More Than 1,700 Higher Education Leaders Gathered in Washington for ACE's 95th Annual Meeting
More than 1,700 leaders met at ACE's 95th Annual Meeting in Washington, DC, March 2-5, 2013. They addressed critical questions for higher education, such as the impact on American colleges and universities of massive open online courses (MOOCs) and other technology-driven changes. Panelists discussed how to increase the number of students who complete their degrees, how to promote campus internationalization, and much more.
News, information, video, and pictures from the meeting, including panels and the plenary, are available on the ACE Storify page. In particular, the complete video of William E. Kirwan's Robert H. Atwell Lecture, "The Completion Imperative: Harnessing Change to Meet Our Responsibilities," is available.
Download Executive Summaries of Select Sessions
Recordings of Webcasts Available for Purchase
If you missed the "Learning Without Boundaries: MOOCs and the Future of Higher Education" and "Higher Education and the Nation's Employers: Charting Paths to Meet Workforce Needs of the 21st Century" sessions, you may purchase and download the recordings now.
News From the Annual Meeting
ACE released its latest report, On the Pathway to the Presidency, at the 2013 Annual Meeting. The study finds that the higher education presidential pipeline is slow to change. Learn more at acenet.edu.
ACE's 95th Annual Meeting in pictures, along with complete image details, is available on Flickr.
We look forward to seeing you next year at ACE's 96th Annual Meeting in San Diego, CA, March 8–11, 2014.