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AAC&U has received funding from Lumina Foundation, Trellis Foundation, ETS, and Wiley Education Services to support the establishment of fifteen new Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation (TRHT) Campus Centers, bringing the total number of centers to forty-four.
The COVID-19 pandemic and movements for racial justice are connecting our local and global communities more than ever. Share what your campus is doing to reimagine global learning as accessible for all students and rooted in ethical local-global relationships. The deadline to submit proposals is May 24, 2021.
AAC&U grieves with the family and friends of George Floyd over their ongoing trauma and loss. We acknowledge that the repeated incidents of anti-Black police violence did not begin or end with the killing of George Floyd. Neither will they end with the conviction of Derek Chauvin. These wrenching incidents and their aftermath point to the profound and urgent need for racial equity and healing in our communities and across our country.
AAC&U joined almost fifty other higher education organizations in signing a statement opposing efforts across the nation to suppress voting by qualified voters, including college students. We call on lawmakers to take action to ensure that civic participation in America continues to move forward, not backward.
How College Contributes to Workforce Success: Employer Views on What Matters Most presents findings from a recent survey of executives and hiring managers. The report explores perspectives on workforce preparedness, the educational outcomes and experiences that affect hiring decisions, and the preparation of recent graduates for short- and long-term career success. Also examined are variations in employer views based on age and level of educational attainment.