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ACE/AIEA Internationalization CollaborativeACE/AIEA Internationalization Collaborativehttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/ACE-AIEA-Internationalization-Collaborative-2016.aspxFoundations for Global Learning: Internationalizing the General Education Curriculum The Internationalization Collaborative is an annual one-day conference that focuses intensely on a single aspect of campus internationalization. It is designed for any campus leader with a strong commitment to the internationalization of their institution. Building on themes developed during our 2015 convening, the 2016 meeting of the Collaborative will focused on the courses and co-curricular experiences that are required of all undergraduate students. Typically known as the general education curriculum in the United States, these experiences are increasingly the focus of innovation and experimentation. Designed to complement the themes of the AIEA Annual Conference , the program began by highlighting the views of senior leadership and their approach to curriculum internationalization. We learned how presidents and provosts think about general education requirements, how and when they decide to evaluate their goals and effectiveness, and how they design the processes and systems that lead to review and improvement. Over the course of the day, we increasingly focused on the practical questions facing internationalization leaders, including What are the opportunities and challenges that I will face when using the general education curriculum to advance international learning? How can I contribute to the development of international learning goals that are broadly supported by administrators and faculty? How can I contribute to a broader discussion of learning goals in the general education curriculum—goals that may not include international learning as the top priority? How do I stimulate innovative approaches to international teaching and learning among our faculty? Do I need a faculty development plan? What innovative, cost-effective pedagogical tools are available for providing an international experience to all students? We strongly encouraged teams of faculty and administrators to attend the Collaborative. Discounts are were available for groups of three or more. Please contact us at cige@acenet.edu for further details. Payment via wire transfer can be arranged by phone at +1-202-939-9330. <p><a href="/news-room/Pages/The-Internationalization-Collaborative.aspx">The Internationalization Collaborative</a> is an annual one-day conference that focuses intensely on a single aspect of campus internationalization. It is designed for any campus leader with a strong commitment to the internationalization of their institution.</p> <p>Building on themes developed during our 2015 convening, the 2016 meeting of the Collaborative will focused on the courses and co-curricular experiences that are required of all undergraduate students.  Typically known as the general education curriculum in the United States, these experiences are increasingly the focus of innovation and experimentation.</p> <p>Designed to complement the themes of the <a href="http://www.aieaworld.org/2016-annual-conference" target="_blank">AIEA Annual Conference</a>, the program began by highlighting the views of senior leadership and their approach to curriculum internationalization. We learned how presidents and provosts think about general education requirements, how and when they decide to evaluate their goals and effectiveness, and how they design the processes and systems that lead to review and improvement.</p> <p>Over the course of the day, we increasingly focused on the practical questions facing internationalization leaders, including:</p> <ul><li>What are the opportunities and challenges that I will face when using the general education curriculum to advance international learning?</li> <li>How can I contribute to the development of international learning goals that are broadly supported by administrators and faculty?</li> <li>How can I contribute to a broader discussion of learning goals in the general education curriculum—goals that may not include international learning as the top priority?</li> <li>How do I stimulate innovative approaches to international teaching and learning among our faculty?  Do I need a faculty development plan?</li> <li>What innovative, cost-effective pedagogical tools are available for providing an international experience to all students?</li></ul> <p>We strongly encouraged teams of faculty and administrators to attend the Collaborative. Discounts are were available for groups of three or more. Please contact us at <a href="mailto:cige@acenet.edu">cige@acenet.edu</a> for further details.<br> <br>Payment via wire transfer can be arranged by phone at +1-202-939-9330. </p> The Internationalization Collaborative is an annual one-day conference that focuses intensely on a single aspect of campus internationalization. It is designed for campus leaders with a strong commitment to the internationalization of their institution.Convening232/20/2016 1:00:00 PM2/20/2016 10:00:00 PMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page8/6/2019 2:47:56 PM
Washington International Education Group Meeting - December 5, 2017Washington International Education Group Meeting - December 5, 2017https://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/WIEG-Dec-2017.aspxWashington International Education Group Meeting - December 5, 2017 U.S. higher education welcomes the contributions of international students to our campuses and communities, and seeks to remain the destination of choice in an increasingly competitive global market for talented students. The opportunity for international students to apply the skills and knowledge they obtain at American institutions through internships and employment is key to retaining U.S. higher education’s competitive edge. However, there are international and domestic challenges to maintaining the U.S. position as the destination of choice for international students. International student and scholar employment—primarily through OPT and the H1B visa programs for graduate-level workers who specialize in occupations requiring technical expertise—are being perceived by some to be taking away jobs from U.S. citizens. Given recent executive orders and other Trump administration policies seeking to limit immigration from particular countries and in certain visa categories, there is a growing concern that international graduate work programs could be greatly reduced or even eliminated. The Washington International Education Group quarterly meeting will discuss How can U.S. higher education advocate effectively in favor of existing employment benefits for international students, in order to remain a destination of choice for the world’s best and brightest? What has been the impact of OPT and curricular practical training (CPT)—both on U.S. higher education institutions and the U.S. economy? Is it possible to track outcomes for international graduates who obtain H1B visas? In the absence of clear career opportunities for those who obtain visas to study in the United States, what would be the impact on international student enrollment? What do we know about public attitudes toward international students? Please join us for this important and timely event. <p class="ms-rteElement-P">U.S. higher education welcomes the contributions of international students to our campuses and communities, and seeks to remain the destination of choice in an increasingly competitive global market for talented students. The opportunity for international students to apply the skills and knowledge they obtain at American institutions through internships and employment is key to retaining U.S. higher education’s competitive edge. </p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P">However, there are international and domestic challenges to maintaining the U.S. position as the destination of choice for international students. International student and scholar employment—primarily through OPT and the H1B visa programs for graduate-level workers who specialize in occupations requiring technical expertise—are being perceived by some to be taking away jobs from U.S. citizens. Given recent executive orders and other Trump administration policies seeking to limit immigration from particular countries and in certain visa categories, there is a growing concern that international graduate work programs could be greatly reduced or even eliminated. </p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P">The Washington International Education Group quarterly meeting will discuss: </p> <ul><li><div class="ms-rteElement-P">How can U.S. higher education advocate effectively in favor of existing employment benefits for international students, in order to remain a destination of choice for the world’s best and brightest? </div></li> <li><div class="ms-rteElement-P">What has been the impact of OPT and curricular practical training (CPT)—both on U.S. higher education institutions and the U.S. economy? </div></li> <li><div class="ms-rteElement-P">Is it possible to track outcomes for international graduates who obtain H1B visas? </div></li> <li><div class="ms-rteElement-P">In the absence of clear career opportunities for those who obtain visas to study in the United States, what would be the impact on international student enrollment? </div></li> <li><div class="ms-rteElement-P">What do we know about public attitudes toward international students?</div></li></ul> <div><font color="#576170">Please join us for this important and timely event. <br></font></div> U.S. higher education welcomes the contributions of international students to our campuses and communities, and seeks to remain the destination of choice in an increasingly competitive global market for talented students. Convening2312/5/2017 8:00:00 PM12/5/2017 9:30:00 PMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page8/6/2019 1:43:43 PM
CIGE Global Connections: U.K. Networking IntensiveCIGE Global Connections: U.K. Networking Intensivehttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/CIGE-Global-Connections-UK-Networking-Intensive.aspxCIGE Global Connections: UK Networking Intensive Internationalization leaders at U.S. institutions participated in a program designed to facilitate professional networking and collaboration with counterparts in the U.K. Jointly developed by ACE and Universities UK International , the 4-day program will brough a select U.S. delegation to the U.K. to Attend a semi-annual conference of Pro-Vice Chancellors (PVC) for International Affairs from approximately 40 U.K. institutions, organized by Universities UK. Special sessions focused on shared challenges for higher education internationalization in the U.S. and U.K., key challenges international education leaders face in their jobs, and opportunities to expand and enhance U.K.-U.S. institutional partnership. Explore the U.K. higher education system in a changing political context through meetings with experts, including Universities U.K. staff, government representatives, and campus leaders. Spend a day on a U.K. campus to learn how international activities are managed, exchange good practices, and discuss possible collaborations. Participants were to learn how international activities are managed, exchange good practices, and discuss possible collaborations. Participants were assigned to a campus based on mutual interests, similarity in institution type, and/or potential for institutional partnership development. Create an on-going community of practice by engaging with U.K. and U.S. colleagues and ACE staff before, during, and after the program. Virtual meetings complemented in-person activities. ACE staff provided information, resources, and support, and accompanied the delegation throughout the program <p class="ms-rteElement-P">Internationalization leaders at U.S. institutions participated in a program designed to facilitate professional networking and collaboration with counterparts in the U.K. Jointly developed by ACE and <a href="http://www.universitiesuk.ac.uk/international/">Universities UK International</a>, the 4-day program will brough a select U.S. delegation to the U.K. to: </p> <ul><li><div class="ms-rteElement-P"><strong>Attend a semi-annual conference of Pro-Vice Chancellors (PVC) for International Affairs </strong>from approximately 40 U.K. institutions, organized by Universities UK. Special sessions focused on shared challenges for higher education internationalization in the U.S. and U.K., key challenges international education leaders face in their jobs, and opportunities to expand and enhance U.K.-U.S. institutional partnership.</div></li></ul> <ul><li><div class="ms-rteElement-P"><strong>Explore the U.K. higher education system</strong> in a changing political context through meetings with experts, including Universities U.K. staff, government representatives, and campus leaders.<br></div></li></ul> <ul><li><div class="ms-rteElement-P"><strong>Spend a day on a U.K. campus</strong> to learn how international activities are managed, exchange good practices, and discuss possible collaborations. Participants were to learn how international activities are managed, exchange good practices, and discuss possible collaborations. Participants were assigned to a campus based on mutual interests, similarity in institution type, and/or potential for institutional partnership development. <br></div></li></ul> <ul><li><div class="ms-rteElement-P"><strong>Create an on-going community of practice</strong> by engaging with U.K. and U.S. colleagues and ACE staff before, during, and after the program.  Virtual meetings complemented in-person activities. ACE staff provided information, resources, and support, and accompanied the delegation throughout the program</div></li></ul> Internationalization leaders at U.S. institutions are invited to participate in a program designed to facilitate professional networking and collaboration with counterparts in the U.K. Conference1612/11/2017 5:00:00 AM12/14/2017 5:00:00 AMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page8/6/2019 2:28:16 PM
Mapping Internationalization: On U.S. Campuses and Around the WorldMapping Internationalization: On U.S. Campuses and Around the Worldhttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Mapping-Internationalization.aspxMapping Internationalization: On U.S. Campuses and Around the World Join the American Council on Education (ACE) for an interactive discussion of higher education internationalization in the U.S. and around the world, exploring recent trends, hurdles, and opportunities going forward. Topics will include Key findings from ACE’s 2017 Mapping Internationalization on U.S. Campuses report. Global trends in internationalization, based on a cross-national analysis of data from nine countries. The impact of current global and national political climates on internationalization efforts. Your registration includes Exclusive early access to a printed brief featuring 11 articles by expert authors that explore internationalization efforts in a variety of national contexts. Participation in the live webinar, including a Q&A session with the presenters. Access to a recorded version of the webinar after the live event. Past and current participants in the following ACE programs are eligible for a 25% discount on the registration fee Institute for Leading Internationalization; ACE Internationalization Laboratory; ACE Fellows Program; ACE Institute for New Presidents; ACE Institute for New Chief Academic Officers; and Chief Academic Officer and Chief Business Officer Workshop. Please email Robin Helms to obtain the discount code. <p>Join the American Council on Education (ACE) for an interactive discussion of higher education internationalization in the U.S. and around the world, exploring recent trends, hurdles, and opportunities going forward.</p> <p>Topics will include:</p> <ul> <li><p>Key findings from ACE’s <em>2017 Mapping Internationalization on U.S. Campuses</em> report.</p></li> <li><p>Global trends in internationalization, based on a cross-national analysis of data from nine countries.</p></li> <li><p>The impact of current global and national political climates on internationalization efforts.</p></li> </ul> <p>Your registration includes:</p> <ul> <li><p>Exclusive early access to a printed brief featuring 11 articles by expert authors that explore internationalization efforts in a variety of national contexts.</p></li> <li><p>Participation in the live webinar, including a Q&A session with the presenters.</p></li> <li><p>Access to a recorded version of the webinar after the live event.</p></li> </ul> <p>Past and current participants in the following ACE programs are eligible for a 25% discount on the registration fee: Institute for Leading Internationalization; ACE Internationalization Laboratory; ACE Fellows Program; ACE Institute for New Presidents; ACE Institute for New Chief Academic Officers; and Chief Academic Officer and Chief Business Officer Workshop. <a href="mailto:cige@acenet.edu?subject=Webinar%20Discount%20Code%20">Please email Robin Helms to obtain the discount code.</a></p>An interactive discussion of higher education internationalization in the U.S. and around the worldConvening231/23/2018 7:00:00 PM1/23/2018 8:00:00 PMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page8/6/2019 2:47:35 PM
2018 ACE/AIEA Internationalization Collaborative: Leading in a World of Growing Complexity2018 ACE/AIEA Internationalization Collaborative: Leading in a World of Growing Complexityhttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/2018-ACE-AIEA-Internationalization-Collaborative.aspx2018 ACE/AIEA Internationalization Collaborative ​The 2017 edition of Mapping Internationalization on U.S. Campuses , ACE’s survey of more than 1,100 colleges and universities, points toward one overarching trend the growing complexity of leading and managing internationalization. Reporting on all aspects of inter​​nationalization—from curriculum to partnerships to student mobility--institutions say they are creating more structures, policies, and processes to navigate through this challenging new environment. The 2018 Collaborative explored the Mapping report with a day-long program featuring university presidents, provosts, and senior international officers who drew connections between the findings of the report and their own experience. Other issues covered included What are the sources of increased complexity? Are some internal as well as external? Do we understand them well enough to manage them effectively? How do we align emerging structures, policies, and processes with our international goals? Who is responsible for the alignment? Are there risks to a more coordinated approach to managing internationalization? How do we encourage innovation? How do we ensure that decisions include all relevant stakeholders? Click here to read the full press release about the 2018 Internationalization Collaborative. About the Internationalization Collaborative ​Working in partnership with the International Education Administrators Association (AIEA), the ACE co-hosts this annual event for faculty and administrators to come together as a learning community to address challenges, share ideas and help one another implement comprehensive internationalization strategies at our member institutions. It is also an opportunity to identify key issues that need further research and advocacy. The Internationalization Collaborative meets in conjunction with the Association of International Education Administrators (AIEA) Annual Conference . <p>​The <a href="/news-room/Pages/Mapping-Internationalization-on-U-S-Campuses.aspx" target="_blank">2017 edition of Mapping Internationalization on U.S. Campuses</a>, ACE’s survey of more than 1,100 colleges and universities, points toward one overarching trend: the growing complexity of leading and managing internationalization.  Reporting on all aspects of inter​​nationalization—from curriculum to partnerships to student mobility--institutions say they are creating more structures, policies, and processes to navigate through this challenging new environment.  <br></p><div></div><div></div><div></div><p class="ms-rteElement-P"></p><div></div><div></div><div></div><p>The 2018 Collaborative explored the Mapping report with a day-long program featuring university presidents, provosts, and senior international officers who drew connections between the findings of the report and their own experience.  Other issues covered included:</p><div></div><div></div><div></div><div><ul><li> What are the sources of increased complexity?  Are some internal as well as external?  Do we understand them well enough to manage them effectively?<br> </li><li> How do we align emerging structures, policies, and processes with our international goals?  Who is responsible for the alignment?</li><li>Are there risks to a more coordinated approach to managing internationalization?  How do we encourage innovation?  How do we ensure that decisions include all relevant stakeholders?<br></li></ul><p>Click <a href="/news-room/Pages/2018-ACE-AIEA-Internationalization-Collaborative-Navigates-the-Growing-Complexity-of-Leading-in-a-Global-World.aspx?_cldee=dm9ub3Jldm9sZUBhY2VuZXQuZWR1&recipientid=contact-4fd8c6baa588e71191590050569e5b20-b526f0ede0474f00b04ed3ab825a5a1c&utm_source=ClickDimensions&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=HENA%202018&esid=84b2b05a-351b-e811-80f6-005056869ffc" target="_blank">here </a>to read the full press release about the 2018 Internationalization Collaborative.</p><p></p><h3>About the Internationalization Collaborative</h3> ​Working in partnership with the <a href="http://www.aieaworld.org/" target="_blank">International Education Administrators Association (AIEA), </a>the ACE co-hosts this annual event for faculty and administrators to come together as a learning community to address challenges, share ideas and help one another implement comprehensive internationalization strategies at our member institutions.  It is also an opportunity to identify key issues that need further research and advocacy. <p class="ms-rteElement-P"></p><p>The Internationalization Collaborative meets in conjunction with the <a href="http://www.aieaworld.org/" target="_blank">Association of International Education Administrators (AIEA) Annual Conference</a>. <br></p></div>The ACE/AIEA Internationalization Collaborative serves as a learning community that provides a forum for faculty and administrators to share ideas and help each other in furthering their international agendas.Convening232/17/2018 1:00:00 PM2/17/2018 10:00:00 PMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page7/23/2020 4:05:43 PM
Washington International Education Group MeetingWashington International Education Group Meetinghttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/WIEG-Apr-2018.aspxWashington International Education Group Meeting - April 2018 The April 4, 2018 ACE W ashington International Education Group (WIEG) meeting discussed the status of DACA and the DREAM Act and examined creative approaches for ensuring DACA students receive access to resources needed to complete their degree programs. Given the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent punt of a key Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) case from a district court in California back down to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in California, most aspects of DACA will remain in place until further notice, giving nearly 700,000 enrollees a temporary reprieve from deportation. Under the California ruling—and another district court ruling in New York—undocumented immigrants currently with DACA status can file to renew their two-year terms in the program. However, these young people, many of whom are students on our campuses, still are living in limbo. In absence of a long-term solution, how can higher education institutions assist students with DACA status during this prolonged period of uncertainty? <p class="ms-rteElement-P"><span style="background-color:initial;">The April 4, 2018 <a href="/news-room/Pages/Washington-International-Education-Group.aspx"><strong>ACE W</strong><strong>ashington International Education Group (WIEG)</strong></a> meeting discussed the status of DACA and the DREAM Act and examined creative approaches for ensuring DACA students receive access to resources needed to complete their degree programs. </span></p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P">Given the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent punt of a key Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) case from a district court in California back down to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in California, most aspects of DACA will remain in place until further notice, giving nearly 700,000 enrollees a temporary reprieve from deportation. Under the California ruling—and another district court ruling in New York—undocumented immigrants currently with DACA status can file to renew their two-year terms in the program. However, these young people, many of whom are students on our campuses, still are living in limbo. </p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P">In absence of a long-term solution, how can higher education institutions assist students with DACA status during this prolonged period of uncertainty? </p> <div><span style="background-color:initial;"></span></div> The April 4, 2018 Washington International Education Group meeting will discuss the status of DACA and the DREAM Act.Convening234/4/2018 7:00:00 PM4/4/2018 8:30:00 AMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page8/6/2019 3:34:27 PM
U.S.-Japan COIL Initiative: Application Guidance WebinarU.S.-Japan COIL Initiative: Application Guidance Webinarhttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/US-Japan-COIL-Initiative-Application-Guidance-Webinar.aspxU.S.-Japan COIL Initiative: Application Guidance Webinar<img alt="A picture of the orange Torii Gates in Japan, with black lettering on them." src="/PublishingImages/Interior-Page-Heroes/Torii_gates—Fushimi_Inari_Shrine_(9977683204).jpg?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> Learn what you need to know about applying to the U.S.-Japan COIL Initiative and receive general guidance on preparing a competitive application. U.S. accredited, degree-granting higher education institutions interested in applying are encouraged to watch this recorded webinar presentation. Selected Institutions for the Initiative will be able to Engage faculty in campus internationalization and integrate global learning in the curriculum Strengthen your students’ cultural competencies and increase opportunities to study abroad Receive guidance from ACE, COIL experts, and peer institutions The U.S.-Japan COIL Initiative Application Deadline is May 31, 2018. Apply Now! <p>Learn what you need to know about applying to the <a href="/news-room/Pages/US-Japan_COIL_Initiative.aspx" target="_blank">U.S.-Japan COIL Initiative</a> and receive general guidance on preparing a competitive application. </p> <h3> </h3> <p></p> <p>U.S. accredited, degree-granting higher education institutions interested in applying are encouraged to watch this recorded webinar presentation.</p> <p></p> <div> </div> <p></p> <div> </div> <p>Selected Institutions for the Initiative will be able to:<br></p> <div> </div> <p class="MsoListParagraphCxSpFirst" style="margin-left:0.25in;text-indent:-0.25in;line-height:150%;"></p> <ul><li><p>Engage faculty in campus internationalization and integrate global learning in the curriculum</p></li> <h6 class="ms-rteElement-ACETier4Heading"> </h6><li><p>Strengthen your students’ cultural competencies and increase opportunities to study abroad</p></li> <h6 class="ms-rteElement-ACETier4Heading"> </h6><li><p>Receive guidance from ACE, COIL experts, and peer institutions</p></li></ul> <p></p> <div> </div> <div> </div> <p></p> <div> </div> <p>The U.S.-Japan COIL Initiative Application Deadline is May 31, 2018. <a href="/news-room/Pages/US-Japan_COIL_Initiative.aspx">Apply Now! </a></p>Join us for an informational webinar about the U.S.-Japan COIL Initiative. Online Event174/24/2018 4:00:00 PM4/24/2018 5:00:00 PMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page8/6/2019 3:32:41 PM
U.S.-Japan COIL Initiative - Applications ClosedU.S.-Japan COIL Initiative - Applications Closedhttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/US-Japan-COIL.aspxU.S.-Japan COIL Initiative - Applications Closed<img alt="A picture of the orange Torii Gates in Japan, with black lettering on them." src="/PublishingImages/Interior-Page-Heroes/Torii_gates—Fushimi_Inari_Shrine_(9977683204).jpg?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> The American Council on Education (ACE) is pleased to announce the U.S.-Japan COIL Initiative, aimed at expanding U.S.-Japan higher education ties through collaborative online international learning (COIL). ACE invites applications from U.S. accredited, degree-granting higher education institutions for the U.S.-Japan COIL Initiative. Through a competitive selection process, ACE will identify up to six U.S. institutions to work with new or existing Japanese partner institutions to develop, deliver, and assess one or more COIL courses. The COIL method—also referred to as virtual exchange—is a cost-effective, accessible, and scalable method of expanding global learning opportunities for greater numbers of U.S. higher education students. COIL is an innovative pedagogy involving collaborative teaching and learning in two or more countries facilitated by online communication that has been developed and promoted by the State University of New York (SUNY) COIL Center . For over a decade, ACE has recognized the COIL model as a cost-effective, accessible method for delivering global learning and intercultural experience to greater numbers of U.S. students, particularly the 90 percent of U.S. undergraduates who do not participate in education abroad. Faculty from institutions selected for the U.S.-Japan COIL Initiative will collaborate to develop a joint syllabus, and students in the two countries will then work together to complete assignments that meet shared learning objectives. Institutions that have existing partnerships with Japan, as well as those that do not currently collaborate with institutions in Japan, are encouraged to apply. ACE will work with selected institutions that do not have active partnerships to identify a Japanese partner for COIL course development. Representatives of selected institutions will participate in a 3-day course development workshop with their Japanese counterparts in October 2018 in Washington, DC. Workshop expenses, including transportation and hotel, will be covered under terms of the award. Selected institutions will receive a limited number of faculty development stipends. Travel stipends are available for a limited number of students enrolled in one of the new COIL courses to use toward education abroad in Japan. The U.S.-Japan COIL Initiative is designed to test the idea that students who participate in COIL courses will increase their understanding of the partner country, sharpen their cultural competency skills, and become better prepared for in-person education exchange. If successful, ACE aims to expand the program to include additional U.S. and Japanese partner institutions. <p>The American Council on Education (ACE) is pleased to announce the U.S.-Japan COIL Initiative, aimed at expanding U.S.-Japan higher education ties through collaborative online international learning (COIL).</p> <div></div> <p>ACE invites applications from U.S. accredited, degree-granting higher education institutions for the U.S.-Japan COIL Initiative. Through a competitive selection process, ACE will identify up to six U.S. institutions to work with new or existing Japanese partner institutions to develop, deliver, and assess one or more COIL courses. <br></p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P" style="margin-bottom:15px;"></p> <p>The COIL method—also referred to as virtual exchange—is a cost-effective, accessible, and scalable method of expanding global learning opportunities for greater numbers of U.S. higher education students. COIL is an innovative pedagogy involving collaborative teaching and learning in two or more countries facilitated by online communication that has been developed and promoted by the <a href="http://coil.suny.edu/" target="_blank">State University of New York (SUNY) COIL Center</a>. For over a decade, ACE has recognized the COIL model as a cost-effective, accessible method for delivering global learning and intercultural experience to greater numbers of U.S. students, particularly the 90 percent of U.S. undergraduates who do not participate in education abroad.</p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P" style="margin-bottom:15px;"></p> <p>Faculty from institutions selected for the U.S.-Japan COIL Initiative will collaborate to develop a joint syllabus, and students in the two countries will then work together to complete assignments that meet shared learning objectives.</p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P" style="margin-bottom:15px;"></p> <p>Institutions that have existing partnerships with Japan, as well as those that do not currently collaborate with institutions in Japan, are encouraged to apply. ACE will work with selected institutions that do not have active partnerships to identify a Japanese partner for COIL course development. </p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P" style="margin-bottom:15px;"></p> <p>Representatives of selected institutions will participate in a 3-day course development workshop with their Japanese counterparts in October 2018 in Washington, DC. Workshop expenses, including transportation and hotel, will be covered under terms of the award. Selected institutions will receive a limited number of faculty development stipends. Travel stipends are available for a limited number of students enrolled in one of the new COIL courses to use toward education abroad in Japan.</p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P" style="margin-bottom:15px;"></p> <p>The U.S.-Japan COIL Initiative is designed to test the idea that students who participate in COIL courses will increase their understanding of the partner country, sharpen their cultural competency skills, and become better prepared for in-person education exchange. If successful, ACE aims to expand the program to include additional U.S. and Japanese partner institutions.</p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P" style="margin-bottom:15px;"></p> The U.S.-Japan COIL Initiative aims to expand U.S.-Japan higher education ties through collaborative online international learning (COIL).Convening235/31/2018 4:00:00 AM6/1/2018 4:00:00 AMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page8/22/2019 11:45:10 PM
Executive Forum for Leading InternationalizationExecutive Forum for Leading Internationalizationhttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Executive-Forum-Nov-2018.aspxExecutive Forum for Leading Internationalization Join this year’s Executive Forum for Leading Internationalization to share and learn best practices and insights for incorporating digital technology as part of your institution's internationalization strategy. To stay on the forward edge of internationalization, higher education leaders are integrating a broad range of technology approaches for innovation in curriculum, partnerships, and student mobility. Interactive e-learning classrooms and online degree programs are promising options for institutions to produce more accessible, affordable, and scalable global opportunities. Student success planning systems, data analytic software, and artificial intelligence can help institutions streamline internal communications, as well as to support strategic decision making about their global engagement. In a field that is constantly innovating, how do senior leaders make critical decisions about the best technology options? When is technology NOT the answer for moving internationalization forward? How do senior leaders evaluate the costs and benefits of investing in new technologies? The ACE Executive Forum for Leading Internationalization is an annual invitational meeting open only to university and college presidents, chief academic officers, and senior international officers and features discussion of critical issues in advancing the internationalization of higher education. ACE also invites chief data information and technology officers to attend this year’s Executive Forum. For more information, contact cige@acenet.edu , or +1-202-939-9313. Media Coverage This event is not open to the media. Reporters interested in more information should contact ACE Public Affairs at 202-939-9365. <p>Join this year’s Executive Forum for Leading Internationalization to share and learn best practices and insights for incorporating digital technology as part of your institution's internationalization strategy. </p> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div><p>To stay on the forward edge of internationalization, higher education leaders are integrating a broad range of technology approaches for innovation in curriculum, partnerships, and student mobility.  </p></div> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p>Interactive e-learning classrooms and online degree programs are promising options for institutions to produce more accessible, affordable, and scalable global opportunities. Student success planning systems, data analytic software, and artificial intelligence can help institutions streamline internal communications, as well as to support strategic decision making about their global engagement.</p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p>In a field that is constantly innovating, how do senior leaders make critical decisions about the best technology options? When is technology NOT the answer for moving internationalization forward? How do senior leaders evaluate the costs and benefits of investing in new technologies?</p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p></p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p>The <a href="/news-room/Pages/Leadership-Network-for-International-Education.aspx">ACE Executive Forum for Leading Internationalization</a> is an annual invitational meeting open only to university and college presidents, chief academic officers, and senior international officers and features discussion of critical issues in advancing the internationalization of higher education. ACE also invites chief data information and technology officers to attend this year’s Executive Forum.</p> <div> </div> <p></p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p></p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <div><p></p> <div></div> <div></div> <p>For more information, contact <a href="mailto:cige@acenet.edu"></a><a href="mailto:cige@acenet.edu">cige@acenet.edu</a>, or +1-202-939-9313.</p></div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"></p> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <hr /> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <h3> </h3> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <h3> <span>Media Coverage</span></h3> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <p></p> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div><p class="ms-rteElement-P">This event is not open to the media. Reporters interested in more information should contact ACE Public <span>Affairs at 202-939-9365.</span></p></div> To stay on the forward edge of internationalization, higher education leaders are integrating a broad range of technology approaches for innovation in curriculum, partnerships, and student mobility. Convening2311/1/2018 12:00:00 PM11/1/2018 9:30:00 PMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page8/6/2019 2:22:50 PM
Speaking Truth and Acting With Integrity: Navigating a Campus Racial CrisisSpeaking Truth and Acting With Integrity: Navigating a Campus Racial Crisishttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Speaking-Truth-Acting-With-Integrity-Navigating-Campus-Racial-Crisis.aspxSpeaking Truth and Acting with Integrity: Confronting Challenges of Campus Racial Climate [Recording Available] As campuses across the country experience a resurgence of racist and hateful incidents, a report from the American Council on Education (ACE) explores how the University of Missouri responded to the 2015 crisis on its campus and offers recommendations for other university leaders who strive to create and maintain a positive racial climate before, during, and after a crisis. “Speaking Truth and Acting with Integrity Confronting Challenges of Campus Racial Climate,” co-authored by Adrianna Kezar of the University of Southern California, and Sharon Fries-Britt of the University of Maryland, offers useful frameworks for building campuses’ capacity to address diversity and inclusion, as well as to work through the emotional healing often required after a racial incident or crisis. An event held on Thursday, November 29, shared more about the report and its findings, and about how leaders can examine these frameworks as a way to gauge their own approach and progress. The report is a collaboration between the University of Missouri’s Division of Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity and ACE’s Center for Policy Research and Strategy (CPRS). Click here to see the full report. A recording of the event is available. Please click "Watch" in the "Recording" box to view the full event on YouTube. <p>As campuses across the country experience a resurgence of racist and hateful incidents, a report from the American Council on Education (ACE) explores how the University of Missouri responded to the 2015 crisis on its campus and offers recommendations for other university leaders who strive to create and maintain a positive racial climate before, during, and after a crisis.</p> <p>“Speaking Truth and Acting with Integrity: Confronting Challenges of Campus Racial Climate,” co-authored by Adrianna Kezar of the University of Southern California, and Sharon Fries-Britt of the University of Maryland, offers useful frameworks for building campuses’ capacity to address diversity and inclusion, as well as to work through the emotional healing often required after a racial incident or crisis.</p> <p>An event held on Thursday, November 29, shared more about the report and its findings, and about how leaders can examine these frameworks as a way to gauge their own approach and progress. </p> <p>The report is a collaboration between the University of Missouri’s Division of Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity and ACE’s Center for Policy Research and Strategy (CPRS). <a href="/news-room/Pages/speaking-truth-and-acting-with-integrity.aspx">Click here</a> to see the full report.</p> <p>A recording of the event is available. Please click "Watch" in the "Recording" box to view the full event on YouTube. </p> <p></p> Join ACE to learn how the University of Missouri responded to a 2015 crisis on its campus, and hear recommendations for other university leaders striving to create and maintain a positive racial climate before, during, and after a crisis. Attendees will lConvening2311/29/2018 5:00:00 AM11/29/2018 4:15:00 PMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page8/16/2019 8:23:55 PM
ACE West Winter SummitACE West Winter Summithttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/2019-ACE-West-Winter-Summit.aspxACE West Winter Summit: Tackling the Mental Health Crisis on American Campuses<img alt="A picture of a student in a cap and gown on graduation day" src="/PublishingImages/Interior-Page-Heroes/west-summer-summit-ads13_1200x625.jpg?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> Eleven percent of college students seriously thought about attempting suicide in the past year. Of this percentage, one in 20 made a plan to carry it out. Three out of 10 college students have struggled with depression in the last two weeks. One in 4 students have expressed issues with anxiety. These sobering statistics remind us that today’s college students struggle with a variety of mental health issues including depression, anxiety, and thoughts of suicide. Institutional leaders must be prepared to address mental health issues within the campus context and to create a supportive learning environment for students. Accordingly, ACE is convening a regional community to proactively address the challenge of student mental health and how it impacts individual institutions. Learn from experienced thought leaders, share best practices with your colleagues, and experiment with new ideas to plan effective future responses. Over this day-and-a-half summit in Tucson, institutional leaders will Examine the issues and current trends related to college student mental health; Explore inter- and intra-institutional partnerships to foster mental health on campus; Consider promising practices (and common missteps) for creating a campus environment that promotes mental health and well-being for all students; and, Discuss how different types of institutions can best engage key constituent groups (e.g., faculty, staff, students, community members, etc.) in both addressing mental health challenges and supporting stakeholders working with affected individuals. Register to gain knowledge and insights to effectively address student mental health and well-being, a critical topic for higher education administrators. Key Dates for Payments, Cancellations, and Accommodations December 18, 2018 Cancellation requests submitted to ACELeadership@acenet.edu by 500 p.m. EST will receive a refund minus $200 cancellation fee. December 23, 2018 Payment Deadline (participation is not confirmed until full payment is received) December 26, 2018 Hotel Reservation Deadline (see Location tab for more details) January 9, 2019 Cancellation requests submitted to ACELeadership@acenet.edu by 500 p.m. EST will receive a 50% refund After January 9, 2019 Cancellation requests submitted to ACELeadership@acenet.edu are not eligible for a refund Payment and Cancellations Full payment must be received by December 23, 2018 to confirm participation in the program. ACE accepts the following payment options Credit Card - American Express, Visa, Discover, or MasterCard accepted. Participants can pay during registration or by calling 202-939-9376 to have payment processed by phone. Or, visit acenet.edu/pay to pay invoices online. Check - Make payable to American Council on Education. Mail both check and registration receipt to American Council on Education c/o ACE Leadership P.O. Box 418762 Boston, MA 02241-8762 Note Purchase orders are not accepted as payment. To request an invoice, email both purchase order and registration receipt to cbanks@acenet.edu . Cancellations - Please view the Key Dates chart (above) for the cancellation policies. QUESTIONS? Email ACELeadership@acenet.edu <p class="ms-rteElement-P"><span><a href="http://www.healthymindsnetwork.org/system/resources/W1siZiIsIjIwMTcvMDkvMTIvMTNfMjZfMDRfMTgzX0hNU19uYXRpb25hbC5wZGYiXV0/HMS_national.pdf"><strong>Eleven percent</strong></a><strong> of college students seriously thought about attempting suicide in the past year. Of this percentage, one in 20 made a plan to carry it out.</strong></span></p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"><strong> </strong></p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"><span><strong>Three out of 10 college students have struggled with depression in the last two weeks.</strong></span></p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"><strong> </strong></p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"><strong> </strong></p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"><strong> </strong></p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"><span><strong>One in 4 students have expressed issues with anxiety.</strong></span></p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"><strong></strong></p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"></p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P" style="line-height:20px;margin:0px 0px 10px;font-family:"myriad pro", tahoma, arial, sans-serif;font-size:12px;font-style:normal;font-weight:400;letter-spacing:normal;text-indent:0px;text-transform:none;white-space:normal;word-spacing:0px;"></p> <div> </div> <p></p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P" style="line-height:20px;margin:0px 0px 10px;font-family:"myriad pro", tahoma, arial, sans-serif;font-size:12px;font-style:normal;font-weight:400;letter-spacing:normal;text-indent:0px;text-transform:none;white-space:normal;word-spacing:0px;">These sobering statistics remind us that today’s college students struggle with a variety of mental health issues including depression, anxiety, and thoughts of suicide. Institutional leaders must be prepared to address mental health issues within the campus context and to create a supportive learning environment for students. Accordingly, ACE is convening a regional community to proactively address the challenge of student mental health and how it impacts individual institutions. Learn from experienced thought leaders, share best practices with your colleagues, and experiment with new ideas to plan effective future responses.</p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div>  <span style="background-color:initial;">Over this day-and-a-half summit in Tucson, institutional leaders will:</span></div> <div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"></p> <ul><li>Examine the issues and current trends related to college student mental health;<br></li> <li>Explore inter- and intra-institutional partnerships to foster mental health on campus;<br></li> <li>Consider promising practices (and common missteps) for creating a campus environment that promotes mental health and well-being for all students; and,<br></li> <li>Discuss how different types of institutions can best engage key constituent groups (e.g., faculty, staff, students, community members, etc.) in both addressing mental health challenges and supporting stakeholders working with affected individuals. <br></li></ul> <p></p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P">Register to gain knowledge and insights to effectively address student mental health and well-being, a critical topic for higher education administrators. </p></div> <div> </div> <div> <div><table width="100%" cellpadding="5" border="1px solid black"><tbody><tr><th colspan="2" style="text-align:center;">Key Dates for Payments, Cancellations, and Accommodations</th></tr> <tr><td><p>December 18, 2018</p></td> <td><p>Cancellation requests submitted to <a href="mailto:ACELeadership@acenet.edu">ACELeadership@acenet.edu</a> by 5:00 p.m. EST will receive a refund minus $200 cancellation fee.</p></td></tr> <tr><td><p>December 23, 2018</p></td> <td><p>Payment Deadline (participation is not confirmed until full payment is received)</p></td></tr> <tr><td><p>December 26, 2018</p></td> <td><p>Hotel Reservation Deadline (see <a href="/Events/Pages/2019-ACE-West-Winter-Summit.aspx#tabContent-3">Location tab</a> for more details)</p></td></tr> <tr><td><p>January 9, 2019</p></td> <td><p>Cancellation requests submitted to <a href="mailto:ACELeadership@acenet.edu">ACELeadership@acenet.edu</a> by 5:00 p.m. EST will receive a 50% refund</p></td></tr> <tr><td><p>After January 9, 2019</p></td> <td><p>Cancellation requests submitted to <a href="mailto:ACELeadership@acenet.edu">ACELeadership@acenet.edu</a> are not eligible for a refund</p></td></tr> </tbody></table> </div> <h3>Payment and Cancellations </h3><p> <br>Full payment must be received by December 23, 2018 to confirm participation in the program. ACE accepts the following payment options:<br> <br>Credit Card - American Express, Visa, Discover, or MasterCard accepted. Participants can pay during registration or by calling 202-939-9376 to have payment processed by phone.  Or, visit <a href="https://www2.acenet.edu/acestore/invoice/" target="_blank">acenet.edu/pay</a> to pay invoices online.  </p><p>Check - Make payable to American Council on Education. Mail both check and registration receipt to:<br> </p><p>American Council on Education<br>c/o ACE Leadership<br>P.O. Box 418762<br>Boston, MA 02241-8762 </p><p>Note: Purchase orders are not accepted as payment. To request an invoice, email both purchase order and registration receipt to <a href="mailto:cbanks@acenet.edu" target="_blank">cbanks@acenet.edu</a>. <br> </p> <div><div><p>Cancellations - Please view the Key Dates chart (above) for the cancellation policies. </p></div></div></div> <p> QUESTIONS? Email <a href="mailto:ACELeadership@acenet.edu" target="_blank">ACELeadership@acenet.edu</a></p> ACE is convening a regional community to proactively address the challenge of student mental health and how it impacts individual institutions.Summit211/17/2019 5:00:00 AM1/19/2019 4:55:00 AMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page8/15/2019 6:50:09 PM
ACE/AIEA Internationalization Collaborative 2019: Preparing for Tomorrow's StudentACE/AIEA Internationalization Collaborative 2019: Preparing for Tomorrow's Studenthttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Internationalization-Collaborative-2019-Preparing-for-Tomorrows-Student.aspxACE/AIEA Internationalization Collaborative 2019: Preparing for Tomorrow's Student What will be the future of internationalization in higher education? With increasing access to higher education in the United States, student enrollment is reflecting more than ever a diversity of student identities and life stages—students of color, adult learners, parents, veterans, first-generation students, new Americans, and international students. According to ACE research, so-called “post-traditional” students now comprise a majority of U.S. postsecondary enrollment, and their participation in higher education is growing. How can U.S. colleges and universities recognize the increasing complexity of their students’ cultural backgrounds and life experiences as a benefit to student learning, in and out of the classroom? How does increasing campus diversity contribute to global learning? Looking to our international community, what new approaches are other higher education systems adopting to internationalize that may inform the future of U.S. higher education? These topics and others will be explored at the 2019 ACE/AIEA Internationalization Collaborative , a one-day, annual conference devoted to meeting the challenges of campus internationalization. The Collaborative meets in conjunction with the Association of International Education Administrators (AIEA) Annual Conference . Registration for the two events is separate, and we strongly encourage you to attend both. This year’s Collaborative will include opportunities to Explore various methods of delivering global learning*—in the classroom, using interactive technologies, and through experiential learning. Rethink the way global education remains relevant throughout a learner’s lifetime, and ways students can continue to strengthen their global learning and experience. Discuss strategies for increasing access to global learning across a broad and diverse spectrum of learners. Use data to reimagine and inform the student experience. The Collaborative is designed for internationalization leaders, campus administrators, deans, and faculty interested in sharing best practices for engaging diverse learners and preparing them to contribute to tomorrow’s world. *Global learning is defined by Landorf and Doscher (2015) as “the process of diverse people collaboratively analyzing and addressing complex problems that transcend borders.” <h3>What will be the future of internationalization in higher education? </h3> <h4 class="ms-rteElement-ACETier2Heading"> </h4> <p>With increasing access to higher education in the United States, student enrollment is reflecting more than ever a diversity of student identities and life stages—students of color, adult learners, parents, veterans, first-generation students, new Americans, and international students. According to ACE research, so-called “post-traditional” students now comprise a majority of U.S. postsecondary enrollment, and their participation in higher education is growing. How can U.S. colleges and universities recognize the increasing complexity of their students’ cultural backgrounds and life experiences as a benefit to student learning, in and out of the classroom? How does increasing campus diversity contribute to global learning? Looking to our international community, what new approaches are other higher education systems adopting to internationalize that may inform the future of U.S. higher education? </p> <p>These topics and others will be explored at the 2019  <a href="/Events/Pages/Internationalization-Collaborative-2019-Preparing-for-Tomorrows-Student.aspx">ACE/AIEA Internationalization Collaborative</a>, a one-day, annual conference devoted to meeting the challenges of campus internationalization. The Collaborative meets in conjunction with the <a href="https://www.aieaworld.org/2019-conference-registration" target="_blank">Association of International Education Administrators (AIEA) Annual Conference</a>. Registration for the two events is separate, and we strongly encourage you to attend both.</p> <p>This year’s Collaborative will include opportunities to:</p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"></p> <ul><li><p>Explore various methods of delivering global learning*—in the classroom, using interactive technologies, and through experiential learning. <br></p></li> <li><p>Rethink the way global education remains relevant throughout a learner’s lifetime, and ways students can continue to strengthen their global learning and experience.<br></p></li> <li><p>Discuss strategies for increasing access to global learning across a broad and diverse spectrum of learners.<br></p></li> <li><p>Use data to reimagine and inform the student experience.<br></p></li></ul> <p></p> <p>The Collaborative is designed for internationalization leaders, campus administrators, deans, and faculty interested in sharing best practices for engaging diverse learners and preparing them to contribute to tomorrow’s world.</p> <p><span class="ms-rteFontSize-1"><em>*Global learning is defined by Landorf and Doscher (2015) as “the process of diverse people collaboratively analyzing and addressing complex problems that transcend borders.”</em></span></p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"></p>What will be the future of internationalization in higher education? Convening231/19/2019 1:30:00 PM1/20/2019 12:00:00 AMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page7/23/2020 4:17:04 PM
ACE South Winter SummitACE South Winter Summithttps://www.acenet.edu/Pages/2019-ACE-South-Winter-Summit.aspxACE South Winter Summit - Tackling the Mental Health Crisis on American Campuses<img alt="A picture of a group of students sitting with their professor and talking" src="/PublishingImages/Interior-Page-Heroes/Winter%20summit%20ads_nola_1200x625%20blank.jpg?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> Eleven percent of college students seriously thought about attempting suicide in the past year. Of this percentage, one in 20 made a plan to carry it out. Three out of 10 college students have struggled with depression in the last two weeks. One in 4 students have expressed issues with anxiety. These sobering statistics remind us that today’s college students struggle with a variety of mental health issues including depression, anxiety, and thoughts of suicide. Institutional leaders must be prepared to address mental health issues within the campus context and to create a supportive learning environment for students. Accordingly, ACE is convening a regional community to proactively address the challenge of student mental health and how it impacts individual institutions. Learn from experienced thought leaders, share best practices with your colleagues, and experiment with new ideas to plan effective future responses. Over this day-and–a-half summit in New Orleans, institutional leaders will Examine the issues and current trends related to college student mental health; Explore inter- and intra-institutional partnerships to foster mental health on campus; Consider promising practices (and common missteps) for creating a campus environment that promotes mental health and well-being for all students; and, Discuss how different types of institutions can best engage key constituent groups (e.g., faculty, staff, students, community members, etc.) in both addressing mental health challenges and supporting stakeholders working with affected individuals. Register to gain knowledge and insights to effectively address student mental health and well-being, a critical topic for higher education administrators. Key Dates for Payments, Cancellations, and Accommodations January 25, 2019 Hotel Reservation Deadline (see Location tab for more details) No guarantee on group rates for reservations made after this date. January 30, 2019 Cancellation requests submitted to ACELeadership@acenet.edu by 500 p.m. EST will receive a 50% refund After January 30, 2019 Cancellation requests submitted to ACELeadership@acenet.edu are not eligible for a refund Payment Full payment must be received prior to attending program to confirm participation. ACE accepts the following payment options Credit Card -American Express, Visa, Discover, or MasterCard accepted. Participants can pay during registration or by calling 202-939-9376 to have payment processed by phone. Or, visit acenet.edu/pay to pay invoice online. Check - Make payable to American Council on Education. Mail both check and registration receipt to American Council on Education c/o ACE Leadership P.O. Box 418762 Boston, MA 02241-8762 Note Purchase orders are not accepted as payment. To request an invoice, email both purchase order and registration receipt to cbanks@acenet.edu . QUESTIONS? Email ACELeadership@acenet.edu Media Coverage This event is not open to the media. Reporters interested in more information should contact ACE Public Affairs at 202-939-9365. <p><a href="http://www.healthymindsnetwork.org/system/resources/W1siZiIsIjIwMTcvMDkvMTIvMTNfMjZfMDRfMTgzX0hNU19uYXRpb25hbC5wZGYiXV0/HMS_national.pdf">Eleven percent</a> of college students seriously thought about attempting suicide in the past year. Of this percentage, one in 20 made a plan to carry it out. </p><div> </div> <p></p> <div> </div> <p>Three out of 10 college students have struggled with depression in the last two weeks.</p> <div> </div> <p></p> <div> </div> <p></p> <div> </div> <p></p> <div> </div> <p>One in 4 students have expressed issues with anxiety.</p> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <p></p> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <p></p> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <p></p> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <p></p> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <p></p> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <p></p> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <p></p> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <p></p> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <p>These sobering statistics remind us that today’s college students struggle with a variety of mental health issues including depression, anxiety, and thoughts of suicide. Institutional leaders must be prepared to address mental health issues within the campus context and to create a supportive learning environment for students. Accordingly, ACE is convening a regional community to proactively address the challenge of student mental health and how it impacts individual institutions. Learn from experienced thought leaders, share best practices with your colleagues, and experiment with new ideas to plan effective future responses.</p> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <p>Over this day-and–a-half summit in New Orleans, institutional leaders will:</p> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"></p> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"></p> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"></p> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"></p> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <ul><li><p>Examine the issues and current trends related to college student mental health;<br></p></li> <li><p>Explore inter- and intra-institutional partnerships to foster mental health on campus;<br></p></li> <li><p>Consider promising practices (and common missteps) for creating a campus environment that promotes mental health and well-being for all students; and,<br></p></li> <li><p>Discuss how different types of institutions can best engage key constituent groups (e.g., faculty, staff, students, community members, etc.) in both addressing mental health challenges and supporting stakeholders working with affected individuals. <br></p></li></ul> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <p></p> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"></p> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"></p> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"></p> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"></p> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"></p> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"></p> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"></p> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"></p> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"></p> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"></p> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"></p> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"></p> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <p>Register to gain knowledge and insights to effectively address student mental health and well-being, a critical topic for higher education administrators. </p> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div><table cellpadding="5" border="1" style="width:100%;"><tbody><tr><th colspan="2" style="text-align:center;"><p>Key Dates for Payments, Cancellations, and Accommodations</p></th></tr> <tr><td><p>January 25, 2019</p></td> <td><p>Hotel Reservation Deadline (see <a href="/events/Pages/2019-ACE-South-Winter-Summit.aspx#tabContent-3">Location tab</a> for more details) No guarantee on group rates for reservations made after this date.<br></p></td></tr> <tr><td><p>January 30, 2019</p></td> <td><p>Cancellation requests submitted to <a href="mailto:ACELeadership@acenet.edu">ACELeadership@acenet.edu </a>by 5:00 p.m. EST will receive a 50% refund</p></td></tr> <tr><td><p>After January 30, 2019</p></td> <td><p>Cancellation requests submitted to <a href="mailto:ACELeadership@acenet.edu">ACELeadership@acenet.edu</a> are not eligible for a refund</p></td></tr></tbody></table></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <p>Payment<br></p> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <div></div> <div> </div> <p>Full payment must be received prior to attending program to confirm participation. ACE accepts the following payment options:</p> <p>Credit Card -American Express, Visa, Discover, or MasterCard accepted. Participants can pay during registration or by calling 202-939-9376 to have payment processed by phone. Or, visit <a href="https://www2.acenet.edu/acestore/invoice/" target="_blank">acenet.edu/pay</a> to pay invoice online. </p><p>Check - Make payable to American Council on Education. Mail both check and registration receipt to:<br></p> <p>American Council on Education<br>c/o ACE Leadership<br>P.O. Box 418762<br>Boston, MA 02241-8762  <br></p> <p>Note: Purchase orders are not accepted as payment. To request an invoice, email both purchase order and registration receipt to <a href="mailto:cbanks@acenet.edu" target="_blank">cbanks@acenet.edu</a>. <br></p> <p>QUESTIONS? Email <a href="mailto:ACELeadership@acenet.edu" target="_blank">ACELeadership@acenet.edu</a></p> <p>Media Coverage<br></p> <p>This event is not open to the media. Reporters interested in more information should contact ACE Public Affairs at 202-939-9365.</p>ACE is convening a regional community to proactively address the challenge of student mental health and how it impacts individual institutions.Summit212/7/2019 5:00:00 AM2/9/2019 4:55:00 AMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page3/3/2020 6:50:12 PM
Race and Ethnicity in Higher Education: A Status Report Release ConveningRace and Ethnicity in Higher Education: A Status Report Release Conveninghttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Race-and-Ethnicity-in-Higher-Education-A-Status-Report.aspxRace and Ethnicity in Higher Education: A Status Report Release Convening Racial and ethnic diversity comes with numerous benefits at all levels of education and in the workforce, and the current and future health of our nation—economic and otherwise—requires that the whole of our population have equitable access to sources of opportunity. Chief among such sources of opportunity is higher education. The American Council on Education (ACE) invites you to join our convening for the release of Race and Ethnicity in Higher Education A Status Report and its accompanying microsite, either in person at the National Press Club, or virtually via livestream, at 900 a.m. ET on February 14. The report examines over 200 indicators, looking at who gains access to a variety of educational environments and experiences, and how these trajectories and their outcomes differ by race and ethnicity. This convening will Promote dialogue and action on the state of race and ethnicity in higher education; Share key findings from the report and opportunities for future engagement on these issues; Explore what attendees can and should do to promote increased educational opportunity and improved outcomes for students of all backgrounds and students of color in particular. Invited attendees include scholars, policymakers, institutional leaders, practitioners, and the media. This event is hosted in collaboration with the University of Southern California’s Center on Race and Equity and the Urban Institute, and is presented with generous support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The Race and Ethnicity in Higher Education project is made possible through the generous support of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. <p class="ms-rteElement-P"><span>Racial and ethnic diversity comes with numerous benefits at all levels of education and in the workforce, and the current and future health of our nation—economic and otherwise—requires that the whole of our population have equitable access to sources of opportunity. Chief among such sources of opportunity is higher education.</span></p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P">The American Council on Education (ACE) invites you to join our convening for the release of <em>Race and Ethnicity in Higher Education: A Status Report</em> and its accompanying microsite, either in person at the National Press Club, or virtually via livestream, at 9:00 a.m. ET on February 14. </p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P">The report examines over 200 indicators, looking at who gains access to a variety of educational environments and experiences, and how these trajectories and their outcomes differ by race and ethnicity. This convening will:</p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"></p> <ul> <li>Promote dialogue and action on the state of race and ethnicity in higher education;<br></li> <li>Share key findings from the report and opportunities for future engagement on these issues;<br></li> <li>Explore what attendees can and should do to promote increased educational opportunity and improved outcomes for students of all backgrounds and students of color in particular.</li> </ul> <p></p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"></p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P">Invited attendees include scholars, policymakers, institutional leaders, practitioners, and the media.</p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"></p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P">This event is hosted in collaboration with the University of Southern California’s Center on Race and Equity and the Urban Institute, and is presented with generous support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The <em>Race and Ethnicity in Higher Education</em> project is made possible through the generous support of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.<span style="background-color:initial;"></span><span style="background-color:initial;"></span></p>ACE will release 'Race and Ethnicity in Higher Education: A Status Report' and its accompanying microsite with an event on Feb. 14, 2019. The report examines over 200 indicators, looking at who gains access to a variety of educational environments and expConvening232/14/2019 1:30:00 PM2/14/2019 5:15:00 PMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page8/14/2019 7:40:48 PM
ACE Virtual Exchange Webinar SeriesACE Virtual Exchange Webinar Serieshttps://www.acenet.edu/News-Room/Pages/ACE-Virtual-Exchange-Webinar-Series-1.aspxACE Virtual Exchange Webinar Series Student and Learning Data Privacy in Higher Education Virtual Exchanges Higher education institutions around the world are engaging in virtual exchanges— technology-enabled, sustained, people to people education programs— with partners in other countries at an exponential rate. Virtual exchanges offer a neutral platform for students from a diversity of backgrounds to have the freedom to express their individuality, demonstrate curiosity and develop empathy through meaningful international online collaboration. Improved internet bandwidth, the proliferation of online communication/social media technologies, and cloud-based applications and learning management systems are easing how instructors and students across borders are able to work together for shared online teaching and learning. However, with these advantageous tools have also come unintended consequences to how student data and learning data are captured, used, and managed. Though there are new data privacy laws emerging to protect personal data collection (i.e., U.S. Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA/SHERPA),ERASMUS+ Virtual Exchange - Privacy Statement and the Japanese Act on the Protection of Personal Information), there are still considerable gaps in what data is protected and how protections are enforced in different parts of the world. In the U.S, in lieu of having student data and learning data privacy and safeguard policies at the national level, many higher education institutions are now proactively creating their own data privacy principles and practices to protect data deriving from faculty and students engaged in online learning activities like virtual exchange. Please join us for an interactive webinar discussion with Jim Philips from the University of California System, a higher education institution system that has been on the forefront of a movement to raise awareness of learning data privacy in U.S. higher education; and Sara Collins from the Future of Privacy Forum, a U.S. nonprofit organization whose Education Privacy Project serves as a catalyst for privacy leadership and scholarship; advancing principled higher education data practices in support of emerging technologies for a safe, enriching academic experience. This webinar session is the first within a series of ACE webinars geared to support and promote best practices for U.S. higher education institutions using technology to advance global learning, intercultural skills, and cross-border collaboration for a greater number of postsecondary students. Register Here by Monday, April 22. An email with additional information, including the webinar link, will be sent in the days before the webinar. <p class="ms-rteElement-P"></p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"></p> <div> </div> <h2>Student and Learning Data Privacy in Higher Education Virtual Exchanges  <br></h2> <h4 class="ms-rteElement-ACETier2Heading"> </h4> <div> </div> <p></p> <div> </div> <p></p> <div> <span></span></div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"><span></span></p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P">Higher education institutions around the world are engaging in virtual exchanges— technology-enabled, sustained, people to people education programs— with partners in other countries at an exponential rate. Virtual exchanges offer a neutral platform for students from a diversity of backgrounds to have the freedom to express their individuality, demonstrate curiosity and develop empathy through meaningful international online collaboration. Improved internet bandwidth, the proliferation of online communication/social media technologies, and cloud-based applications and learning management systems are easing how instructors and students across borders are able to work together for shared online teaching and learning. </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P">However, with these advantageous tools have also come unintended consequences to how student data and learning data are captured, used, and managed. Though there are new data privacy laws emerging to protect personal data collection (i.e., U.S. Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA/SHERPA),ERASMUS+ Virtual Exchange - Privacy Statement and the Japanese Act on the Protection of Personal Information), there are still considerable gaps in what data is protected and how protections are enforced in different parts of the world. In the U.S, in lieu of having student data and learning data privacy and safeguard policies at the national level, many higher education institutions are now proactively creating their own data privacy principles and practices to protect data deriving from faculty and students engaged in online learning activities like virtual exchange. </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P">Please join us for an interactive webinar discussion with: Jim Philips from the University of California System, a higher education institution system that has been on the forefront of a movement to raise awareness of learning data privacy in U.S. higher education; and Sara Collins from the Future of Privacy Forum, a U.S. nonprofit organization whose Education Privacy Project serves as a catalyst for privacy leadership and scholarship; advancing principled higher education data practices in support of emerging technologies for a safe, enriching academic experience. </p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P">This webinar session is the first within a series of ACE webinars geared to support and promote best practices for U.S. higher education institutions using technology to advance global learning, intercultural skills, and cross-border collaboration for a greater number of postsecondary students. Register Here by Monday, April 22. An email with additional information, including the webinar link, will be sent in the days before the webinar.</p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"></p> <div> </div> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"><br></p> <div> </div> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p>Student and learning data privacy in higher education virtual exchangesOnline Event175/1/2019 4:00:00 PM5/1/2019 5:00:00 PMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page8/23/2019 9:38:22 PM
ACE West Summer SummitACE West Summer Summithttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/2019-ACE-West-Summer-Summit.aspxACE West Summer Summit - Demonstrating Value: Economic Trends and the Changing Needs of Students<img alt="Picture of a woman in a graduation cap." src="/PublishingImages/Interior-Page-Heroes/west-summer-summit-ads13_1200x625.jpg?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> Indisputable evidence shows that college graduates, on average, make more money, and are happier, healthier, and more civically engaged than those who never completed a degree. Nevertheless, it has become clear over the past several years that public skepticism about the value of higher education is on the rise . Concern about rising college costs, student debt loads, and workplace readiness has reignited long-standing debates about the role of higher education. This June, ACE is gathering thought leaders and experienced campus leaders to decipher the necessary steps to affirm the long-term benefits of higher education to individuals and our wider society. Join us at the ACE West Summer Summit in Portland, Oregon. It is important for presidents, provosts, and other senior leaders to understand the current perceptions of higher education in order to consider how best to position their institutions to address them and meet the needs of current and future students. This summit will provide an opportunity for leadership teams to Unpack the public’s perception of higher education. Assess how those views apply to their own institutions. Explore ways to meet the needs of all students in a manner that truly demonstrates the value of higher education. <span style="background-color:initial;">Indisputable evidence shows that college graduates, on average, make more money, and are happier, healthier, and more civically engaged than those who never completed a degree. Nevertheless, it has become clear over the past several years that <strong><a href="https://www.higheredtoday.org/2018/03/09/claiming-story-importance-higher-education-transform-lives-society/" target="_blank">public skepticism about the value of higher education is on the rise</a></strong>.</span> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"><span style="background-color:initial;"></span><span style="background-color:initial;">Concern about rising college costs, student debt loads, and workplace readiness has reignited long-standing debates about the role of higher education. This June, ACE is gathering thought leaders and experienced campus leaders to decipher the necessary steps to affirm the long-term benefits of higher education to individuals and our wider society. </span><br></p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"><span style="background-color:initial;"><strong>Join us at the ACE West Summer Summit in Portland, Oregon. </strong></span><span style="background-color:initial;">It is important for presidents, provosts, and other senior leaders to understand the current perceptions of higher education in order to consider how best to position their institutions to address them and meet the needs of current and future students. </span></p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"><span style="background-color:initial;">This summit will provide an opportunity for leadership teams to:</span><br></p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"> </p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P"></p> <ul><li>Unpack the public’s perception of higher education.</li> <li>Assess how those views apply to their own institutions.</li> <li>Explore ways to meet the needs of all students in a manner that truly demonstrates the value of higher education.</li></ul> A gathering of experienced thought leaders and senior administrators unpacking the public’s perception of higher education and exploring ways to meet the needs of all students in a manner that truly demonstrates the value of higher education.Summit216/6/2019 4:00:00 AM6/8/2019 3:55:00 AMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page3/3/2020 6:48:44 PM
College Unbound: A Regional Accreditation and Innovation JourneyCollege Unbound: A Regional Accreditation and Innovation Journeyhttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/College-Unbound-Regional-Accreditation-and-Innovation.aspxCollege Unbound: A Regional Accreditation and Innovation Journey<img alt="A picture of three students posing and smiling." src="/PublishingImages/Interior-Page-Heroes/CU%20three%20students.jpg?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​ACE hosted a morning discussion in which we learned about responsible innovation from a case study on the 10-year accreditation journey of College Unbound. College Unbound is a unique institution designed for low-income adults who have started college but not finished. We welcome you to uncover this journey, which uses a blend of apprenticeship, high-impact practices, and student supports to help students achieve a bachelor’s degree. ​Socially responsible, mission-driven, and nonprofit i​nnovation is possible in American higher education—in fact, it should be the norm. Pulling off this innovation means fully engaging federal and state policy, as well as viewing regional accreditation as a learning process rather than a barrier. We explored th​e innovation journey from all stakeholder perspectives and learned lessons for other institutions that want to innovate in meaningful ways to serve their students with quality, affordable higher education. <p>​​ACE hosted a morning discussion in which we learned about responsible innovation from a case study on the 10-year accreditation journey of College Unbound. College Unbound is a unique institution designed for low-income adults who have started college but not finished. We welcome you to uncover this journey, which uses a blend of apprenticeship, high-impact practices, and student supports to help students achieve a bachelor’s degree. <br></p><p>​Socially responsible, mission-driven, and nonprofit i​nnovation is possible in American higher education—in fact, it should be the norm. Pulling off this innovation means fully engaging federal and state policy, as well as viewing regional accreditation as a learning process rather than a barrier.<br></p><p>We explored th​e innovation journey from all stakeholder perspectives and learned lessons for other institutions that want to innovate in meaningful ways to serve their students with quality, affordable higher education.<br></p>Please join ACE for a morning discussion in which we will learn about responsible innovation from a case study on the 10-year accreditation journey of College Unbound.Convening2310/2/2019 12:30:00 PM10/2/2019 3:30:00 PMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page3/22/2020 10:09:41 PM
The Transformation-Ready Higher Education Institution: How Leaders Can Prepare for and Promote ChangeThe Transformation-Ready Higher Education Institution: How Leaders Can Prepare for and Promote Changehttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/The-Transformation-Ready-Higher-Education-Institution.aspxThe Transformation-Ready Higher Education Institution: How Leaders Can Prepare for and Promote Change<img alt="Photo of students climbing a campus building staircase" src="/PublishingImages/Interior-Page-Heroes/GettyImages-683735087_super-Huron-Cover-3000w.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​Higher education leaders will not be able to solve for every economic, political, social, or technological variable reshaping the industry. But by rooting transformation in tangible changes to the management approaches, processes, and structures that have long defined their institutions, leaders will prepare their teams to educate and impact as many students as possible — regardless of what the future holds. Together the American Council on Education (ACE), the Georgia Institute of Technology, and Huron engaged with 495 leaders at four-year, nonprofit colleges and universities to understand areas of opportunity and concern and how they are preparing for future change. Join leaders from ACE, the Georgia Institute of Technology, and Huron for a webinar exploring the research findings, and to discuss how leaders can position their institutions for meaningful change by building upon four key dimensions of transformation readiness Develop collaborative leaders who share accountability for strategic growth and manage performance more deliberately. Plan differently and ask questions with both immediate, short-term and visionary, long-term perspectives. Operate in more connected ways through shared data and technology that enable stronger performance management. Establish innovation centers to develop and launch offerings for new student populations, from first-generation learners to corporate employees and adults pursuing career shifts. This event will take place online. Participation is complementary, but registration is required. <p>​​​Higher education leaders will not be able to solve for every economic, political, social, or technological variable reshaping the industry. But by rooting transformation in tangible changes to the management approaches, processes, and structures that have long defined their institutions, leaders will prepare their teams to educate and impact as many students as possible<span style="font-size:10pt;line-height:107%;font-family:"trebuchet ms", sans-serif;color:#444444;"><span style="font-size:12pt;line-height:107%;font-family:georgia, serif;">—</span></span>regardless of what the future holds.<br></p><p>Together the American Council on Education (ACE), the Georgia Institute of Technology, and Huron engaged with 495 leaders at four-year, nonprofit colleges and universities to understand areas of opportunity and concern and how they are preparing for future change. </p><p>Join leaders from ACE, the Georgia Institute of Technology, and Huron for a webinar exploring the research findings, and to discuss how leaders can position their institutions for meaningful change by building upon four key dimensions of transformation readiness:</p><ul><li>Develop collaborative leaders who share accountability for strategic growth and manage performance more deliberately. </li><li>Plan differently and ask questions with both immediate, short-term and visionary, long-term perspectives. </li><li>Operate in more connected ways through shared data and technology that enable stronger performance management. </li><li>Establish innovation centers to develop and launch offerings for new student populations, from first-generation learners to corporate employees and adults pursuing career shifts. </li></ul><div>This event will take place online. Participation is complementary, but registration is required. <br></div> ACE, the Georgia Institute of Technology, and Huron surveyed 495 campus leaders to understand how they approach disruption. Based on these findings, learn how leaders can prepare to lead institutions through meaningful change.Video3510/22/2019 6:00:00 PM10/22/2019 7:00:00 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page5/26/2020 8:14:58 PM
2019 ACE Midwest Fall Summit2019 ACE Midwest Fall Summithttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/2019-ACE-Midwest-Fall-Summit.aspxACE Midwest Fall Summit - Reclaiming the High Ground: Aligning Value and Student Success <img alt="A picture of a group of students sitting on top of a mountain" src="/PublishingImages/Interior-Page-Heroes/Oct-midwest-regional-summit-ads_1200x675%20background.jpg?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​Reclaiming the High Ground Aligning Value and Student Success ​Discover how campuses can thrive in the current landscape by identifying their unique value proposition, communicating it to key stakeholders, and delivering on its promises. During the day and a half summit, participants will leverage ACE’s data on student demographics with current public expectations of higher education and proceed through a design process that will help articulate the particular promises that each institution offers students. Campus leaders will work collaboratively across functional roles to align mission with specific value propositions for students while ensuring their tactics are financially viable and allow for sustained institutional success. During this event, leaders will Engage in exercises centered in design thinking that allow for intense (re)consideration of institutional mission and market alignment. Define a value proposition for students and design a strategy for delivering on that promise. Examine institutional contexts and collaboratively explore a model for effectively expressing a value proposition focused on a clear student success narrative. Understand promising methods to discuss new alignments with campus leadership teams to ensure forward movement.​​​​​ <h2>​​​​Reclaiming the High Ground: Aligning Value and Student Success<br></h2><p>​Discover how campuses can thrive in the current landscape by identifying their unique value proposition, communicating it to key stakeholders, and delivering on its promises. During the day and a half summit, participants will leverage ACE’s data on student demographics with current public expectations of higher education and proceed through a design process that will help articulate the particular promises that each institution offers students. Campus leaders will work collaboratively across functional roles to align mission with specific value propositions for students while ensuring their tactics are financially viable and allow for sustained institutional success.<span><br></span></p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P">During this event, leaders will:<br></p><ul><li>Engage in exercises centered in design thinking that allow for intense (re)consideration of institutional mission and market alignment. </li><li>Define a value proposition for students and design a strategy for delivering on that promise.</li><li>Examine institutional contexts and collaboratively explore a model for effectively expressing a value proposition focused on a clear student success narrative.</li><li>Understand promising methods to discuss new alignments with campus leadership teams to ensure forward movement.​​​​​<br></li></ul>​Discover how campuses can thrive in the current landscape by identifying their unique value proposition, communicating it to key stakeholders, and delivering on its promises.Summit2110/28/2019 4:00:00 AM10/30/2019 3:55:00 AMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page3/3/2020 6:48:50 PM
Whither HEA Reauthorization?Whither HEA Reauthorization?https://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Whither-HEA-Reauthorization.aspxWhither HEA Reauthorization?<img alt="Picture of the ACE Engage Logo" src="/PublishingImages/branding/engage-web-tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​​​​​​​The Higher Education Act (HEA), the main law that governs federal financial aid and other higher education programs, is supposed to be renewed every five years. But it was last reauthorized in 2008 and has been running on temporary extensions for the past several years while lawmakers start—then stop—the reauthorization process, only to have to begin again every two years when a new Congress is sworn in. ​ As 2019 draws to a close and Congress prepares to leave DC for its holiday break, American Council on Education (ACE) Senior Vice President Terry W. Hartle and ACE Director of Government Relations Jon Fansmith will provide an overview of the prospects for HEA reauthorization, major issues involved with the legislation, and the implications for colleges and universities. HEA Reauthorization​ Q&A Session In addition to this 45-minute webinar presentation about the future of HEA reauthorization, Hartle and Fansmith will hold a 30-minute question-and-answer session on the same topic the next day, December 11, at 23​​0 p.m. (ET) exclusively on ACE Engage ® , ACE's peer-to-peer online community and learning platform. Background This fall, Rep. Bobby Scott (D-VA), chair of the House Education and​ Labor Committee, introduced a new version of HEA reauthorization legislation, the College Affordability Act (H.R. 4674), which was approved by the committee on October 31 along a party-line vote. At over 1,200 pages, it's a dense, complicated piece of legislation, with a number of provisions that would be beneficial for students and institutions, such as significant increases in student aid and support for institutions that have historically been under-resourced. However, these provisions are offset in parts by intrusive, complicated, or burdensome requirements that will undercut the bill's primary goal to make higher education more affordable. See the letter that ACE sent on behalf of 32 other higher education associations to the House commenting on the legislation by clicking here . Meanwhile, HEA discussions in the Senate are currently stalled, although Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-TN), chair of the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee, has attempted to revive the process with a bill containing a handful of changes to the HEA that he released in September. Sen.​​ Alexander and Sen. Doug Jones (D-AL) also introduced legislation to simplify the process for applying for federal financial aid. Neither of those efforts have significant support from Democrats and, at present, they appear unlikely to advance. <p>​​​​​​​​​​​The Higher Education Act (HEA), the main law that governs federal financial aid and other higher education programs, is supposed to be renewed every five years. But it was last reauthorized in 2008 and has been running on temporary extensions for the past several years while lawmakers start—then stop—the reauthorization process, only to have to begin again every two years when a new Congress is sworn in. ​<br></p><p>As 2019 draws to a close and Congress prepares to leave DC for its holiday break, American Council on Education (ACE) Senior Vice President Terry W. Hartle and ACE Director of Government Relations Jon Fansmith will provide an overview of the prospects for HEA reauthorization, major issues involved with the legislation, and the implications for colleges and universities. </p><h3>HEA Reauthorization​ Q&A Session<br></h3><p>In addition to this 45-minute webinar presentation about the future of HEA reauthorization, Hartle and Fansmith will hold a 30-minute question-and-answer session on the same topic the next day, December 11, at 2:3​​0 p.m. (ET) exclusively on <a href="https://engage.acenet.edu/portal/site/library?contentid=1498" target="_blank">ACE Engage<sup>®</sup></a>, ACE's peer-to-peer online community and learning platform. </p><h3>Background</h3> <p>This fall, Rep. Bobby Scott (D-VA), chair of the House Education and​ Labor Committee, introduced a new version of HEA reauthorization legislation, the <a href="https://www.congress.gov/event/116th-congress/house-event/110170" target="_blank">College Affordability Act</a> (H.R. 4674), which was approved by the committee on October 31 along a party-line vote. At over 1,200 pages, it's a dense, complicated piece of legislation, with a number of provisions that would be beneficial for students and institutions, such as significant increases in student aid and support for institutions that have historically been under-resourced. However, these provisions are offset in parts by intrusive, complicated, or burdensome requirements that will undercut the bill's primary goal to make higher education more affordable. See the letter that ACE sent on behalf of 32 other higher education associations to the House commenting on the legislation by <a href="/Documents/Community-Letter-College-Affordability-Act.pdf" target="_blank">clicking here</a>.</p><p>Meanwhile, HEA discussions in the Senate are currently stalled, although Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-TN), chair of the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee, has attempted to revive the process with <a href="https://www.help.senate.gov/chair/newsroom/press/alexander-introduces-long-term-solution-to-fund-historically-black-colleges-and-universities-and-other-minority-serving-institutions" target="_blank">a bill</a> containing a handful of changes to the HEA that he released in September. Sen.​​ Alexander and Sen. Doug Jones (D-AL) also introduced <a href="https://www.help.senate.gov/chair/newsroom/press/alexander-jones-introduce-bill-to-simplify-the-fafsa" target="_blank">legislation</a> to simplify the process for applying for federal financial aid. Neither of those efforts have significant support from Democrats and, at present, they appear unlikely to advance.</p>This webinar provided overview of the prospects for HEA reauthorization, major issues involved with the legislation, and the implications for colleges and universities. Only on ACE Engage—Create your account!Video3512/10/2019 6:00:00 PM12/10/2019 6:45:00 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page4/7/2020 3:00:38 PM
ACE/AIEA Internationalization Collaborative 2020ACE/AIEA Internationalization Collaborative 2020https://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/ACEAIEA-Internationalization-Collaborative-2020.aspxACE/AIEA Internationalization Collaborative 2020<img alt="Picture of a small group of adults conversing in hallway" src="/PublishingImages/Interior-Page-Heroes/iStock-640906702.jpg?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​​​​Leading Higher Education Internationalization as a Sustainable Social Good “There is no more powerful transformative force than education—​to promote human rights and dignity, to eradicate poverty and deepen sustainability, to build a bet​ter future for all, founded on equal rights and social justi​ce, respect for cultural diversity, and international solidarity and shared responsibility, all of which are fundamental aspects of our common humanity.” —​ ​Irina Bokova, former director-general of UNESCO​​​​​ To address today’s global challenges - well-articulated by the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) - higher education internationalization is the conduit for crossing boundaries and connecting disparate cultures and modes of knowledge. At its best, internationalization brings together interdisciplinary, cross-sector, and globally networked communities focused on serving students, local and regional interests, and the wider social good. For the 20th anniversary of the Internationalization Collaborative, this year's program will highlight ways that higher education institutions are proactively developing and incorporating internationalization strategies to be socially responsible and inclusively civic-minded on their campuses, and in their international partnerships. Sessions will focus on Defining and promoting global citizenship The environmental impact and sustainability of international activities Internationalization's economic and societal contributions Cohosted by the American Council on Education (ACE) and the Association of International Education Administrators (AIEA) , the Internationalization Collaborative brings together senior leadership, faculty, and staff as a learning community to address challenges, share ideas, and help one another implement comprehensive, sustainable internationalization strategies. ​Questions about the program? Email collab@acenet.edu . <h2>​​​​​​​​Leading Higher Education Internationalization as a Sustainable Social Good<br></h2><p style="text-align:left;"> <em>“There is no more powerful transformative force than education—​to promote human rights and dignity, to eradicate poverty and deepen sustainability, to build a bet​ter future for all, founded on equal rights and social justi​ce, respect for cultural diversity, and international solidarity and shared responsibility, all of which are fundamental aspects of our common humanity.” </em>—​ ​Irina Bokova, former director-general of UNESCO​​​​​<br></p> <p>To address today’s global challenges - well-articulated by the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) - higher education internationalization is the conduit for crossing boundaries and connecting disparate cultures and modes of knowledge. At its best, internationalization brings together interdisciplinary, cross-sector, and globally networked communities focused on serving students, local and regional interests, and the wider social good.  </p> <span></span> <font size="3" face="Times New Roman"> </font> <font size="3" face="Times New Roman"> </font> <p>For the 20th anniversary of the Internationalization Collaborative, this year's program will highlight ways that higher education institutions are proactively developing and incorporating internationalization strategies to be socially responsible and inclusively civic-minded on their campuses, and in their international partnerships. <br>Sessions will focus on:  <span style="font-size:12pt;font-family:calibri, sans-serif;color:black;"></span></p> <ul><li>Defining and promoting global citizenship</li><li>The environmental impact and sustainability of international activities</li><li> Internationalization's economic and societal contributions</li></ul><p>Cohosted by the American Council on Education (ACE) and the <a href="https://www.aieaworld.org/" target="_blank">Association of International Education Administrators (AIEA)</a>, the Internationalization Collaborative brings together senior leadership, faculty, and staff as a learning community to address challenges, share ideas, and help one another implement comprehensive, sustainable internationalization strategies.<br></p><p>​Questions about the program? Email <a href="mailto:collab@acenet.edu">collab@acenet.edu</a>. <br></p>This year's Collaborative will highlight how higher education institutions are developing and incorporating socially responsible, inclusive, and civic-minded internationalization strategies on their campuses and in their international partnerships.Convening232/15/2020 1:30:00 PM2/15/2020 10:00:00 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page4/7/2020 3:39:09 PM
Cracking the Code: Retaining Adult Learners at College UnboundCracking the Code: Retaining Adult Learners at College Unboundhttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/College-Unbound-Webinar.aspxCracking the Code: Retaining Adult Learners at College Unbound<img alt="Picture of the ACE Engage Logo" src="/PublishingImages/branding/engage-web-tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​Come hear Adam Bush, Provost, and Dennis Littky, President from College Unbound talk with Louis Soares, Chief learning and innovation officer at ACE, about their college, their journey and what's next. This page will automatically redirect you to ACE Engage. If you are not redirected, click here . <p>​​Come hear Adam Bush, Provost, and Dennis Littky, President from College Unbound talk with Louis Soares, Chief learning and innovation officer at ACE, about their college, their journey and what's next.<br></p><p>This page will automatically redirect you to ACE Engage. If you are not redirected, <a href="https://engage.acenet.edu/portal/site/eventstool?meetingId=771835106">click here</a>. <br></p>Hear Adam Bush, Provost, and Dennis Littky, President from College Unbound talk with Louis Soares, Chief learning and innovation officer at ACE, about their college, their journey and what's next. Only on ACE Engage. Create a complimentary account!Online Event173/3/2020 9:00:00 PM3/3/2020 9:30:00 PMFalsetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page3/19/2020 2:32:52 PM
Swiftly Pivoting to a Fully Remote Campus: Responding to COVID-19Swiftly Pivoting to a Fully Remote Campus: Responding to COVID-19https://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Swiftly-Pivoting-to-a-Fully-Remote-Campus-Responding-to-COVID-19.aspxSwiftly Pivoting to a Fully Remote Campus: Responding to COVID-19<img alt="Picture of the ACE Engage Logo." src="/PublishingImages/branding/engage-web-tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> https//www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Swiftly-Pivoting-to-a-Fully-Remote-Campus-Responding-to-COVID-19.aspx​​As COVID-19 spreads, a wave of campuses are migrating indefinitely to online-only courses. In this webinar, a panel of experts will address pressing issues, answer your questions, and share best practices to rapidly adapt regardless of the state of your campus’s online readiness. This page will automatically redirect you to ACE Engage. If you are not redirected, click here . <p>https://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Swiftly-Pivoting-to-a-Fully-Remote-Campus-Responding-to-COVID-19.aspx​​As COVID-19 spreads, a wave of campuses are migrating indefinitely to online-only courses. In this webinar, a panel of experts will address pressing issues, answer your questions, and share best practices to rapidly adapt regardless of the state of your campus’s online readiness.<br></p><p>This page will automatically redirect you to ACE Engage. If you are not redirected, <a href="https://engage.acenet.edu/portal/site/library?contentid=1623">click here</a>. <br></p>As COVID-19 spreads, a wave of campuses are migrating to online-only courses. In this webinar, an expert panel addressed pressing questions about rapidly adapting your campus for online learning. Presented on ACE Engage—Create your account.Video353/12/2020 4:00:00 PM3/12/2020 5:00:00 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page3/30/2020 8:07:57 PMET
ACE2020 – ACE's 102nd Annual MeetingACE2020 – ACE's 102nd Annual Meetinghttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/ACE2020.aspxACE2020 – ACE's 102nd Annual Meeting <img alt="" src="/PublishingImages/Interior-Page-Heroes/GettyImages-938215086.jpg?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ACE2020, ACE’s 102nd Annual Meeting, set to begin March 14 in San Diego, California, has been canceled due to the ongoing and growing threat posed by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak around the world and in the United States, including the widening spread in California. <h4></h4><p>ACE2020, ACE’s 102nd Annual Meeting, set to begin March 14 in San Diego, California, has been canceled due to the ongoing and growing threat posed by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak around the world and in the United States, including the widening spread in California. </p>ACE2020, ACE’s 102nd Annual Meeting, set to begin March 14 in San Diego, California, has been canceled due to the ongoing and growing threat posed by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak around the world and in the United States.Annual Meeting183/14/2020 7:00:00 AM3/16/2020 7:00:00 AMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page3/16/2020 8:57:29 PMPT
COVID-19 ACHA Guidelines: Preparing Campuses for Crisis Management at Light SpeedCOVID-19 ACHA Guidelines: Preparing Campuses for Crisis Management at Light Speedhttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/COVID-19-ACHA-Guidelines.aspxCOVID-19 ACHA Guidelines: Preparing Campuses for Crisis Management at Light Speed<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 ACE Engage. If you are not redirected, click here . <p>​​​​You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not redirected, <a href="/Events/Pages/COVID-19-ACHA-Guidelines.aspx">click here</a>. <br></p>ACHA's Devin Jopp, Sarah Van Orman, M.D., and ACE's Brad Farnsworth discuss ACHA's COVID-19 guidelines, including how to protect student health, control xenophobia, and navigate social distancing. Presented on ACE Engage—Create your account.Video353/16/2020 4:30:00 PM3/16/2020 5:30:00 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page4/1/2020 7:34:17 PMET
Managing Well-Being During the COVID-19 CrisisManaging Well-Being During the COVID-19 Crisishttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Managing-Well-Being-During-the-COVID-19-Crisis.aspxManaging Well-Being During the COVID-19 Crisis<img alt="ACE Engage branding" src="/PublishingImages/branding/engage-web-tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not redirected, click here . <p>​​​You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not redirected, <a href="https://engage.acenet.edu/portal/site/library?contentid=1628">click here</a>. <br></p>Campus leaders discuss how they're addressing to the personal, academic, and professional challenges facing students, faculty, and staff at a time of high anxiety and rapidly shifting circumstances. Presented on ACE Engage—Create your account. Video353/17/2020 5:00:00 PM3/17/2020 6:00:00 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page3/30/2020 8:11:13 PMET
Community Colleges Respond to COVID-19: What Leaders Need to KnowCommunity Colleges Respond to COVID-19: What Leaders Need to Knowhttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Community-Colleges-Respond-to-COVID-19-What-Leaders-Need-to-Know.aspxCommunity Colleges Respond to COVID-19: What Leaders Need to Know<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 Engage. If you are not automatically redirected, click here . ​ <p>You are being redirected to Engage. If you are not automatically redirected,<a href="https://engage.acenet.edu/portal/site/library?contentid=1630"> click here</a>. ​</p>A community college president and executive dean answer questions and detail best practices to support students and faculty in this time of great need, from technology to financial aid. Presented on Engage—Create your account.Video353/23/2020 8:00:00 PM3/23/2020 9:00:00 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page3/30/2020 7:29:37 PMET
Public Policy Pop-Up: March 2020Public Policy Pop-Up: March 2020https://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Public-Policy-Pop-Up-March-2020.aspxPublic Policy Pop-Up: March 2020<img alt="ACE Engage branding" src="/PublishingImages/branding/engage-web-tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not redirected automatically, please click here . <p>​​​You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not redirected automatically, <a href="https://engage.acenet.edu/portal/site/library?contentid=1636">please click here</a>. </p>In the Pop-Up's March edition, ACE President Ted Mitchell and Senior Vice President Terry Hartle discuss an economic stimulus proposal to aid higher education in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis. Presented on ACE Engage—Create your account. Audio343/25/2020 5:00:00 PM3/25/2020 5:30:00 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page9/11/2020 7:25:14 PMET
JST Stakeholders Forum Session 1JST Stakeholders Forum Session 1https://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/JST-Stakeholders-Forum-Session-1.aspxJST Stakeholders Forum Session 1 This interactive webinar event was ​​​​​​​​​ facilitated by the American Council on Education (ACE) and included colleges and universities, service representatives, and key Joint Services Transcript (JST) program business users and stakeholders. The JST Operations team provided updates and vetted potential changes to the JST. Audience engagement during polling and using the Q&A forum was critical to improve operational excellence, build support to institutions, and provide service members/veterans with the best military transcript. The key meeting objectives were to document the JST updates and modifications executed over the past fiscal year, contribute recommendations and enhancement ideas to improve JST functionality and services, and identify process improvements to build support and acceptance with academic institutions.​ Speakers​ <p></p><p><p>This interactive webinar event was ​​​​​​​​​<span style="color:#555555;background-color:#ffffff;">facilitated by the American Council on Education (ACE) and included </span>colleges and universities, service representatives, and key Joint Services Transcript (JST) program business users and stakeholders. The JST Operations team provided updates and vetted potential changes to the JST. Audience engagement during polling and using the Q&A forum was critical to improve operational excellence, build support to institutions, and provide service members/veterans with the best military transcript. The key meeting objectives were to<br></p><ol><li>document the JST updates and modifications executed over the past fiscal year, </li><li>contribute recommendations and enhancement ideas to improve JST functionality and services, and</li><li>identify process improvements to build support and acceptance with academic institutions.​<br></li></ol></p><h2>Speakers​<br></h2>At this interactive feedback session facilitated by ACE, the JST Operations team will provide updates and vet potential changes to the JST. Online Event173/26/2020 6:00:00 PM3/26/2020 7:00:00 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page4/1/2020 8:11:47 PMET
JST Stakeholders Forum Session 2JST Stakeholders Forum Session 2https://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/JST-Stakeholders-Forum-Session-2.aspxJST Stakeholders Forum Session 2 This interactive webinar event was ​​​​​​​​​ facilitated by the American Council on Education (ACE) and included colleges and universities, service representatives, and key Joint Services Transcript (JST) program business users and stakeholders. The JST Operations team provided updates and vetted potential changes to the JST. Audience engagement during polling and using the Q&A forum was critical to improve operational excellence, build support to institutions, and provide service members/veterans with the best military transcript. The key meeting objectives were to document the JST updates and modifications executed over the past fiscal year, contribute recommendations and enhancement ideas to improve JST functionality and services, and identify process improvements to build support and acceptance with academic institutions.​ Speakers​ <p>This interactive webinar event was ​​​​​​​​​<span style="color:#555555;background-color:#ffffff;">facilitated by the American Council on Education (ACE) and included </span>colleges and universities, service representatives, and key Joint Services Transcript (JST) program business users and stakeholders. The JST Operations team provided updates and vetted potential changes to the JST. Audience engagement during polling and using the Q&A forum was critical to improve operational excellence, build support to institutions, and provide service members/veterans with the best military transcript. The key meeting objectives were to<br></p><ol><li>document the JST updates and modifications executed over the past fiscal year, </li><li>contribute recommendations and enhancement ideas to improve JST functionality and services, and</li><li>identify process improvements to build support and acceptance with academic institutions.​</li></ol><h2>Speakers​<br></h2><br>At this interactive feedback session facilitated by ACE, the JST Operations team will provide updates and vet potential changes to the JST. Online Event173/27/2020 3:00:00 PM3/27/2020 4:00:00 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page4/1/2020 8:09:39 PMET
Weathering the Financial Storm of COVID-19Weathering the Financial Storm of COVID-19https://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Weathering-the-Financial-Storm-of-COVID-19.aspxWeathering the Financial Storm of COVID-19<img alt="ACE Engage branding" src="/PublishingImages/branding/engage-web-tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not redirected, please click here . <p>​​​​You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not redirected, <a href="https://engage.acenet.edu/portal/site/library?contentid=1670">please click here</a>. <br></p>J. Michael Gower, Rutgers' executive vice president for finance and administration, and rpk GROUP Principal Rick Staisloff discuss the unprecedented financial challenges COVID-19 poses for institutions. Presented on ACE Engage—Create your account. Video354/1/2020 5:00:00 PM4/1/2020 6:00:00 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page4/6/2020 1:28:20 PMET
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and COVID-19: Implications and Strategies for Institutional ResponseDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion and COVID-19: Implications and Strategies for Institutional Responsehttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Diversity-Equity-and-Inclusion-and-COVID-19.aspxDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion and COVID-19: Implications and Strategies<img alt="ACE Engage branding" src="/PublishingImages/branding/engage-web-tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you aren't automatically redirected, please click here . <p>​You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you aren't automatically redirected, <a href="https://engage.acenet.edu/portal/site/library?contentid=1680">please click here</a>.<br></p>Three expert panelists discuss COVID-19's implications for DEI, how to prioritize DEI during the shift to online learning, and strategies for institutions and campus communities implementing crisis plans. Presented on ACE Engage—Create your account. Video354/2/2020 5:30:00 PM4/2/2020 6:30:00 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page4/6/2020 8:13:48 PMET
How Leadership Can Support Rapid Faculty Adaptation to Online CoursesHow Leadership Can Support Rapid Faculty Adaptation to Online Courseshttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Rapid-Faculty-Adaptation-to-Online-Courses.aspxHow Leadership Can Support Rapid Faculty Adaptation to Online Courses<img alt="ACE Engage branding" src="/PublishingImages/branding/engage-web-tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not automatically redirected, please click here . <p>​You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not automatically redirected, <a href="https://engage.acenet.edu/portal/site/library?contentid=1689">please click here</a>. <br></p>Learn how to provide faculty the tools needed to transition online. Discuss setting realistic expectations, holding faculty and students accountable for coursework, and planning for faculty evaluation. Presented on ACE Engage—Create your account. Video354/8/2020 5:00:00 PM4/8/2020 6:00:00 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page4/9/2020 5:07:09 PMET
Supporting Students New to Learning VirtuallySupporting Students New to Learning Virtuallyhttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Supporting-Students-New-to-Learning-Virtually.aspxSupporting Students New to Learning Virtually<img alt="ACE Engage branding" src="/PublishingImages/branding/engage-web-tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not automatically redirected, please click here . <p>​You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not automatically redirected, <a href="https://engage.acenet.edu/portal/site/library?contentid=1690">please click here</a>. </p>In this webinar, better understand what students need to adapt to online learning, and classroom management techniques faculty will need to be successful. Give students the resources to meet new expectations. Presented on ACE Engage—Create your account. Video354/9/2020 4:00:00 PM4/9/2020 5:00:00 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page4/14/2020 6:58:58 PMET
Navigating Technical Challenges of a Rapid Shift OnlineNavigating Technical Challenges of a Rapid Shift Onlinehttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Navigating-Technical-Challenges-of-a-Rapid-Shift-Online.aspxNavigating Technical Challenges of a Rapid Shift Online<img alt="ACE Engage branding" src="/PublishingImages/branding/engage-web-tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not automatically redirected, please click here . <p>​​​You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not automatically redirected, <a href="https://engage.acenet.edu/portal/site/library?contentid=1708">please click here</a>. </p>Pose your campus's specific challenges to Southern New Hampshire University's technical and training experts. Explore how to access stopgap technology resources and maximize use of institution-endorsed tools. Presented on ACE Engage—Create your account. Video354/10/2020 5:00:00 PM4/10/2020 6:00:00 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page4/20/2020 2:50:43 PMET
Provosts’ Perspectives on Internationalization: COVID-19 EditionProvosts’ Perspectives on Internationalization: COVID-19 Editionhttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Provosts-Perspectives-on-Internationalization-COVID-19-Edition.aspxProvosts’ Perspectives on Internationalization: COVID-19 Edition<img alt="ACE Engage branding" src="/PublishingImages/branding/engage-web-tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not automatically redirected, please click here . <p>​​​You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not automatically redirected, <a href="https://engage.acenet.edu/portal/site/library?contentid=1700">please click here</a>.</p>CAOs discuss COVID-19’s impact on internationalization. Co-hosted by AIEA, topics included responding to immediate issues, strategic planning, and ensuring global learning remains a priority. Presented on ACE Engage—Create your account.Video354/14/2020 5:30:00 PM4/14/2020 6:30:00 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page5/4/2020 8:27:46 PMET
Advising Students Virtually in Uncertain TimesAdvising Students Virtually in Uncertain Timeshttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Advising-Students-Virtually-in-Uncertain-Times.aspxAdvising Students Virtually in Uncertain Times<img alt="ACE Engage branding" src="/PublishingImages/branding/engage-web-tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not automatically redirected, please click here . <p>​​​You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not automatically redirected, <a href="https://engage.acenet.edu/portal/site/library?contentid=1701">please click here</a>. </p>Explore how to adapt the deeply personal work of advising to an uncertain—and online—environment. Discuss best practices for providing student support and the behaviors that drive student success. Presented on ACE Engage—Create your account. Video354/15/2020 5:00:00 PM4/15/2020 6:00:00 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page4/20/2020 2:50:47 PMET
How Can Blockchain Play a Role in Learning Continuity? A Non-Technical IntroductionHow Can Blockchain Play a Role in Learning Continuity? A Non-Technical Introductionhttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/How-Can-Blockchain-Play-a-Role-in-Learning-Continuity.aspxHow Can Blockchain Play a Role in Learning Continuity? A Non-Technical Introduction<img alt="ACE Engage branding" src="/PublishingImages/branding/engage-web-tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not automatically redirected, please click here . ​ <p>​​​​​You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not automatically redirected, <a href="https://engage.acenet.edu/portal/site/library?contentid=1715">please click here</a>. </p> ​<br>COVID-19 has caused tremendous dislocation in education and employment, with implications for the transferability of learning and skills. Learn about blockchain and its potential to improve learning continuity. Presented on ACE Engage—Create your account.Video354/22/2020 5:00:00 PM4/22/2020 6:00:00 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page4/24/2020 12:39:59 PMET
Student-Informed Principles and Strategies to Support Enrollment in Light of COVIDStudent-Informed Principles and Strategies to Support Enrollment in Light of COVIDhttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Student-Informed-Principles-and-Strategies-to-Support-Enrollment-in-Light-of-COVID.aspxStudent-Informed Principles and Strategies to Support Enrollment in Light of COVID<img alt="ACE Engage branding" src="/PublishingImages/branding/engage-web-tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​​You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not automatically redirected, please click here . <p>​​​​​​You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not automatically redirected, <a href="https://engage.acenet.edu/portal/site/library?contentid=1745">please click here</a>. </p>The College Board shares findings from a recent large national student surve, and enrollment leaders share best practices for communicating with prospective students. Sponsored by the College Board. Presented on ACE Engage—Create your account.Video355/4/2020 5:00:00 PM5/4/2020 6:00:00 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page5/8/2020 12:42:23 PMET
Enrollment Strategies and Tactics for the Global PandemicEnrollment Strategies and Tactics for the Global Pandemichttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Enrollment-Strategies-and-Tactics-for-the-Global-Pandemic.aspxEnrollment Strategies and Tactics for the Global Pandemic<img alt="ACE Engage branding" src="/PublishingImages/branding/engage-web-tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​​You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not automatically redirected, please click here . ​ <p>​​​​​​You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not automatically redirected, <a href="https://engage.acenet.edu/portal/site/library?contentid=1755">please click here</a>. ​</p>EAB explores data-driven tactical and strategic actions enrollment leaders should consider, including possible future outcomes and the trailing impact on student behavior. Sponsored by EAB. Presented on ACE Engage—Create your account.Video355/7/2020 7:00:00 PM5/7/2020 8:00:00 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page5/11/2020 12:42:54 PMET
Learner Success Lab Information SessionLearner Success Lab Information Sessionhttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Learner-Success-Lab-Information-Session.aspxLearner Success Lab Information Session<img alt="ACE Engage branding" src="/PublishingImages/branding/engage-web-tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />​ You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not automatically redirected, please click here . ​<p>You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not automatically redirected, <a href="https://engage.acenet.edu/portal/site/library?contentid=1761">please click here</a>. </p>Lindsey Myers and Erin Baldwin outline ACE’s new Learner Success Lab (LSL). The webinar will include an opportunity for interested institutions to ask questions prior to the May 18 application deadline. Only on ACE Engage—Create your account!Video355/8/2020 4:00:00 PM5/8/2020 5:00:00 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page5/12/2020 2:04:21 PMET
Making Assessment Meaningful, Rigorous, and Secure During and Beyond COVID-19Making Assessment Meaningful, Rigorous, and Secure During and Beyond COVID-19https://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Making-Assessment-Meaningful-Rigorous-and-Secure.aspxMaking Assessment Meaningful, Rigorous, and Secure During and Beyond COVID-19<img alt="ACE Engage branding" src="/PublishingImages/branding/engage-web-tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />​ You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not automatically redirected, please click here . ​ <p>You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not automatically redirected, <a href="https://engage.acenet.edu/portal/site/library?contentid=1765">please click here</a>. </p>This webinar addresses the purposes of assessment, innovative strategies for learners to demonstrate their knowledge, and special considerations related to assessment rigor and security in the COVID-19 era. Presented on ACE Engage—Create your account.Video355/11/2020 5:00:00 PM5/11/2020 6:00:00 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page5/14/2020 3:12:17 PMET
ACE Webinar Discussing Just-Released Title IX Final RuleACE Webinar Discussing Just-Released Title IX Final Rulehttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/ACE-Just-in-Time-Webinar-Discussing-Just-Released-Title-IX-Final-Rule.aspxACE “Just in Time” Webinar Discussing Just-Released Title IX Final Rule<img alt="Picture of a college campus in fall. " src="/PublishingImages/Interior-Page-Heroes/Adelphi-2015-Ext1_008_HiRes.jpg?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​The Department of Education on May 6 released its long-anticipated final rule significantly amending the department's existing Title IX regulations. Given the importance of this final rule, and the intense interest among various campus stakeholders, ACE provided a “just in time" webinar on Monday, May 11, at 200 pm (ET), providing a high-level overview of key provisions and takeaways for presidents, chancellors, and other senior campus leaders with Title IX responsibilities. Colleges and universities are committed to upholding Title IX and to creating campuses that are safe, supportive, and responsive for all students so they can benefit from the widest possible array of educational opportunities. Watch the recording to hear from several experts on this topic to learn about provisions in the new rule, any changes made in response to higher education and other stakeholders' concerns, and key considerations for campus administrators as they prepare to implement the new rule. What Is Title IX? Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX) prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex under any education program or activity that receives federal funding. Sexual harassment, which includes sexual assault, is a form of unlawful sex discrimination prohibited under Title IX. In recent years, there has been significant and ongoing policy discussions among federal lawmakers, the Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights, colleges and universities, victim's rights groups, and other key stakeholders regarding the obligations of colleges and universities under Title IX to address the serious problem of campus sexual assault. On Nov. 29, 2018, the Department of Education issued a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) to amend the Title IX regulations. ACE, along with 60 other higher education associations, submitted comments on the proposed rule in January 2019, as did nearly 125,000 other interested stakeholders. <p>​The Department of Education on May 6 released its long-anticipated final rule significantly amending the department's existing Title IX regulations. <br></p><p>Given the importance of this final rule, and the intense interest among various campus stakeholders, ACE provided a “just in time" webinar on Monday, May 11, at 2:00 pm (ET), providing a high-level overview of key provisions and takeaways for presidents, chancellors, and other senior campus leaders with Title IX responsibilities.</p><p>Colleges and universities are committed to upholding Title IX and to creating campuses that are safe, supportive, and responsive for all students so they can benefit from the widest possible array of educational opportunities. Watch the recording to hear from several experts on this topic to learn about provisions in the new rule, any changes made in response to higher education and other stakeholders' concerns, and key considerations for campus administrators as they prepare to implement the new rule. </p><h3>What Is Title IX?<br></h3><p>Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX) prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex under any education program or activity that receives federal funding. Sexual harassment, which includes sexual assault, is a form of unlawful sex discrimination prohibited under Title IX. In recent years, there has been significant and ongoing policy discussions among federal lawmakers, the Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights, colleges and universities, victim's rights groups, and other key stakeholders regarding the obligations of colleges and universities under Title IX to address the serious problem of campus sexual assault.</p><p>On Nov. 29, 2018, the Department of Education issued a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) to amend the Title IX regulations. ACE, along with 60 other higher education associations, <a href="/News-Room/Pages/ACE-Higher-Education-Groups-Comment-on-Proposed-Title-IX-Rules-Caution-That-Colleges-Are-Not-Courts.aspx">submitted comments</a> on the proposed rule in January 2019, as did nearly 125,000 other interested stakeholders. </p>ACE hosts a “just in time” webinar providing an overview of key provisions and takeaways for presidents, chancellors, and other senior campus leaders with Title IX responsibilities.Video355/11/2020 6:00:00 PM5/11/2020 7:00:00 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page5/14/2020 3:52:46 PMET
Helping Students Prepare for and Navigate the Transformed Job Market after COVID-19Helping Students Prepare for and Navigate the Transformed Job Market after COVID-19https://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Help-Students-Prepare-for-and-Navigate-the-Job-Market-after-COVID-19.aspxHelping Students Prepare for and Navigate the Transformed Job Market after COVID-19<img alt="ACE Engage branding" src="/PublishingImages/branding/engage-web-tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​COVID-19 is reshaping the U.S. economy in real time impacting millions of Americans. In the coming months, new college graduates will be entering this transformed labor market defined by new workplace, recruiting, and work practices. What can higher education leaders do to prepare students for the new landscape? How does career readiness look different than it did even a few months ago for students planning to enter the job market in the coming year? Will students seeking to advance in their careers be forced to seek different types of opportunities because of economic disruption? Do new competencies become central? Even after the COVID-19 crisis, for example, will it continue to be more important than ever to demonstrate an ability to work remotely? Do these changes require new approaches to instruction, assessment, and student support? Watch the recording of our expert panel to learn how to adapt practices at your institution to help your graduates succeed. <p>​COVID-19 is reshaping the U.S. economy in real time impacting millions of Americans. In the coming months, new college graduates will be entering this transformed labor market defined by new workplace, recruiting, and work practices.<br></p><ul><li>What can higher education leaders do to prepare students for the new landscape?</li><li>How does career readiness look different than it did even a few months ago for students planning to enter the job market in the coming year?</li><li>Will students seeking to advance in their careers be forced to seek different types of opportunities because of economic disruption?</li><li>Do new competencies become central? Even after the COVID-19 crisis, for example, will it continue to be more important than ever to demonstrate an ability to work remotely?</li><li>Do these changes require new approaches to instruction, assessment, and student support?</li></ul><div>Watch the recording of our expert panel to learn how to adapt practices at your institution to help your graduates succeed. <br></div>New college graduates will be entering a transformed labor market due to COVID-19. Learn what higher education leaders can do to prepare students for the new landscape. Sponsored by ECMC Foundation. Presented on ACE Engage—Create your account.Video355/14/2020 6:00:00 PM5/14/2020 7:00:00 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page5/21/2020 12:51:46 PMET
The Effects of COVID-19 on Academic ResearchThe Effects of COVID-19 on Academic Researchhttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/The-effects-of-COVID-19-on-academic-research.aspxThe Effects of COVID-19 on Academic Research<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 ACE Engage. If you are not automatically redirected, please click here . <div aria-labelledby="ctl00_PlaceHolderMain_ctl01_label" style="display:inline;"><p>​​​​​​​You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not automatically redirected, <a href="https://engage.acenet.edu/portal/site/library?contentid=1767">please click here</a>. </p></div>A panel of three ACE Fellows discuss institutions’ struggles to maintain research programs and continue to aid in the COVID-19 pandemic response in the face of on-campus lab and research space closures. Presented on ACE Engage—Create your account.Video355/18/2020 5:00:00 PM5/18/2020 6:00:00 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page5/21/2020 1:42:46 PMET
Public Policy Pop-Up: May EditionPublic Policy Pop-Up: May Editionhttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Public-Policy-Pop-Up-May-Edition.aspxPublic Policy Pop-Up: May Edition<img alt="ACE Engage branding" src="/PublishingImages/branding/engage-web-tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​​​​You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not automatically redirected, please click here . <p>​​​​​​​​You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not automatically redirected, <a href="https://engage.acenet.edu/portal/site/library?contentid=1772">please click here</a>.</p>ACE’s Terry Hartle and Jon Fansmith update you on higher education’s response to COVID-19 and look ahead to the fall. This edition is sponsored by Finn Partners. Presented on ACE Engage—Create your account.Audio345/19/2020 7:00:00 PM5/19/2020 7:30:00 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page5/28/2020 4:10:03 PMET
Promoting Civic Engagement and Democracy in a Global PandemicPromoting Civic Engagement and Democracy in a Global Pandemichttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/Promoting-Civic-Engagement-and-Democracy-in-a-Global-Pandemic.aspxPromoting Civic Engagement and Democracy in a Global Pandemic<img alt="Picture of ACE Engage branding" src="/PublishingImages/branding/engage-web-tile.png?RenditionID=9" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /> ​​​​​​You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not automatically redirected, please click here . <p>​​​​​​You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not automatically redirected, <a href="https://engage.acenet.edu/portal/site/library?contentid=1773">please click here</a>.<br></p>This webinar will show how colleges have developed effective community engagement strategies despite COVID-19’s challenges. Afterward, participants will be invited to join a community of practice on ACE Engage. Presented on ACE Engage—Create your account.Video355/21/2020 8:00:00 PM5/21/2020 9:00:00 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page5/26/2020 1:04:38 PMET
The Gendered Impact of COVID-19 on Higher Education: Key Considerations for LeadersThe Gendered Impact of COVID-19 on Higher Education: Key Considerations for Leadershttps://www.acenet.edu/Events/Pages/The-Gendered-Impact-of-COVID-19-on-Higher-Education-Key-Considerations-for-Leaders.aspxThe Gendered Impact of COVID-19 on Higher Education<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 ACE Engage. If you are not automatically redirected, please click here . <p>​​​​​​​​​You are being redirected to ACE Engage. If you are not automatically redirected, <a href="https://engage.acenet.edu/portal/site/library?contentid=1777">please click here</a>.</p> This webinar examines the gendered impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on women in higher education and explores ways for institutional leaders to implement supportive strategies. Presented on ACE Engage—Create your account.Video355/27/2020 5:00:00 PM5/27/2020 6:00:00 PMTruetext/html; charset=utf-8 ACE Event Page5/29/2020 6:25:41 PMET