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In a new statement, AAC&U and the TRHT Campus Center at Hamline University call on higher education to play a leadership role in addressing racism and white supremacy, the issues at the center of protests across the country and around the world demanding justice for George Floyd.
AAC&U is now accepting proposals for the 2021 annual meeting, which will be held January 20–23 in Seattle. Titled “Revolutionizing Higher Education after COVID-19,” the meeting will bring together campus leaders at all levels and from institutions of all types to explore what undergraduate education will look like in a post-pandemic future. Proposals are due July 20.
AAC&U joined the American Council on Education (ACE) and more than eighty other higher education organizations in asking the Senate for additional support for higher education institutions beyond the $14 billion included in the CARES Act. In April, a group of higher education organizations including ACE and AAC&U had requested $46.6 billion in aid for higher education. “As we look to summer and the 2020–21 school year, we expect even greater losses,” the associations write.
In this new ebook, Mary Taylor Huber brings the broad discourse about liberal education together with more granular conversations about teaching and learning in order to explore what’s known about teaching practices that promote liberal learning.
As campus leaders prepare for an unpredictable fall semester and beyond, this virtual roundtable discussion with national experts and campus leaders will explore a range of possibilities for the future of online learning, supporting students, closing equity gaps, and articulating the value of higher education in the wake of COVID-19. This free webinar will be held June 9 at 2 p.m. (ET).