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Six new coordinators will support the creation of content for delivery methods outside of the Annual Meeting program.
Integrity, consistency and accountability are linchpins.
“We are thrilled that a four-year university like Bethel University is recognizing the educational value of our training and endorsement,” said AACRAO Executive Director Mike Reilly.
"I don't want to be rude, but no. No, I do not have a minute."
A highly debated topic with many in the field of International Education drawing hard ethical lines on the practice.
Admissions podcast unpacks diversity on campuses; Registrar podcast explores how the role of the registrar has evolved.
What's a QF, where are they used, and why? (Plus an explanatory peek at New Zealand's national QF.)
The former AACRAO Executive Director (1988-98) passed away unexpectedly on Friday, January 11. He was 74.
SIS and Compliance Reporting, Veterans, Comprehensive Learner Record, Technology and FERPA were on the agenda
AACRAO leaders discuss strategies to keep imposter syndrome, glass ceilings, and cultural conditioning from holding you back.
Why some partnerships fail and others thrive.
In addition to revising the standards and possibly aligning them more closely to AACRAO’s Core Competencies and Proficiencies, the Committee will be updating the Contextual Statement for Registrar Programs and Services.
Preferred documents, evaluation lifecycle, SIS input, specialized laws, and resources for credit evaluators.
AACRAO presented at the 2019 AIEA Conference, attended by over 800 SIOs.
Applications are being accepted through Friday, March 1, 2019.
To indicate your interest, please respond by March 5, 2019.
“Transparency leads to trust, trust leads to collaboration, and collaboration leads to student success."
Professor and founding director of Human Rights Studies at UC Davis, Watenpaugh has spent his career supporting the basic human right to education.