AACU

AcronymDefinition
AACUAssociation of American Colleges and Universities (Washington, DC)
AACUAmerican Association of Clinical Urologists
AACUAnti-Aircraft Co-Operation Unit (Royal Air Force; UK)
AACUAviation Associates Credit Union (Wichita, KS)
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The head of AACU HadA3/4ialiA expressed his gratitude to the Ministry, as well as the Government of Japan for obtaining funds, stressing that they were planning to replace the old system set up 18 years ago, that is, to set up an automatic station that would be some kind of a sensory support for conducting operational activities.
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The majority of student assignments demonstrated capstone or milestone three level of competency in our version of the AACU Information Literacy VALUE rubric, "Use information effectively to accomplish a specific purpose." In their assignments, students critically evaluated the resources that they found, used many recent peer-reviewed journal articles, and synthesized the information they found with clarity and purpose.
Administraron una encuesta a oficiales academicos y a los responsables de administrar la educacion general de 567 instituciones de nivel de bachillerato que son miembros de la AACU. A traves de estas encuestas exploraron la percepcion sobre las metas, practicas, prioridades, influencias externas y los retos futuros.
Nearly 88% of employers agree that the challenges their employees face within their organizations are more complex today than ever before, and a similar proportion say that to succeed in their organizations, employees need higher levels of learning and knowledge today than they did in the past (AACU, 2010, p.
Furthermore, national advisory bodies are suggesting curriculum reform in order to meet employer expectations and global competitiveness (e.g., AACU, 2007; APLU, 2009).
AACU currently is a Fiserv Spectrum customer, according to the Technology Survey at Callahan & Associates.
state experiments have allowed the postsecondary financing strategy to reemerge as a core component of the productivity and college completion agenda," the AACU report said.
Consequently, employers are increasingly expecting colleges and universities to prepare students to work in teams (AACU, 2007; AICPA, 2008; Landrum & Harrold, 2003; NACE, 2008).
A number of national initiatives, conferences, and dialogues have been held across the country designed to gather leaders together to discuss the future of the relationships between higher education and society (American Association of Colleges and Universities [AACU] 2002; AACU 2006; American Council for Education [ACE] 2006; Association for the Study of Higher Education [ASHE] 2006; Campus Compact and AACU 2006; National Forum on Higher Education for the Public Good 2002; W.K.
Osborn is executive director for the Association of Adventist Colleges and Universities (AACU) and special Liaison for Higher Education for the North American Division.
* $2.45 million to the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU), Association of American Colleges and Universities (AACU), and the National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges (NASULGC) to provide reliable and valid measures for assessing student learning at the higher education level (http://www.ed.gov/news/pressreleases/2007/09/09282007.html)