By Liz Howard and Walter Parrish of ACE’s Center for Policy Research and Strategy
After the University of Missouri System (UM System) and its Columbia campus (MU) were rocked by nationally prominent student protests last year, leaders there announced initiatives designed to address diversity and inclusion. Now, UM System Interim President Michael Middleton and MU Interim Chancellor Hank Foley are among those who on Sept. 13 provided updates on …
Sook-Yi Yong, senior program manager for ACE Leadership, recently sat down with Hartwick College (NY) President Margaret L. Drugovich to talk about the most pressing issues facing higher education, her path to becoming a college president, and her plans for the ACE State Networks.
Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) is putting its ideas into practice through a bold initiative designed to both improve retention in the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields and prepare STEM students for life post-graduation.
Over the next nine months, ACE Leadership Vice President Lynn M. Gangone will bring an inside look to the ACE Fellows Program as the members of the 2016-17 cohort embark on a path to senior higher education leadership. First up, the opening retreat.
The National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA), with the support of ACE and the Association of American Universities, has scheduled a webinar Sept. 21 to discuss the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) recent decision to allow certain students to unionize.
As the fall semester ramps up, read a selection of posts from the Association of College and University Educators (ACUE) blog, The Q. Sign up for The ‘Q’ Newsletter for the latest news and insights about higher education teaching and learning.
For students aging out of the foster care system and going to college, the unknowns often outnumber the knowns. Western Michigan University (WMU) has set out to answer these uncertainties by providing a network of support on campus, in Michigan and across the nation.