Access Now Available to ACE2021 Session Recordings
April 19, 2021

Missed out on ACE2021, ACE’s online annual meeting from March 22-24 that featured discussions about a wide range of higher education topics?

Good news: Anyone who did not attend ACE2021 now can purchase access to the recordings of all available sessions. To do so, simply register at the ACE2021 website.

ACE2021 plenaries included a conversation with John B. King Jr., the 10th Secretary of Education and currently president and CEO of The Education Trust; political analysts Kirsten Powers and Michael Steele; and Kimberlé Crenshaw, co-founder and executive director of the African American Policy Forum and the founder and executive director of the Center for Intersectionality and Social Policy Studies at Columbia Law School.

Concurrent sessions looked at a range of topics, including: scaling instructional excellence for students; equity and student success; college affordability; dimensions of shared equity leadership; data-informed decision making for academic programs; and how COVID-19 will impact faculty retirement. For a summary of the meeting, click here.

Accessing ACE2021 recordings: The cost is $149 for individuals from ACE member institutions and organizations and $199 for non-members, and access to the plenary, concurrent, and focus zone sessions will be available within 60 minutes of registering, through Sept. 1, 2021. Note that access to the two caucus sessions for presidents and chancellors remains restricted to individuals with those positions. Go to the ACE2021 website to access the recordings.

For those who registered for the meeting before March 22, access to the on-demand content was included with registration and can be accessed through the virtual event platform.​