Gina A. Garcia and Jennifer R. Crandall discuss racial microaggressions on U.S. college and university campuses.
ACE’s Director of Government Relations Steven Bloom is among the featured presenters next week in a webinar exploring the unique issues and considerations related to graduate students on campus, focusing on three evolving areas: intellectual property ownership; health insurance; and union organizing.
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.
A new report from the Education Commission of the States looks at how states are re-envisioning how they deliver financial aid to students. Among the findings: The status of free community college legislation at the state level:
A Princeton University (NJ), summer program aims to give a group of entering students the chance to immerse themselves in the institution’s intellectual culture, engage with fellow scholars in community-building activities and work closely with faculty members.
A new report from NASPA: Student Affairs Professionals in Higher Education gives a comprehensive look at colleges’ use of emergency aid to address a variety of student needs.
Michael Willard, faculty director of service learning for California State University LA’s Center for Engagement, Service, and the Public Good, writes about how to prepare faculty to prepare students to be civically engaged citizens.
The 2015-16 Class of the ACE Fellows Program just concluded their Fellowship year at institutions across the country, becoming a part of the integral process of building institutional capacity in the higher education leadership ranks.