Association Of American Universities

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Association Of American Universities
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1200 New York Ave NW
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Join us at the Academic Affairs Winter Meeting Feb 8-10 in San Antonio to examine our core obligations to students†twitter.com/i/web/status/9…


.@NSHE Constance Brooks & @CollegeOpp Jessie Ryan to outline strategies for state investment in #highered at HEGRC†twitter.com/i/web/status/9…


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RT @BrettPowellHSU: Very helpful @AASCU briefing on current trends for Chinese students https://t.co/pIosXUpdip

"The funding crisis in Pennsylvania is starting to attract national headlines and the longer this goes on, the more negative repercussions it will have not only for the campuses but the state as a whole," said Thomas Harnisch, director of state relations and policy analysis at the American Association of State Colleges and Universities.
"The funding crisis in Pennsylvania is starting to attract national headlines and the longer this goes on, the more negative repercussions it will have not only for the campuses but the state as a whole," said Thomas Harnisch at the American Association of State Colleges and Universities.


In-state tuition discounts could be nixed for students at four state-funded universities s.pennlive.com/gwMAGnP

“One of the problems with this high-tuition, high-aid approach, it establishes a formidable, up-front barrier to attend college and unreliable promises for financial aid on the backend,” Harnisch told Statehouse Report. “(Lawmakers) need to start making more investments in higher education because it will be an economic driver for the state to help it compete in the global economy.”
By Lindsay Street, Statehouse correspondent | Part 1 of 2 | A continuing slide in state funds to public colleges is contributing toward making higher education more unattainable — and could cause South Carolina to miss out on the future global economy, according to an national education policy

American Association of State Colleges and Universities & NAFSA Association of International Educators are pleased to announce the 6th annual Institute for Senior International Officers! Applicants accepted into this focused and practical professional development institute will benefit from sessions led by a group of experienced internationalization leaders and topical experts. Applications due Jan. 12, 2018!
2018 AASCU/NAFSA Institute for Senior International Officers

AASCU has named Said Sewell, Ph.D., a former provost and vice president for academic affairs at Lincoln University (Missouri), a senior fellow. In this position, Sewell will join the nation’s leading academic thought leaders in strengthening student success and public higher education’s commitment to underserved student populations.
Washington, D.C.—The American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) has named Said Sewell, Ph.D., a former provost and vice president for academic affairs at Lincoln University of Missouri (LU), a senior fellow. In this position, Sewell will join the nation’s leading academic though...

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