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Released by the National Center for Education Statistics

This publication provides projections for key education statistics. More

Vice President Joseph R. Biden, Jr.-- Issues Call to Action to Boost College Graduation Rates Nationwide.


WASHINGTON, DC -- Vice President Joe Biden today issued a call to action to boost college graduation rates across the country and help the nation meet President Obama's goal fo rthe United States to have the best-educated workforce and the highest proportion of college graduates... More

 College Completion Toolkit

March 2011

Colorado State University: Half Time Position

This half-time position is for the Summer Session Associate Coordinator. This position reports to the Summer Session Director. The Summer Session Office resides in the Provost Office. The associate coordinator assists with data analyses, webpage design; budget spreadsheets and the development of databases related to course listings, enrollments, and mailing lists. The salary is $26,500 for the half-time position. For a full position description, visit Inquiries should be made to Kathy Duquoin at ...

Due Wednesday, March 7th


CALL FOR PROPOSALS 2012The Theresa Neil Memorial Research Fund

The Summer Session Research Consortium, which consists of the North American Association of Summer Sessions (NAASS); the North Central Conference on Summer Schools (NCCSS); the Western Association of Summer Session Administrators (WASSA); and the Association of University Summer Sessions (AUSS), is pleased to announce a Call for Proposals for the Theresa Neil Memorial Research Fund.

Amount of Award
The total available for the year 2012 is $9,000. One or two proposals will be supported from this amount.

Research Topics
The Consortium invites proposals that address pedagogical or administrative issues that pertain to summer session at North American colleges and universities. For example:

  • Analysis of summer faculty salary issues
  • Assessment of student needs...