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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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Apr 2016
APLU Policy Brief: Comprehensive and accurate higher education data are critical to solving many challenges for students and families, policymakers, and institutions of higher education. A change in law is necessary to fix the problem of incomplete information on employment outcomes and incomplete persistence and graduation rates.

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Mar 2016
Improving student success pathways to achieve higher retention and graduation rates in higher education requires multifaceted approaches. Faculty members play a central role in developing and advancing these pathways.

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(pdf 248kb)
Mar 2016
For the university, one of the greatest opportunities and greatest challenges is to determine how to promote technology usage on campus. Pooling their experiences, they identified three strategic areas to target: 1) Incenting faculty usage of technology in the classroom; 2) Engaging faculty in the technology decision-making process; and 3) Ensuring appropriate policies and practices are in place.

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Mar 2016
Five institutions formed a working group to collectively explore financial indicators of student success. Chaired by Jodi Levine, Temple University’s Vice Provost, Office of Academic Affairs, Assessment & Institutional Research, the group also included teams from Florida International University (FIU), Georgia State University (GSU), Portland State University (PSU) and the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC).

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