Prior to her retirement on June 30, 2016, AAC&U President Carol Geary Schneider traveled extensively, working with faculty and academic leaders from many institutions on how to advance inclusive excellence and help diverse students successfully achieve the essential learning aims and outcomes of a liberal education. On April 8-9, Schneider gave a speech at the Inaugural Symposium introducing Grant Cornwell as the new President of Rollins College. On April 13, Schneider traveled to DePaul University, where her presentation focused on “LEAP: A Twenty-First-Century-Strategy for Quality Learning, Demonstrated Achievement, and Long-Term Student Success.” On April 16, Schneider addressed the 2016 Higher Learning Commission on “Liberal Education and the New Frontiers for Quality Assurance.” On May 4, she attended a meeting with the Council of Regional Accrediting Commissions, addressing “The Quality Learning Imperative: Preparing Students for Work, Civil Society, and Life.” On May 18, Schneider traveled to the University of Michigan for “The Future of Diversity Research—A Diversity Scholars Network Conference.” Her presentation in Michigan focused on making excellence inclusive and preparing students to create solutions for the future. On June 4, she delivered the plenary address at AAC&U’s Institute on General Education and Assessment in Boston. On June 6, Schneider traveled to New Haven, Connecticut to speak at an international symposium, held by Yale-NUS College, on globalizing the liberal arts. On June 10, Schneider addressed liberal learning and democracy at MetroCITI’s Conference on Liberal Education in Urban Universities, held in New York City. On June 23, Schneider will travel to the Stella and Charles Guttman Community College in New York City to deliver remarks at the institution’s commencement and receive their Presidential Medal. See these and other presentations and writings from Schneider at www.aacu.org/about/cgs_perspectives.