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​Jon Riskind

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​Audrey Hamilton

Associate Director of Public Affairs

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​Carly O'Connell

Public Affairs Specialist

202-939-9368
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March 22, 2020
It is vital for higher education leaders to contact their members of Congress to request assistance.
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ACE, Other Higher Ed Groups Ask Congress to Support Students and Institutions in Wake of COVID-19 Pandemic
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March 22, 2020
ACE, Other Higher Ed Groups Ask Congress to Support Students and Institutions in Wake of COVID-19 Pandemic
News
February 28, 2020
The 2019-21 cohort of the ACE Internationalization Laboratory met this month in Washington for their mid-term meeting.
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To Internationalization Lab Cohort 17, Hitting Midpoint Means Getting Organized and Staying Motivated
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February 28, 2020
To Internationalization Lab Cohort 17, Hitting Midpoint Means Getting Organized and Staying Motivated
Press Release
February 19, 2020
ACE has announced that Carol Moore, president of Columbia College in South Carolina, will receive the 2020 ACE/APL nextED Donna Shavlik Award.
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Columbia College President Carol Moore to Receive the ACE/APL nextED Donna Shavlik Award at ACE2020
Press Release
February 19, 2020
Columbia College President Carol Moore to Receive the ACE/APL nextED Donna Shavlik Award at ACE2020
News
February 6, 2020
ACE has received funding from the U.S. Department of Education to support an ambitious initiative that will explore the use of blockchain in education.
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ACE Initiative Will Explore the Potential for Blockchain to Close Equity Gaps Across the Education Landscape
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February 6, 2020
ACE Initiative Will Explore the Potential for Blockchain to Close Equity Gaps Across the Education Landscape
News
February 3, 2020
Registration has opened for the ACE/AIEA Internationalization Collaborative 2020, which will take place Feb. 15, 2020, in Washington, DC.
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Last Chance to Register for ACE/AIEA Collaborative on Internationalization as a Social Good
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February 3, 2020
Last Chance to Register for ACE/AIEA Collaborative on Internationalization as a Social Good
Statement
December 19, 2019
Statement released on December 19 supporting the recent fix to the kiddie tax mistake.
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Statement by ACE President Ted Mitchell on Fixing the "Kiddie Tax" Mistake
Statement
December 19, 2019
Statement by ACE President Ted Mitchell on Fixing the "Kiddie Tax" Mistake
Press Release
December 12, 2019
LeBlanc will begin his term will begin in March 2020 after ACE2020, ACE’s 102nd Annual Meeting, March 14-16, in San Diego.
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Southern New Hampshire University President Paul J. LeBlanc Elected ACE Board Chair
Press Release
December 12, 2019
Southern New Hampshire University President Paul J. LeBlanc Elected ACE Board Chair
News
November 25, 2019
ACE to host a webinar on the upcoming revised Title IX campus sexual assault regulations, and one on ED's proposed expansion of requirements for foreign gift and contract reporting.
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Coming Soon: ACE Webinars on Final Title IX Rule and Proposed Expansion of Foreign Gift and Contract Reporting Requirements
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November 25, 2019
Coming Soon: ACE Webinars on Final Title IX Rule and Proposed Expansion of Foreign Gift and Contract Reporting Requirements
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