Conferences and Leadership Development

AASCU creates professional development opportunities for member presidents and chancellors and their spouses and partners, along with complementary programs and services for the presidential leadership team and for women and racial/ethnic minorities who aspire to leadership roles. AASCU undertakes a systematic approach to fostering new leaders who will contribute to academic quality and educational innovation.
Upcoming Meetings
2014 AASCU China Meeting October 21, 2014 - October 30, 2014
Beijing & Shanghai, China

AASCU is pleased to announce our 13th Sino-American conference in Beijing, October 21-30, 2014.
Each year for the past twelve years, we have taken AASCU senior leaders (presidents, provosts, international officers, deans, department heads, and faculty) to China to participate in a series of activities designed to create and sustain educational partnerships in China. Read More >>
2014 Global Challenges Institute: Educating Globally Competent Citizens November 06, 2014 - November 07, 2014
The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey • Galloway, NJ

This Institute is sponsored by the American Democracy Project’s Global Engagement Initiative and is being hosted by the American Association of State Colleges and Universities and The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey.  Read More >> Pathways Reimagined: Exploring Innovative Approaches to Degree Completion and Student Success November 20, 2014 - November 21, 2014
Washington, DC

2014 Regional Presidential Symposium - Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Regions
Made by possible by the generous support of Pearson

A significant number of AASCU institutions have committed to Project Degree Completion that calls for increasing the number of undergraduate baccalaureate degrees by 3.8 million between now and 2025. Institutions are simultaneously striving to provide those students with a quality education and contain costs.  This requires new and innovative methods and a re-imagining of institutional strategies. Read More >>
2014 Higher Education Government Relations Conference December 03, 2014 - December 05, 2014
JW Marriott • New Orleans, LA

Stewardship of the Public Trust
Institutional and Public Policy Leadership in American Higher Education

Americans have long placed confidence in our nation’s public colleges and universities to serve the public good. As engines of economic growth, innovation and democratic renewal, maintaining the missions of these institutions is as critical as ever. College and university leaders, trustees and government officials all hold responsibility for ensuring that these institutions remain the bedrock of a strong economy and vibrant democracy. This year’s conference will explore the current state of stewardship of America’s public colleges and universities, and share policies and advocacy strategies for ensuring that these institutions remain accessible, accountable and true to their historic missions. Read More >>
2015 Academic Affairs Winter Meeting February 05, 2015 - February 07, 2015
JW Marriott New Orleans • New Orleans, Louisiana

Student Success and the Stewardship of Place
Continuing our focus on Student Success, the Academic Affairs Winter Meeting will explore the ways that the Stewardship of Place can contribute to student retention, progress and graduation.  The program will be built around the recent publication of the second and third monographs in our Stewards of Place monograph series. Read More >>
2015 AASCU/NAFSA Institute for New Senior International Officers February 11, 2015 - February 13, 2015
Washington, D.C.

The American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) and NAFSA: Association of International Educators are pleased to announce the Institute for New Senior International Officers. Designed for SIOs working on AASCU member campuses, the institute offers participants the opportunity to be introduced to the key skills and knowledge a SIO must master as a leader in internationalization at a public comprehensive college or university. Read More >>


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