APLU’s Frederick to Speak at AAC&U Conference on DEIAlcione FrederickAssistant Director, Center for Public University Transformation
APLU’s Alcione Frederick will present on engaging students in institutional transformation at the AAC&U conference on diversity, equity, and student success.
APLU’s Rodriguez Presents on Bolstering STEM Pathways in Higher EducationAndréa RodriguezDirector, Coalition of Urban Serving Universities (USU)
Andréa Rodriguez, Director of Urban Initiatives for USU at APLU, presents on building STEM Pathways between 2- and 4-year institutions at an AAAS Summit in early June.
Howard Gobstein discusses the MTE-PartnershipHoward GobsteinSenior Vice President for STEM Education and Research Policy and Advisor to the President
Howard Gobstein discusses the MTE-Partnership on the panel: Launching Improvement Networks: A Framework for Getting Started at the 2nd Carnegie Foundation Summit on Improvement in Education March 3 in San Francisco, CA.
Wendy Fink at STEMConnectorWendy FinkExecutive Director, Academic Programs Section & Assistant Vice President, Food, Agriculture, & Natural Resources (FANR)
Wendy Fink presented as part of a panel at the March 25th STEM Council meeting of STEMconnector. The panel’s focus was “The STEM Food and Ag Council: Cultivating Talent to Solve a Global Challenge.”
Fink Presents on Ag Careers and WorkforceWendy FinkExecutive Director, Academic Programs Section & Assistant Vice President, Food, Agriculture, & Natural Resources (FANR)
Wendy Fink, APLU’s associate director for Food, Agriculture, and Natural Resources, served as a panelist at the North American Food & Ag HR Roundtable. The panel examined how employability skills have changed in food and agriculture fields, where they need to change further, and what universities can do to help agriculture graduates develop skills such as teamwork, leadership, communications, and professionalism.
APLU’s Michaels to Speak at Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities Annual ConferenceJulia MichaelsExecutive Director, Center for Public University Transformation (CPUT) & Associate Vice President, APLU
APLU’s Julia Michaels will examine lessons learned from innovation across urban public research universities. Michaels will present on Urban Universities for HEALTH, which aims to build a diverse health and biomedical research workforce to address health disparities.
APLU’s Craig Lindwarm in Roundtable Discussion at the Higher Education Government Relations ConferenceCraig LindwarmVice President, Governmental Affairs
Craig Lindwarm participated in a roundtable discussion on: New and Traditional Ways of Advancing the Higher Education Agenda at the 23rd annual Higher Education Government Relations Conference organized by the AACC, AASCU, APLU, and CASE.
APLU’s Lindwarm Participates in Law and Policy PanelCraig LindwarmVice President, Governmental Affairs
APLU’s Craig Lindwarm participated in a panel on law and policy at a recent meeting of the Association of College and University Housing Officers – International. Lindwarm discussed the new administration, Congress, and implications for higher education.
APLU’s Rovito Presents on Science Advocacy at AAAS ForumSarah RovitoDirector, Science & Research Policy
APLU’s Sarah Rovito participated in a panel discussion on Advocating for Science: More Than a One-Day Activity at the 2017 American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Forum on Science and Technology Policy. Rovito presented on enabling sustained, effective advocacy after the March for Science.
APLU’s Redd Co-authors Paper Calling for STEM Discipline-based Education Researchers to Cross Disciplinary BoundariesKacy Redd, Ph.D.Associate Vice President, Research & STEM Education
APLU’s Kacy Redd co-authored a paper in the International Journal of Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education explaining the need for the STEM discipline-based education research community to cross disciplinary boundaries to foster knowledge creation and diffusion about how students learn to advance STEM education.
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