ACE in the hole
The American Council of Education Fellows visited campus as part of a live case study on MSU Denver.
September 26, 2016
The American Council of Education Fellows recently visited campus for the first phase of their live study on MSU Denver.
The ACE Fellows program is a yearlong leadership program for deans, AVPs and other high-level administrators, which allows higher education leaders to study other institutions and learn best-practices as they advance their careers.
The live study will focus on making recommendations in four areas that impact the institution, which include: shared governance, campus climate, academic program development and communication across campus. While on campus, the ACE Fellows met with members of senior leadership to learn about what’s working and not working in these areas. They will provide their recommendations to the University in January.