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Feb 2017
APLU's Personalized Learning Consortium developed a guide to courseware development, use and evaluation based on the collaborative experience of four public research universities.

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Feb 2017
The APLU Innovation and Economic Prosperity (IEP) Universities program recognizes institutions for exemplary, innovative, and sustainable efforts in economic engagement by those who have received the IEP University designation. The designation identifies institutions working to advance the engagement and economic well-being of their states, regions, and the nation through a variety of efforts. Universities that have earned the designation qualify for the opportunity to apply for to the IEP Universities awards program.

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Feb 2017
Through the APLU Innovation and Economic Prosperity Universities program, institutions are recognized for their efforts in economic engagement by receiving this designation. The designation identifies institutions working to advance the economic wellbeing of their states, regions, and the nation through a variety of efforts. The IEP Universities program is divided into two submission processes—one for the designation and one for the award. A university must be a recipient of the designation before it can apply for the award.

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Jan 2017
APLU and our members engaged in a wide array of projects and initiatives centering on the three pillars of our work—boosting degree completion and academic success, advancing cutting-edge research, and improving our communities and world through increased engagement and economic development.

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Nov 2016
The report, Research Activity at the 1890 Universities, offers critical insight into the type of research ongoing at the 19 historically black land-grant universities. The five year period of 2012-2016 demonstrates notable research activity within primarily teaching-centered universities. Implications of research pursuits and productivity are important and the 1890 universities are engaging in research irrespective of the institutional type and infrastructural capacity they hold.

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