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USU, CADE, & CSA 2018 Joint Summer Meeting

Jun 17, 2018 - Jun 19, 2018

All Day

We hope you will join us for the Coalition of Urban Serving Universities (USU), APLU’s Commission on Access, Diversity and Success (CADE), and Council on Student Affairs (CSA) 2018 Joint Summer Forum, Building Opportunity, taking place in Chicago, IL on June 18 – 19, 2018, at the University of Illinois at Chicago. CSA's Summer Forum will begin the afternoon of Sunday, June 17th.  A block of discounted rooms has been secured at the Hilton Downtown Chicago Hotel. 

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Come learn with us about cutting-edge innovations, capacity building strategies and new approaches to partnerships that build opportunity for our students to access, persist, engage and succeed in university and their careers. Work with colleagues through engaging meeting formats to collectively advance our understanding and practice of how we build opportunity for our students, our communities and our nation.

To all CADE members, CADE’s Executive Committee will meet on Sunday, June 17, 2018 and the commission-specific meeting programming begins on Monday, June 18, 2018. 

We hope to see you and your team in Chicago, IL in June.

When: June 18-19, 2018
Where: The University of Illinois at Chicago

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Location

Hilton Chicago and the University of Illinois-Chicago, Chicago, IL

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CADE 2017 Summer Meeting

2017 Commission on Access, Diversity and Excellence (CADE) Summer Meeting

Jul 25, 2017 - Jul 27, 2017
All Day

Charting the Course in the Midst of Unchartered Waters

The APLU Commission on Access, Diversity, and Excellence (CADE), and the APLU Office for Access and Success (OAS), held the CADE Summer Meeting on July 25-July 27, 2017 at the Hamilton Crowne Plaza Hotel in Washington, DC. The theme was Charting the Course in the Midst of Unchartered Waters.

The CADE Summer Meeting built a network of institutions that committed to implementing an action-oriented agenda to improve student outcomes and convened university presidents, provosts, chief diversity officers, student affairs professionals, and enrollment managers.

General Overview

The 2017 CADE Summer Meeting convened in the nation’s capital with the intention of gaining a deep understanding of how the current political environment and national discussions around race, class, and gender identity intersect with higher education. Campuses across the nation are navigating unchartered waters in an increasingly partisan political climate. Universities have always been places of passionate political discourse, but the impact of social media can rapidly escalate a local campus discussion into a national debate. CADE members are on the front lines of many of these issues realizing the great responsibility of serving as advocates for all students, faculty, and staff on these critical issues.

 

CADE 2016 Summer Meeting
Diverse State of Mind: (re) Thinking Institutional Excellence and Educational Diversity for Leadership in the 21st Century

The APLU Commission on Access, Diversity and Excellence (CADE), the APLU Office for Access and Success, and the State University of New York (SUNY) held the 2016 CADE Summer Meeting on July 27-July 29, 2016 at the SUNY Global Center in New York City, New York. The theme for this year's convening was "Diverse State of Mind: (re) Thinking Institutional Excellence and Educational Diversity for Leadership in the 21st Century." The CADE Summer Meeting was focused on building a network of institutions that are committed to implementing an action-oriented agenda to improve student outcomes. This meeting convened university presidents, provosts, chief diversity officers, student affairs professionals and enrollment managers to address the following:

  • Enhance the institutional capacity to promote and sustain a diverse and qualified professoriate at four-year institutions;
  • Demonstrate how student diversity and campus inclusivity impact leadership outcomes; and
  • Understand the multidimensional forms of faculty and student diversity at MSIs and non-MSIs.

 

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