By Liz Howard and Walter Parrish of ACE’s Center for Policy Research and Strategy
By Deborah Seymour, ACE’s chief academic innovation officer.
An infographic from ACE’s The Presidency seeks to answer that question by showing how the shape and depth of competency-based education (CBE) shifts each time a college or university starts a CBE program, because each institution’s needs are different.
This Q&A was originally posted on the Association of College and University Educators blog, The Q. We started the month of August with an invigorating trip to Asheville, North Carolina, for the Lilly Conference on Designing Effective Teaching. In between a whirlwind of sessions, we asked some presenters to share their work and ideas.
Many colleges and universities across the country are looking for effective ways to boost completion rates and help the millions nontraditional students who have some college credit but no degree. The University of Memphis Finish Line Program is an example of one initiative that has seen success with its efforts to reach out to students …
Lorelle Espinosa, assistant vice president for ACE’s Center on Policy Research and Strategy (CPRS), spoke recently with Hobsons on the educational benefits of diversity and inclusion on U.S. college campuses. Her interview was featured on a recent episode of Hobsons’ monthly podcast on student success, “Upgraded.”
Purdue University Northwest’s (PNW) Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation (CIVS) is taking its commitment to the community to a new reality through its work producing innovative solutions to industrial and research challenges across Indiana and the nation.
New ACE member Palo Alto College (TX), recognized by the U.S. Department of Education (ED) as a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI), time and time again has proven its dedication to helping Hispanic students not only succeed, but also thrive.