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Sep 2016
Under its National Science Foundation (NSF) INCLUDES pilot grant, APLU will undertake activities aimed at creating a national alliance to help its members increase the number of STEM faculty at APLU member institutions from underrepresented and traditionally underserved groups: women, members of minority racial and ethnic groups, persons with disabilities, and persons from low-socioeconomic backgrounds.

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Jul 2016
As STEM Education Centers (SECs) grow in prominence on college campuses across the country, a new report details how universities can pair the work of these critical hubs aimed at improving teaching and student success in STEM fields with their Centers for Teaching and Learning (CTLs). The Collaborating at the Center report presents key recommendations on ways these two distinct types of campus-based centers can work more closely to further national STEM education improvement efforts.

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Apr 2016
This guide is a roadmap for a university-wide effort to strengthen a culture of research safety. The guide has action steps, resources, and recommendations to help navigate the challenge of changing the culture of the institution.

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Jan 2016
2015 APLU Annual Report

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Aug 2015
The centrality of engagement is critical to the success of higher education in the future. Engagement is essential to most effectively achieving the overall purpose of the university, which is focused on the knowledge enterprise. Today’s engagement is scholarly, is an aspect of learning and discovery, and enhances society and higher education. Undergirding today’s approach to community engagement is the understanding that not all knowledge and expertise resides in the academy, and that both expertise and great learning opportunities in teaching and scholarship also reside in non-academic settings.

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