News & Events
ACE/NASH Leadership Academy
April 12, 2018
The 2018 Leadership Academy will be conducted over two in-person meetings. The first is on January 17 – 18, 2018 in Washington, DC. The second will be held on April 12 in Chicago.
The Leadership Academy is designed to support systems in the development of high-performing teams that facilitate large-scale change, enhance campus and system performance, and scale best practices across multiple campuses.
For more information please visit www.acenet.edu/NASH.
NASH TS3 Convening
April 12 – 13, 2018
Our NASH TS3 Convening will be held on April 12-13, 2018 in Chicago, IL. The meeting will begin at 2:00 pm on April 12 and conclude at 2:00 pm on April 13 at the Westin O’Hare.
Highlights for this year’s event include:
- Keynotes from Nancy Zimpher, SUNY Chancellor Emerita and Jillian Kinzie, Center for Postsecondary Research & NSSE
- Focus sessions on our target interventions: Predictive Analytics, High Impact Practices, and Math Pathways
- Exploration of the drivers of student success
- Structured planning time for system/campus teams
Please contact Krissy Haynes (email@example.com) for additional details.
For more information or to RSVP, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
* Date is subject to change
Four systems chosen to participate in a focused project on High Impact Practices and Equity-Minded Learning Pathways funded by Lumina: University System of Georgia, the Tennessee Board of Regents, the Montana University System, and the University of Wisconsin System.
In September, Lumina Foundation awarded NASH $1.2 million over two years to support deeper implementation of certain aspects of our holistic strategy for student success, Taking Student Success to Scale (TS3). Four systems will be selected through a competitive process to participate directly in this work, with a focus on high impact practices and equity-minded learning pathways.
NASH joined ACE and other major higher education associations in a letter to Secretary Kelly regarding the recent executive order on visas and refugees.
Collaboration between K12 and Higher Ed is one of the most important pieces we can strengthen and put in place to help our students. In January, we hosted a webinar along with CCSSO and SHEEO to highlight two states, Tennessee and South Dakota, that are working together to help ensure students are ready for college and careers. We had excellent participation with over 150 representatives from both Higher Ed and K-12.