-rtestate-read 668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" id="div_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on"></div><div id="vid_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on" style="display:none;"></div></div><p></p><p></p><p> <br>Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show:​</p><p><a href="/News-Room/Pages/Vaccine-Flexibility-for-International-Students.aspx">ACE, Higher Ed Groups Urge Flexibility for International Students as COVID-19 Travel Ban is Lifted</a></p><p><a href="https://welcome.us/" target="_blank">Welcome.us</a></p><p><a href="/News-Room/Pages/ACE-Issue-Brief-on-Biden-Vaccine-Mandate.aspx">What Colleges and Universities Need to Know About the Biden Vaccine Mandate for Federal Contractors (Issue Brief)</a></p><p><a href="https://www.cbsnews.com/news/student-loan-debt-forgiveness-public-service-60-minutes-2021-10-03/" target="_blank">Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program Not Living Up to Its Name</a><br>CBS News “60 Minutes"​<br></p><p></p>he hosts look at what we know so far about the higher ed provisions in the budget reconciliation bill, the future of Public Service Loan Forgiveness, and the president's order mandating COVID-19 vaccinations for federal contractors.Podcast1510/21/2021 4:00:00 AM9/12/2019 2:00:00 PM9/12/2019 1:06:48 PMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE General Content3/24/2022 1:09:47 PM
Using Drivers of Change to Create Future-Informed StrategyUsing Drivers of Change to Create Future-Informed Strategyhttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Drivers-of-Change-Informed-Strategy.aspxUsing Drivers of Change to Create Future-Informed Strategy<img alt="ACE Engage branding" src="/PublishingImages/branding/engage-web-hero.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​​​The higher education landscape is rapidly and constantly changing, and its leaders need to stay informed about what is on the horizon and how it could impact their students, institutions, and communities. To gain insights necessary to make strong, future-informed decisions, leaders must examine drivers of change and anticipate what lies ahead. Join an interactive webinar with three futurists to hear about how they apply futures thinking to higher education. The discussion will consider implications for strategic decisions that senior leaders of colleges and universities will need to make in the coming years and explore drivers of change that shape learning. This webinar and video series​ created in collaboration with KnowledgeWorks​. ​ <p>​​​​​​​The higher education landscape is rapidly and constantly changing, and its leaders need to stay informed about what is on the horizon and how it could impact their students, institutions, and communities. To gain insights necessary to make strong, future-informed decisions, leaders must examine drivers of change and anticipate what lies ahead. <br></p><p>Join an interactive webinar with three futurists to hear about how they apply futures thinking to higher education. The discussion will consider implications for strategic decisions that senior leaders of colleges and universities will need to make in the coming years and explore drivers of change that shape learning. </p>This webinar and <a href="https://vimeo.com/showcase/8260178" target="_blank">video series​</a> created in collaboration with KnowledgeWorks​. ​Leaders must examine drivers of change and anticipate what’s next. In this webinar, three futurists share how they consider implications for strategic decisions and apply futures thinking on campus. Video3510/19/2021 5:00:00 PM10/19/2021 6:00:00 PM9/20/2021 4:32:41 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page10/22/2021 1:10:50 PMET
Public Policy Pop-Up: Capitol Hill Fall Showdown: Reconciliation, Debt Ceiling, and More/Pages/dotedu/51-Capitol-Hill-Fall-Showdown.aspxPublic Policy Pop-Up: Capitol Hill Fall Showdown: Reconciliation, Debt Ceiling, and Morehttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Public-Policy-Pop-Up-Reconciliation-Debt-Ceiling.aspxPublic Policy Pop-Up: Capitol Hill Fall Showdown: Reconciliation, Debt Ceiling, and More<img alt="Picture of public policy pop up logo. " src="/PublishingImages/branding/ppp-branding-tile-image.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​You are being redirected to the dotEdu podcast episode page. If you are not redirected, please click here​ . ​ <p>​​​​You are being redirected to the dotEdu podcast episode page. If you are not redirected, <a href="/Pages/dotedu/51-Capitol-Hill-Fall-Showdown.aspx">please click here​</a>. ​<br></p>Get the latest insights into what’s happened and what’s to come during a frenetic fall on Capitol Hill featuring legislative battles over the debt ceiling and funding the government and more. (Recording available)Webinar1710/18/2021 6:00:00 PM10/18/2021 6:45:00 PM9/24/2021 3:54:14 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page3/28/2022 6:20:42 PMETFalse
ACE Fellows Information Sessionhttps://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_jOKxIaEpT4S6ORBrWgu2cgACE Fellows Information Sessionhttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/ACE-Fellows-Information-Session.aspxACE Fellows Information Session<img alt="Picture of people sitting in a group and laughing together." src="/PublishingImages/Interior-Page-Heroes/Webster-University-2019-1802-teacher-leadership-16.jpg?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​You are being redirected to a new page. If you are not automatically redirected, please click here​ . <p>​You are being redirected to a new page. If you are not automatically redirected, <a href="https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_jOKxIaEpT4S6ORBrWgu2cg" target="_blank">please click here​</a>.<br></p>This information session on the ACE Fellows Program will include information on eligibility and the application process, what to expect during the Fellowship year, and alumni perspectives.Webinar1710/13/2021 7:00:00 PM10/13/2021 7:45:00 PM10/1/2021 7:02:51 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page10/18/2021 6:03:44 PMET
Rethinking Student Success: Well-Being and Flexibility in Higher EducationRethinking Student Success: Well-Being and Flexibility in Higher Educationhttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Student-Success-Well-Being-Flexibility.aspxRethinking Student Success: Well-Being and Flexibility in Higher Education<img alt="ACE Engage branding" src="/PublishingImages/branding/engage-web-tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​​​​​In the pandemic’s wake, higher ed leaders are purposefully zeroing in on holistic well-being and increased flexibility for students and staff. Join our panel on October 7 at 100 p.m. ET as we discuss results from a new Ipsos survey of college staff and students, commissioned by Salesforce.org. You will learn what matters most to students now and how they define well-being, along with practical solutions from peers on how to tackle the ever-changing priorities in higher education, better preparing your campus to take action. <p>​​​​​​​​​In the pandemic’s wake, higher ed leaders are purposefully zeroing in on holistic well-being and increased flexibility for students and staff. Join our panel on October 7 at 1:00 p.m. ET as we discuss results from a new Ipsos survey of college staff and students, commissioned by Salesforce.org. You will learn what matters most to students now and how they define well-being, along with practical solutions from peers on how to tackle the ever-changing priorities in higher education, better preparing your campus to take action. <br></p>Our October 7 panel discussed results from a new Ipsos survey of college staff and students, commissioned by Salesforce.org, and how to tackle the ever-changing priorities around student success.Video3510/7/2021 5:00:00 PM10/7/2021 6:00:00 PM8/12/2021 6:50:40 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page10/22/2021 1:07:13 PMET
The Legacy of Underfunding Colleges That Serve Black StudentsThe Legacy of Underfunding Colleges That Serve Black Studentshttps://www.acenet.edu/Pages/dotedu/50-The-Legacy-of-Underfunding-Colleges-That-Serve-Black-Students.aspxThe Legacy of Underfunding Colleges That Serve Black Students<img alt="Illustration for dotEDU podcast" src="/PublishingImages/Photo-Library/dot_edu_story_tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired Oct. 7, 2021 Adam Harris, author of The State Must Provide and staff writer for The Atlantic , talks to hosts Jon Fansmith and Mushtaq Gunja about the state and federal funding mechanisms that continue to support a separate and unequal system of higher education in the United States. First, Jon and Sarah Spreitzer open the show with a look at the gridlock in Congress over the budget reconciliation bill--which contains a number of provisions for college students and institutions--the bipartisan infrastructure bill, and raising the debt ceiling.​ Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show The State Must Provide Why America's Colleges and Universities Have Always Been Unequal--and How to Set Them Right HBCU Presidents Supports Improving the Current Reconciliation Bill Diverse Issues In Higher Education | Oct. 4, 2021 Biden’s Promise to HBCUs Unfulfilled by Congress Inside Higher Ed | Sept. 22, 2021 This Is the End of Affirmative Action The Atlantic | September 2021 Colleges Pushed Anew for Reparations for Slavery, Racism The Associated Press | May 13, 2021 From the Introduction What Colleges and Universities Need to Know About the Biden Vaccine Mandate for Federal Contractors Higher Ed Associations Release Resource Kit on Aiding Afghan Students and Scholars​ <p> <em>​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired Oct. 7, 2021<br></em></p><p>Adam Harris, author of <em>The State Must Provide</em> and staff writer for <em>The Atlantic</em>, talks to hosts Jon Fansmith and Mushtaq Gunja about the state and federal funding mechanisms that continue to support a separate and unequal system of higher education in the United States. First, Jon and Sarah Spreitzer open the show with a look at the gridlock in Congress over the budget reconciliation bill--which contains a number of provisions for college students and institutions--the bipartisan infrastructure bill, and raising the debt ceiling.​<br></p><p> <br> </p><div class="ms-rtestate-read ms-rte-wpbox"><div class="ms-rtestate-notify ms-rtestate-read 668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" id="div_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on"></div><div id="vid_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on" style="display:none;"></div></div><p></p><p></p><p> <br>Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show:<br></p><p> <a href="https://www.harpercollins.com/products/the-state-must-provide-adam-harris?variant=33007266791458" target="_blank">The State Must Provide: Why America's Colleges and Universities Have Always Been Unequal--and How to Set Them Right</a></p><p> <a href="https://www.diverseeducation.com/leadership-policy/article/15279453/hbcu-presidents-supports-improving-the-current-reconciliation-bill" target="_blank">HBCU Presidents Supports Improving the Current Reconciliation Bill</a><br><em>Diverse: Issues In Higher Education</em> | Oct. 4, 2021</p><p> <a href="https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2021/09/22/hbcus-get-less-they-say-needed-build-back-better-act" target="_blank">Biden’s Promise to HBCUs Unfulfilled by Congress</a><br><em>Inside Higher Ed </em>| Sept. 22, 2021</p><p> <a href="https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2021/09/the-end-of-affirmative-action/619488/" target="_blank">This Is the End of Affirmative Action</a><br><em>The Atlantic</em> | September 2021</p><p> <a href="https://apnews.com/article/ma-state-wire-philanthropy-slavery-race-and-ethnicity-education-bff4488c36de6c7beb3f7696da07d77d" target="_blank">Colleges Pushed Anew for Reparations for Slavery, Racism</a><br>The Associated Press | May 13, 2021<br></p><h4>From the Introduction<br></h4><p><a href="/News-Room/Pages/ACE-Issue-Brief-on-Biden-Vaccine-Mandate.aspx">What Colleges and Universities Need to Know About the Biden Vaccine Mandate for Federal Contractors</a><br></p> <p><a href="/News-Room/Pages/Resource-Kit-Afghan-Students-Scholars.aspx">Higher Ed Associations Release Resource Kit on Aiding Afghan Students and Scholars​</a><br></p><p></p>Adam Harris, author of The State Must Provide and staff writer for The Atlantic, discusses the state and federal funding mechanisms that continue to support a separate and unequal system of higher education in the United States.Podcast1510/7/2021 4:00:00 AM9/12/2019 2:00:00 PM9/12/2019 1:06:48 PMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE General Content3/24/2022 1:15:39 PM
Meeting Higher Education’s Next Great Challenge: Ensuring Full Inclusion for Students with Disabilities/Pages/Engage/Workshops/Ensuring-Full-Inclusion-Students-with-Disabilities.aspxMeeting Higher Education’s Next Great Challenge: Ensuring Full Inclusion for Students with Disabilitieshttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Ensuring-Full-Inclusion-Students-with-Disabilities-Session2.aspxEnsuring Full Inclusion for Students with Disabilities - Session 2<img alt="Picture of engage workshops logo." src="/PublishingImages/branding/Engage_workshops_images_website.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> College and university leaders need to create campuses that are inclusive of all students. Campus diversity and equity efforts must recognize the needs of students with disabilities, who cross all categories and demographics including race/ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, culture and language, geography, and economic status. Join us for a deep dive into disability awareness that includes learning about disability prevalence, ableism, and inclusion and a discussion about the importance of disability diversity in supporting your equity and inclusion goals. Share perspectives with your colleagues, identify strategies to expand your network of partners, and begin to build your plan to improve disability diversity inclusion on campus. Generously supported by the Institute for Educational Leadership. <p>College and university leaders need to create campuses that are inclusive of all students. Campus diversity and equity efforts must recognize the needs of students with disabilities, who cross all categories and demographics including race/ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, culture and language, geography, and economic status. Join us for a deep dive into disability awareness that includes learning about disability prevalence, ableism, and inclusion and a discussion about the importance of disability diversity in supporting your equity and inclusion goals. Share perspectives with your colleagues, identify strategies to expand your network of partners, and begin to build your plan to improve disability diversity inclusion on campus. Generously supported by the Institute for Educational Leadership.<br></p>Join us for a deep dive into disability awareness. Learn more about disability prevalence, ableism, and inclusion, and begin to build your plan to improve disability diversity inclusion on campus.Workshop2010/5/2021 4:00:00 PM10/5/2021 6:00:00 PM8/16/2021 6:59:27 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page3/24/2022 1:12:35 PMETFalse
Long-Term Lessons from the Pandemic: Five Strategic Imperatives for Institutional SuccessLong-Term Lessons from the Pandemic: Five Strategic Imperatives for Institutional Successhttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Lessons-Pandemic-Imperatives-Institutional-Success.aspxLong-Term Lessons from the Pandemic: Five Strategic Imperatives for Institutional Success<img alt="ACE Engage branding" src="/PublishingImages/branding/engage-web-tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> Even as we face the short-term challenge of another unpredictable fall, it is critical to stay focused on long-term strategic opportunities highlighted by the pandemic. The crisis demonstrated that colleges and universities could pivot more rapidly than anyone believed possible, but now we must assess which innovations can sustainably address five fundamental imperatives—enrollment, financial sustainability, student experience, mental health, and DEI. This webinar will explore the implications of these five imperatives for institutional strategy. Additionally, a panel of higher ed leaders will describe the specific initiatives they are launching to position their institutions for success over the next decade. <p>Even as we face the short-term challenge of another unpredictable fall, it is critical to stay focused on long-term strategic opportunities highlighted by the pandemic. The crisis demonstrated that colleges and universities could pivot more rapidly than anyone believed possible, but now we must assess which innovations can sustainably address five fundamental imperatives—enrollment, financial sustainability, student experience, mental health, and DEI. </p><p>This webinar will explore the implications of these five imperatives for institutional strategy. Additionally, a panel of higher ed leaders will describe the specific initiatives they are launching to position their institutions for success over the next decade. </p>Learn which innovations created during the pandemic can sustainably address five fundamental imperatives—enrollment, financial sustainability, student experience, mental health, and DEI.Video359/30/2021 5:00:00 PM9/30/2021 6:00:00 PM8/30/2021 4:47:38 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page10/22/2021 1:23:15 PMET
What’s Going on With Budget Reconciliation, and Why Should Higher Ed Care?What’s Going on With Budget Reconciliation, and Why Should Higher Ed Care?https://www.acenet.edu/Pages/dotedu/47-Whats-Going-on-With-Budget-Reconciliation.aspxWhat’s Going on With Budget Reconciliation, and Why Should Higher Ed Care?<img alt="Illustration for dotEDU podcast" src="/PublishingImages/Photo-Library/dot_edu_story_tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired Sept. 23, 2021 The fate of two new spending plans—the bipartisan infrastructure bill and the separate $3.5 trillion budget reconciliation bill designed to advance the Biden administration’s other priorities, including for higher education—remains uncertain as we open the new season of dotEDU. ACE Senior Vice President Terry Hartle and dotEDU host Sarah Spreitzer unpack where Congress stands on reconciliation and what it means for students and institutions. They also discuss efforts to enhance research security and the ability of the United States to compete with China and what the higher education community wants Washington to do to help Afghan students and scholars.​ This season, we’ll continue our conversations with leaders in the higher education policy sphere, but in a crossover with the ACE Public Policy Pop Up, every other episode will feature Terry Hartle in an in-depth discussion of recent policy developments in Washington. Watch this page for more information about the Pop Up, a free live event held monthly, or email podcast@acenet.edu to be added to the mailing list to receive a link to register when its available. ​ Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show House Committee Approves Substantial Increases for Higher Education Programs, Student Aid in Reconciliation Bill Dems Fear Biden’s Domestic Agenda Could Implode Politico | Sept. 21, 2021 Tensions Spike Over New Research-Security Proposals Targeting China National Journal | Sept. 16, 2021 Statement by ACE President Ted Mitchell on Supporting Afghan Students and Scholars (Aug. 19) More Universities, Higher Ed Groups Step Up To Help Afghan Refugees Forbes | Aug. 29, 2021 <p> <em>​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired Sept. 23, 2021<br></em></p><p>The fate of two new spending plans—the bipartisan infrastructure bill and the separate $3.5 trillion budget reconciliation bill designed to advance the Biden administration’s other priorities, including for higher education—remains uncertain as we open the new season of dotEDU. ACE Senior Vice President Terry Hartle and dotEDU host Sarah Spreitzer unpack where Congress stands on reconciliation and what it means for students and institutions. They also discuss efforts to enhance research security and the ability of the United States to compete with China and what the higher education community wants Washington to do to help Afghan students and scholars.​</p> <p>This season, we’ll continue our conversations with leaders in the higher education policy sphere, but in a crossover with the ACE Public Policy Pop Up, every other episode will feature Terry Hartle in an in-depth discussion of recent policy developments in Washington. Watch this page for more information about the Pop Up, a free live event held monthly, or email <a href="mailto:podcast@acenet.edu">podcast@acenet.edu</a> to be added to the mailing list to receive a link to register when its available.  ​<br></p><p> <br> </p><div class="ms-rtestate-read ms-rte-wpbox"><div class="ms-rtestate-notify ms-rtestate-read 668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" id="div_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on"></div><div id="vid_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on" style="display:none;"></div></div><p></p><p></p><p> <br>Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show:</p><p><a href="/News-Room/Pages/House-Committee-Approves-Substantial-Increases-for-Higher-Education-in-Reconciliation-Bill.aspx">House Committee Approves Substantial Increases for Higher Education Programs, Student Aid in Reconciliation Bill</a></p><p><a href="https://www.politico.com/news/2021/09/21/democrats-biden-domestic-agenda-implode-513218" target="_blank">Dems Fear Biden’s Domestic Agenda Could Implode</a><br><em>Politico </em>| Sept. 21, 2021</p><p><a href="https://www.nationaljournal.com/s/714945/tensions-spike-over-new-research-security-proposals-targeting-china/?unlock=3UN86L8HLQ1NWAW2" target="_blank">Tensions Spike Over New Research-Security Proposals Targeting China</a><br><em>National Journal</em> | Sept. 16, 2021</p><p><a href="/News-Room/Pages/Statement-on-Supporting-Afghan-Students-and-Scholars.aspx">Statement by ACE President Ted Mitchell on Supporting Afghan Students and Scholars</a> (Aug. 19)</p><p><a href="https://www.forbes.com/sites/michaeltnietzel/2021/08/29/more-universities-and-higher-ed-groups-step-up-to-help-afghan-refugees/?sh=29710e6825d4" target="_blank">More Universities, Higher Ed Groups Step Up To Help Afghan Refugees</a><br><em>Forbes</em> | Aug. 29, 2021<br></p><p></p>ACE Senior Vice President Terry Hartle and dotedu host Sarah Spreitzer unpack where Congress stands on reconciliation and what it means for students and institutions.Podcast159/23/2021 4:00:00 AM9/12/2019 2:00:00 PM9/12/2019 1:06:48 PMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE General Content3/24/2022 1:23:21 PM
Meeting Higher Education’s Next Great Challenge: Ensuring Full Inclusion for Students with Disabilities/Pages/Engage/Workshops/Ensuring-Full-Inclusion-Students-with-Disabilities.aspxMeeting Higher Education’s Next Great Challenge: Ensuring Full Inclusion for Students with Disabilitieshttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Ensuring-Full-Inclusion-Students-with-Disabilities.aspxEnsuring Full Inclusion for Students with Disabilities - Session 1<img alt="Picture of engage workshops logo." src="/PublishingImages/branding/Engage_workshops_images_website.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> College and university leaders need to create campuses that are inclusive of all students. Campus diversity and equity efforts must recognize the needs of students with disabilities, who cross all categories and demographics including race/ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, culture and language, geography, and economic status. Join us for a deep dive into disability awareness that includes learning about disability prevalence, ableism, and inclusion and a discussion about the importance of disability diversity in supporting your equity and inclusion goals. Share perspectives with your colleagues, identify strategies to expand your network of partners, and begin to build your plan to improve disability diversity inclusion on campus. Generously supported by the Institute for Educational Leadership. <p>College and university leaders need to create campuses that are inclusive of all students. Campus diversity and equity efforts must recognize the needs of students with disabilities, who cross all categories and demographics including race/ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, culture and language, geography, and economic status. Join us for a deep dive into disability awareness that includes learning about disability prevalence, ableism, and inclusion and a discussion about the importance of disability diversity in supporting your equity and inclusion goals. Share perspectives with your colleagues, identify strategies to expand your network of partners, and begin to build your plan to improve disability diversity inclusion on campus. Generously supported by the Institute for Educational Leadership.</p>Join us for a deep dive into disability awareness. Learn more about disability prevalence, ableism, and inclusion, and begin to build your plan to improve disability diversity inclusion on campus.Workshop209/21/2021 4:00:00 PM9/21/2021 6:00:00 PM8/16/2021 6:59:27 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page3/25/2022 4:35:44 PMETFalse
Public Policy Pop-Up: Budget Reconciliation, NDAA, and Afghanistan/Pages/dotedu/47-Whats-Going-on-With-Budget-Reconciliation.aspxPublic Policy Pop-Up: Budget Reconciliation, NDAA, and Afghanistanhttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Public-Policy-Pop-Up-Budget-Reconciliation-NDAA-Afghanistan.aspxPublic Policy Pop-Up: Budget Reconciliation, NDAA, and Afghanistan<img alt="Public Policy Pop-Up Branding" src="/PublishingImages/branding/ppp-branding-tile-image.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​​​​You are being redirected to the dotEdu podcast episode page. If you are not automatically redirected, please click here . <p>​​​​​​​​You are being redirected to the dotEdu podcast episode page. If you are not automatically redirected, <a href="/Pages/dotedu/47-Whats-Going-on-With-Budget-Reconciliation.aspx">please click here</a>.</p>Hear about the budget reconciliation process, legislation to address competition with China, efforts to support students and scholars from Afghanistan, and more policy issues impacting higher ed. (Recording available)Webinar179/20/2021 5:00:00 PM9/20/2021 5:45:00 PM9/10/2021 1:40:17 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page3/28/2022 6:20:23 PMETFalse
Student Success and Equity: Building Bridges with Skills-Based Connectionshttps://zoom.us/j/91263657745Student Success and Equity: Building Bridges with Skills-Based Connectionshttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Student-Success-Equity-Building-Bridges.aspxStudent Success and Equity: Building Bridges with Skills-Based Connections<img alt="Picture of the ACE Engage logo" src="/PublishingImages/branding/engage-web-tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​You are being redirected to the webinar registration page. If you are not automatically redirected, please click here . <p>​​​You are being redirected to the webinar registration page. If you are not automatically redirected, please <a href="https://zoom.us/j/91263657745" target="_blank">click here</a>.<br></p>To fulfill higher ed’s promise to advance economic mobility, we must fund education for employment-relevant skills. On September 2, come explore skills-denominated curriculum and learn about projects and initiatives moving the needle. Sponsored by WGU.Webinar179/2/2021 5:00:00 PM9/2/2021 6:00:00 PM8/11/2021 1:45:12 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page9/2/2021 6:32:04 PMET
dotEDU Brief: Broadband Access, Free Community College, Support for Dreamers All on the Table dotEDU Brief: Broadband Access, Free Community College, Support for Dreamers All on the Tablehttps://www.acenet.edu/Pages/dotedu/Brief-Broadband-Community-College-DACA.aspx dotEDU Brief: Broadband Access, Free Community College, Support for Dreamers All on the Table<img alt="Illustration for dotEDU podcast" src="/PublishingImages/Photo-Library/dot_edu_story_tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired August 13, 2021 It’s summer but the Senate refuses to leave—and the House refuses to stay home—so Sarah and Jon are back on the with another special dotEDU brief. They discuss the Senate’s $1 trillion infrastructure package, which includes support for expanding broadband access, then turn a higher ed lens on the FY 2022 budget resolution and its provisions for free community college, a path to citizenship for Dreamers, and more. They also give a primer on the budget reconciliation process and what role it will play when Congress returns this fall. <p> <em>​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Aired August 13, 2021</em></p><p>It’s summer but the Senate refuses to leave—and the House refuses to stay home—so Sarah and Jon are back on the with another special dotEDU brief. They discuss the Senate’s $1 trillion infrastructure package, which includes support for expanding broadband access, then turn a higher ed lens on the FY 2022 budget resolution and its provisions for free community college, a path to citizenship for Dreamers, and more. They also give a primer on the budget reconciliation process and what role it will play when Congress returns this fall.<br></p><p> <br> </p><div class="ms-rtestate-read ms-rte-wpbox"><div class="ms-rtestate-notify ms-rtestate-read 668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" id="div_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on"></div><div id="vid_668636e9-ebcc-4e74-bc76-82f41697de07" unselectable="on" style="display:none;"></div></div><p></p><p></p><p></p>The hosts discuss the Senate’s $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure package which includes support for expanding broadband access, before diving into the FY 2022 budget resolution and its provisions for free community college and more for higher ed. Podcast158/13/2021 4:00:00 AM9/12/2019 2:00:00 PM9/12/2019 1:06:48 PMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE General Content3/24/2022 1:29:21 PM
Public Policy Pop-Up: U.S. Innovation and Competition Act, Appropriations, and Recess Wrap-Uphttps://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_3j7FMXAIRYGfl5k-8Mye6QPublic Policy Pop-Up: U.S. Innovation and Competition Act, Appropriations, and Recess Wrap-Uphttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Public-Policy-Pop-Up-USICA-Appropriations-Recess.aspxPublic Policy Pop-Up: U.S. Innovation and Competition Act, Appropriations, and Recess Wrap-Up<img alt="ACE Engage branding" src="/PublishingImages/branding/engage-web-tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​You are being redirected to the registration page. If you are not automatically redirected, please click here . <p>​​​​​You are being redirected to the registration page. If you are not automatically redirected, <a href="https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_3j7FMXAIRYGfl5k-8Mye6Q" target="_blank">please click here</a>. </p>Get the latest on legislation to enhance U.S. security and competitiveness with China, updates on the congressional appropriations process, and hear where higher ed policy stands as Congress heads into recess.Webinar177/26/2021 5:00:00 PM7/26/2021 5:45:00 PM6/29/2021 9:26:09 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page3/24/2022 1:31:07 PMETFalse
ACE & EducationUSA Postcard Series – Africa (Malawi)https://youtu.be/8Lz4S4sJJ9YACE & EducationUSA Postcard Series – Africa (Malawi)https://www.acenet.edu/Research-Insights/Pages/Internationalization/ACE-EducationUSA-Postcard-Series-Malawi.aspxACE & EducationUSA Postcard Series – Malawi This postcard series is a collaboration between ACE and EducationUSA to provide perspectives to U.S. higher education professionals on prospective and current international students and the status of their situation in Malawi during the COVID-19. You are being directed to ACE's YouTube channel. If you are not automatically redirected, please click here . <p>This postcard series is a collaboration between ACE and EducationUSA to provide perspectives to U.S. higher education professionals on prospective and current international students and the status of their situation in Malawi during the COVID-19.</p><p>You are being directed to ACE's YouTube channel. If you are not automatically redirected, please <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Lz4S4sJJ9Y">click here</a>.<br></p>This postcard series is a collaboration between ACE and EducationUSA to provide perspectives to U.S. higher education professionals on prospective and current international students and the status of their situation in Malawi during the COVID-19.Video357/12/2021 4:00:00 AM7/12/2021 4:00:00 PM7/12/2021 3:51:49 PMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE General Content3/25/2022 2:33:42 PM