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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).
AAC&U joined the American Council on Education and other higher education organizations in thanking members of the House and expressing support for the new emergency supplemental spending measure to address the economic devastation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency Solutions (HEROES) Act would provide $3 trillion to help the nation recover, with about $37 billion allocated for higher education.
In this video message, President Lynn Pasquerella announced AAC&U's new vision of educational excellence that is grounded in equity and inclusion. The vision statement, What Liberal Education Looks Like: What It Is, Who It’s For, and Where It Happens, describes the learning all students need for success in an uncertain future and for addressing the compelling issues we face as a democracy and as a global community.
Apply by May 30 for AAC&U's Institute on Integrative Learning and Signature Work. With its full curriculum delivered online, the institute will support campus teams seeking to improve and integrate student learning across the curriculum and cocurriculum. The transition to a virtual experience has resulted in additional capacity and a substantial reduction in registration fees.