May 2015 AAC&U News

May 2015 AAC&U News

This issue of AAC&U News features design thinking at Stanford University, new data on Americans’ perceptions of higher education, and the latest news about AAC&U meetings, projects, and publications. Watch for our next issue of AAC&U News in June.

New Release on Transformed General Education

New Release on Transformed General Education

Learn about the "how" and "why" of a re-envisioning of general education based on the GEMs principles and AAC&U's new LEAP Challenge.

AAC&U Releases New Campus Tools for Advancing Equity and Inclusive Excellence

AAC&U Releases New Campus Tools for Advancing Equity and Inclusive Excellence

See new resources for campus dialogue and action from AAC&U produced as part of its Centennial Year exploration of equity and inclusive excellence.

AAC&U Issues The LEAP Challenge

Learn more about the newest phase of LEAP and ways to engage all college students in Signature Work.

New Publication from GEMs Project Features New Principles for Proficiency-Based, Integrative General Education Redesign

New Publication from GEMs Project Features New Principles for Proficiency-Based, Integrative General Education Redesign

This publication provides clear principles and guidelines to ensure that general education fosters the LEAP Essential Learning Outcomes and key proficiencies important for long-term success and flourishing. Maps approach to meeting The LEAP Challenge

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What's New

Washington Announced As 11th LEAP State

AAC&U and the Washington Consortium for the Liberal Arts (WaCLA) announced that Washington is now a state partner in AAC&U’s initiative, ... more