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Oct 2019
2019 APLU Annual Meeting Program

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Oct 2019
In 2016, the University of Mississippi was one of eight universities to receive a grant from APLU to implement and scale adaptive courseware in high-enrollment foundational courses. Patricia O’Sullivan, Karen Forgette, Andrew Davis, and Guy Krueger from the University of Mississippi joined Dr. Megan Tesene in this webinar to discuss student feedback on adaptive courseware.

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Oct 2019
Commissioned by the Board for International Food and Agriculture Development, which APLU helps administer, this report receives broad-based economic, national security, and diplomatic benefits from its agricultural assistance investments in the developing world.

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Sep 2019
In 2016, Georgia State University was one of eight universities to receive a grant from APLU to implement and scale adaptive courseware in high-enrollment foundational courses. In this webinar, Dr. Megan Tesene interviewed Dr. Chris Brown and Dr. Jeannie Grussendorf on the successes and challenges they faced in selecting adaptive courseware products.

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Jun 2019
2019 progress report on Accelerating Adoption of Adaptive Courseware at Public Universities

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May 2019
Public colleges and universities are innovating to address concerns about the relevance of higher education through expanding experiential learning opportunities, providing new formats for working learners, and helping workers re-skill

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May 2019
APLU’s Degree Completion Award seeks to recognize and reward public universities that are increasing degree completion rates, and total numbers of undergraduate degrees awarded, while improving educational access, quality, and equity.

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Feb 2019
APLU and our members engaged in a wide array of projects and initiatives centering on the three pillars of our work—expand access and improve student success to deliver the innovative workforce of tomorrow; advance and promote research and discovery to improve society, foster economic growth, and address global challenges; build healthy, prosperous, equitable, and vibrant communities locally and globally.

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Feb 2019
A concept paper by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities.

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Dec 2018
Shortages in meeting employment demands exist in the number of U.S. citizens earning undergraduate and advanced degrees in engineering fields essential to economic growth and national security such as systems engineers, cyber security, software developers, materials science engineering, and Ph.D.’s in nuclear and electrical engineering. Thanks to funding from the NSF, APLU examined this topic and examined recent trends in engineering degrees awarded at national and institutional levels to determine areas of growth among various groups, changes in racial, ethnic and gender diversity in engineering.

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