Anne-Marie Nuñez suggests looking to Hispanic-Serving Institutions as a model for how to build an inclusive campus racial climate. This is the second in a series sparked by recent student protests and the national dialogue on diversity and inclusion.
“Education Deserts: The Continued Significance of ‘Place’ in the Twenty-First Century,” an ACE-commissioned paper released this week, explores how where students live affects their options for attending college. Place still matters, say authors Nicholas Hillman and Taylor Weichman of the University of Wisconsin–Madison—in fact, 57.4 percent of incoming freshmen attending public four-year colleges enroll within 50 …
According to recent research, many higher education institutions do not have plans in place to identify and resolve risks that may negatively affect the school’s reputation or interfere with its mission. This is particularly true of small liberal arts colleges.
CUPA-HR, in partnership with ACE and other higher education groups, is presenting a webinar Feb. 16 on “FLSA Overtime: How, When and Why to Prepare.”
As lawmakers in states around the country debate whether to allow concealed guns on campus, a new report from the Education Commission of the States and NASPA — Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education offers a detailed summary of state legislative action and higher education system policy decisions.
The University of the District of Columbia (UDC) officially cut the ribbon last week on a project that has been decades in the making, bringing growth to both the campus and the community in which it resides.
ACE this month launched the Moving the Needle: Advancing Women Leaders in Higher Education initiative, a national campaign that asks college and university presidents to commit to helping achieve the goal that by 2030, half of U.S. college and university chief executives are women. In the current edition of The Presidency, ACE’s Lynn M. Gangone …
The National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA), in cooperation with ACE, will hold a workshop March 30-April 1 to examine recent employment case law and regulations and learn practical strategies to address issues that might arise on campus.