Turning Points: From Setback to Success An APLU Annual Meeting Competition Supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Hosted by Portland State University
Urban Public Research Universities to Launch Unique, Collaborative Effort to Boost Student Success
Collaborating for Change: Collaborative Approaches to Advancing Student Performance Webinar
Come join the USU Winter Meeting at the APLU Annual Meeting! This year's event will be held at the JW Marriott Indianapolis in Indianapolis, IN.
Disrupting Traditional Models
Deep Collaboration: Urban Universities Shaping the Future of the City
April 30, 2015, 2:30 - 3:30 p.m. EDT
Project Management to Support Academic & Student Success Innovaton
USU Winter Conference 2014 Hilton Bonnet Creek Resort | Orlando, FL November 2 – 4
Tackling Grand Challenges: Urban Research Universities On the Front Line
Hear from representatives from two of the 2013 MVP awardees as they highlight their institution’s campus wide efforts to increase student retention and graduation rates across highly diverse student populations.
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USU Student Performance Webinar Series - Building College Student Resilience - Simple, Effective Int
Recent research suggests that brief exercises designed to change how students think or feel in school can raise students' achievement over months and years.
USU Student Performance Webinar Series - JSU’s IPad Initiative: The Democratization of CyberLearning
USU Student Performance Webinar Series ~ IPad Initiative: The Democratization of CyberLearning Tuesday, January 28, 2014, 12:30PM - 1:30PM ET
USU Summer Meeting
Our summer meeting, the University and the City: Charting a Common Future will be held in Chicago, IL, June 17 and 18 2013
The purpose of the workshop is to collectively do a deep dive into what works on urban campuses to increase access, retention and success for their students. Our goal is to examine the nuts and bolts of our current activities with an eye to improve what we are already doing, understand what’s missing from our individual portfolio of initiatives, and better develop new programs and systems to measure and scale what’s working. Our hope is that attendees return to their campuses ready to roll up their sleeves and apply what they’ve learned.