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NAC&U Seeks New Ways to Collaborate at Summer Institute 2014

Plenary Speakers, Teagle Presentations Advocate for New Ways of Addressing Teaching and Learning In addition to welcoming a new member, the University of La...   Read More

Westminster Participates in National Effort for Competency-based Education

As Westminster College develops its competency-based education (CBE) programs, it looks at what students must be able to accomplish at the conclusion. Westminster’s CBE...   Read More

Enrollment Managers, CFOs Gather at North Central

For the first time in NAC&U history, enrollment management administrators joined CFOs for their annual affinity group meeting which was held at North Central College...   Read More

Technology and Intercampus Teaching Expand Networks, Opportunities

Although technology can require a learning curve and at times bring us to new levels of frustration, it inarguably yields significant benefits. That sentiment...   Read More

Under a Microsope: Examining How We Can Promote Diversity in STEM

Approximately 30 percent of Americans are black, Latino, or Native American, as are nearly 30 percent of freshmen STEM students. But at graduation, the...   Read More

NAC&U to Present Boyer Award at AAC&U Annual Meeting This Month

NAC&U welcomes all attendees to join us on Thursday, January 23 at 1:30 p.m. for the presentation of the 2014 Ernest L. Boyer Award...   Read More

North Central College Hosts NAC&U Innovation Summit to Explore Collaboration

Contributed by North Central College North Central College on Nov. 7-8 hosted 40 faculty members from New American Colleges and Universities (NAC&U) schools at an...   Read More

Students’ Passion about Higher Ed Costs Leads to Super PAC

By Nicole Crossey, ’16, and Andrea Stickley, ’14 Widener University What’s wrong with the kids of today? Young adults in today’s world are subjected...   Read More

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