Conference Sponsors: 2018 General Education and Assessment

The Association of American Colleges and Universities thanks the following sponsors for their generous support of this AAC&U Network for Academic Renewal Conference.

Contributing Sponsor

Watermark

Taskstream, Tk20, and LiveText joined forces in 2017 and are now united under a new name: Watermark.
Watermark’s mission is to put better data into the hands of administrators, educators, and learners everywhere in order to empower them to make connections and insights that will lead to meaningful improvements. Through its innovative educational intelligence platforms, Watermark supports institutions in developing an intentional approach to learning and development based on data they can trust.
www.watermarkinsights.com

Friend Sponsors

Latinos in HigherEd.com
Post, Connect, and Hire Latino/a Candidates.
LatinosinHigherEd.com, founded in 2006, is the first Latino/a professional employment web site designed specifically for the higher education community. This site helps employers connect with the largest pool of Latino/a professionals in higher education in the United States, Puerto Rico and internationally by disseminating employment opportunities to registered candidates and a national network of Latino-serving organizations.
www.latinosinhighered.com 

Mindappster
GenEd2.0: Build and Assess Your Interdisciplinary Curriculum with MindAppster
MindAppster is a startup that designs Mobile LMS’s. Our product GenEd2.0  offers an ecosystem for  Systems Thinking, Integrated Studies, Integrated Curriculum, and other interdisciplinary initiatives. With GenEd 2.0 you will be able to engage your students and faculty in building and exploring interdisciplinary connections within a course, across selected courses, within a program, or an entire curriculum. GenEd2.0 is a knowledge lab, with idea incubation spaces, where students and faculty can experiment with connecting topics and disciplines that have never been integrated before. GenEd2.0 is a flexible application that can also be used as a Curriculum Evolver: students and faculty can assess how integrated their GenEd Program and/or their entire curriculum is. Other features of GenEd2.0 include a Dashboard, Exportable Portfolio, Gamification, and a map of interdisciplinary integrations.
https://mindappster.com/

ReUp
Employing data, tech and humanity to help reenroll stop-out students
ReUp is the only organization in higher education focused exclusively on solving the 30 million student stopout crisis. We partner with universities to re-enroll students with a unique approach that blends data, technology, and people. Our data and technology generate a personalized plan that is tailored to support individual student’s life challenges. In working with more than 60,000 stopout students, ReUp has developed a deep, data-driven understanding of this unique, fragile and often underrepresented population. In the last year, ReUp brought back nearly 3,500 students and recaptured $15 million in tuition revenue for its university partners.
http://www.reupeducation.com/

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"WE ARE MONEYCULTURE"
THE MONEYCULTURE INITIATIVE is a non-profit 501( c)-3 educational organization which qualifies as a charity by IRS.  We provide financial and investment information, education and advice free to the general public from individuals to institutions.THE MONEYCULTURE INITIATIVE is a non-profit 501( c)-3 educational organization which qualifies as a charity by IRS.  We provide financial and investment information, education and advice free to the general public from individuals to institutions.

Thought Exchange
Bring People Together.
Thoughtexchange provides software and services that bring people together, build trust and make progress on important topics. Whether it’s faculty, staff, students or whole institutions, we help you effortlessly connect with your stakeholders. People can confidentially and independently share their thoughts. Along the way, they’ll appreciate other points of view and feel connected to outcomes.
www.thoughtexchange.com

About AAC&U Meeting Sponsorships

AAC&U's Meeting Sponsorship program provides organizations, nonprofits, companies, publishers and others the opportunity to showcase their products and services while exchanging information with members of a higher education audience. For additional information, please see AAC&U Sponsorships and Network for Academic Renewal Sponsorship Levels.

For more information about AAC&U's sponsorship program please contact the Office of Outreach and Member Engagement, AAC&U, 1818 R Street, N.W., Washington, DC 20009-1604, or email us at sponsorships@aacu.org