AAC&U 2022 Summer Institutes
American Association of College & Universities (AAC&U) Institutes offer opportunities for teams and individuals to develop and exchange approaches and strategies in support of advancing campus change initiatives.
INSTITUTES FOR CAMPUS TEAMS
AAC&U’s team-based institutes offer campus teams a time and place for sustained collaborative work on a project of importance to their campuses, along with a curriculum focused on important trends, research, and best practices delivered by a resident faculty of educational experts and consultants.
Institute on High-Impact Practices and Student Success (Virtual Institute) – June 13 – 18. Application deadline: March 4
Institute on Teaching to Increase Diversity and Equity in STEM (TIDES) (Leesburg, VA) – June 19 – 23. Application deadline: March 8
Institute on Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation Campus Centers (Virtual Institute) – June 20 – 25. Application deadline: March 11
Institute on General Education and Assessment (Virtual Institute) – June 7 – 10. Application deadline: March 31
Institute on Engaged and Integrative Learning (Location TBD) – July 18 – 22. Application deadline: April 18
INSTITUTES FOR INDIVIDUALS
AAC&U also offers institutes for individual STEM faculty and administrators engaged in leading projects aimed at transforming undergraduate STEM education in their classrooms, departments, and institutions.
Institute on Teaching to Increase Diversity and Equity in STEM (Leesburg, VA) – June 19 – 23. Application deadline: March 8
PKAL STEM Leadership Institute (Virtual Institute) – July 12 – 15. Application deadline: April 5
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