ACE2023 Sessions Will Examine Higher Ed Trends, Explore Challenges Facing Presidents
December 02, 2022

​Some of higher education's leading voices in the media will once again address the most crucial questions facing higher education at ACE's annual meeting, as editors from The Chronicle of Higher Education and Inside Higher Ed will lead sessions at ACE2023, to be held April 13–15, 2023 in Washington, D.C.

During the Chronicle's “2023 Trends Report" session, Deputy Managing Editor Jennifer Ruark will discuss major shifts in higher education and emerging trends to be on the watch for. Additionally, Doug Lederman, Inside Higher Ed co-founder and editor, will once again lead the "What Keeps Presidents Up at Night" session, in which he will lead a panel of college presidents to explore the publication's annual survey of campus leaders and issues, which will be released at the meeting.

These sessions are among a number of varied sessions that are being planned in areas from public policy to institutional practice and innovation, including “The American College President in 2023 and Beyond" session, which will highlight findings from the 2022 American College President Study. Additionally, the “Federal Outlook for Higher Education in the 118th Congress" session will include expert analysis on federal policy issues impacting higher education.

While additional concurrent sessions will be unveiled soon, ACE has announced that Freeman A. Hrabowski III, president emeritus of the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) and innovative national higher education leader, and Sethuraman Panchanathan, director of the National Science Foundation (NSF), will be among the major speakers at the conference.

Registration is now open for ACE2023. Learn more about ACE2023, register, and save over $200 with early bird pricing.

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