89th Meeting of the Association of American Colleges and Universities
The Courage to Question:
Liberal Education in the 21st Century
January 22-25, 2003
AAC&U is very pleased that our 2003 Annual Meeting, which
was held January 22-25 in Seattle, Washington, drew more than
1,100 registrants - our largest audience in ten years.
We extend our sincere appreciation to those who presented
their work at the Annual Meeting and contributed to a very
well received program of events. And we thank those of you
who attended the meeting and generated an atmosphere of collegiality,
collaboration, and spirited challenge.
We hope to see you all next year at AAC&U's 2004
Annual Meeting, which is scheduled for January 21-24, 2004,
in Washington, DC.
Shared Futures: Diversity, Inequality,
and the Challenge of Global Citizenship
Evening Event: Community Forum
Critical Patriotism: Liberal Education, Citizenship and the
Opening Plenary Session
Challenge of Liberal Education: Past, Present, and Future
Ellen Condliffe Lagemann, Dean of the Harvard Graduate School
ACAD Keynote Luncheon
Peril and the Promise: American Higher Education and the Goals
of Global Development
Mamphela Aletta Ramphele, The World Bank
Closing Plenary Session
Rethinking American History in the Post 9/11 World
Eric Foner, DeWitt Clinton Professor of History at Columbia University.
Tapes of Sessions Available:
Tapes of sessions presented at AAC&U's 2003
Annual Meeting are available for purchase from the Audio Visual
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if you would like to purchase a tape or CD: http://www.aven.com/index.cfm
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