September 2014 AAC&U News

September 2014 AAC&U News

The September issue of AAC&U News features an education map at Manchester Community College, new data on high school civics education, and the latest news about AAC&U meetings, projects, and publications. Watch for our next issue of AAC&U News in October.

Save the Dates

Save the Dates: Liberal Education, Global Flourishing, and the Equity Imperative

AAC&U's Centennial Annual Meeting: January 21-24, 2015, in Washington DC

NETWORK FOR ACADEMIC RENEWAL Working Conference

NETWORK FOR ACADEMIC RENEWAL Working Conference

October 16-18, 2014 | Minneapolis, Minnesota | Register by September 23, 2014 for reduced conference rates

NETWORK FOR ACADEMIC RENEWAL Working Conference

NETWORK FOR ACADEMIC RENEWAL Working Conference

November 6-8, 2014 | Atlanta, Georgia, | Register by September 24, 2014 for reduced conference rates!

Project Kaleidoscope

PROJECT KALEIDOSCOPE

Learn about AAC&U's multi-project initiative and network advancing what works in STEM education reform. 

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What's New

LEAP Presidents' Trust Members Make Compelling Case for the Value and Power of Liberal Education
LEAP Presidents' Trust Members continue to make a compelling case for the value and power of liberal education across various national and local media outlets. College of Wooster President Grant Cornwell, for instance, answers the question “Is a (Liberal Arts) College Degree Still Worth It?”... more
Bobby Fong: Friend, Colleague, Leader, and Champion for Liberal Education
Marking his sudden passing on September 8th, AAC&U released a statement remembering Bobby Fong, former president of Ursinus College and former chair of AAC&U's board of directors, noting, in part, that Fong “remained at heart a dedicated and gifted teacher for whom the privilege of... more