The APLU Annual Meeting has become the premier event for public university leaders to meet and exchange ideas with colleagues from across the country and all of North America, learn about the latest challenges and opportunities facing public universities, and develop new ideas and initiatives to further strengthen our work. The APLU Annual Meeting provides great opportunities to strengthen your institution along with ample networking opportunities—learn about best practices and share your institution’s story.
Important link: http://www.aplu.org/meetings-and-events/annual-meeting/index.html
Delve into two-and-a-half days of trailblazing education and CLE/CPD credit. Elevate your expertise with the latest on current legal issues from dozens and dozens of thought leaders. Uncover techniques to take your career to the next level. Plus, experience it with thousands of your in-house peers from around the world. It’s all about your success story.
Program Schedule: https://www.accmeetings.com/am17/agenda.aspx?_ga=2.133962574.159101330.1503615453-332145716.1503615453
On October 5th from 5:30pm to 7:30pm, Plan to attend the national announcement of the 2017 Examples of Excelencia. Selected programs in colleges, universities and community-based organizations across the country will be recognized for their positive impact on Latino student success at the associate, baccalaureate and graduate levels.
On October 6th, from 7:30am to 5:00pm, The ALASS Institute is the meeting place for professionals who are setting the national agenda for Latino student success in higher education. ALASS is a fast paced Institute providing rich networking opportunities, tactical information about evidence-based practices, strategies and resources to advance Latino student achievement in higher education.
- Engineering Technology Council Information & Strategy
- Discussion of NAE report on Engineering Technology Education in the United States
- Conversation with ABET ET Leaders
- Discussion of STEM jobs, economic development, and Engineering Technology
Please note: The ETLI this year starts on Thursday, October 5th with a session at 4:00 pm followed by an opening dinner.
For more information contact Elaine Cooney, email@example.com
Celebrate the historic mixed-use Miami River’s unique culture and natural environment at the free annual Miami Riverday festival, featuring free Miami River boat tours, live music, historic re-enactors, environmental education, children activities, food, drinks and more
FIU College of Law Welcomes:
Dean Eduardo M. Peñalver ( Cornell Law)
The Adopt-a-Tree program provides Miami-Dade single-family or duplex homeowners with two FREE trees every year. Single-family homeowners adopted more than 190,000 trees since the program’s inception in 2001.
Trees reduce air-conditioning costs by providing shade, while a good landscape improves a home’s appearance. Trees also help increase a property’s real estate value and reduce flooding by absorbing excess rain water. They also help to remove significant amounts of carbon dioxide from the air every year. Carbon dioxide is considered to be a leading factor affecting climate change.
In partnership with the National Campus Leadership Council, Defend Our Future, and the Environmental Defense Fund, Florida International University is exciting to be hosting the 2016 Climate Leadership Summit in Miami, Florida. This event aims to create and empower climate solution makers by bringing together public officials, business professionals, academics, and student leaders. Campus communities nationwide are providing leadership to elevate and inspire innovative approaches to energy challenges and climate change, and to make their campuses greener and more sustainable. See here for more information plus a schedule of the day’s events, and use this link to register!