NASULGC

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NASULGCNational Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges
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According to data from the Education Department's National Center for Education Statistics, on average, NASULGC institutions received 14.
ARL, NASULGC and SPARC have combined resources that are at least one order of magnitude greater than AAUP's.
The research provisions in the individual House and Senate farm bills drew heavily on the recommendations of the USDA and NASULGC.
A launch by NASULGC, AASCU, AAU, and NAICU of a multifaceted initiative to increase the number of science and mathematics teachers prepared by colleges and universities and recommended to states for certification.
Using the power of the NASULGC, they created NASSA as a competing accrediting body.
The status of student outcomes assessment at NASULGC member institutions.
Land grant institutions are now experiencing the future predicted by NASULGC.
Through NASULGC (National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges), the public research universities of this country have begun a serious, long-range dialogue about keeping public higher education affordable.
Not surprisingly, presidential spouses rarely see one another, the exceptions being development seminars such as those offered by NASULGC.
The research provisions in both the House and Senate farm bills draw heavily on the recommendations of the USDA and NASULGC.
Several have highlighted the necessity of developing inclusive, multicultural communities of students, faculty, and administrators (The Boyer Commission on Educating Undergraduates in the Research University [Boyer Commission], 1998; NASULGC, 1997; Wingspread, 1993).
Organizations such as the NASULGC, the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U), the AACSU, the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC), Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH), and Campus Compact have developed significant initiatives to promote more responsive, community-oriented agendas among campus presidents, faculty, staff, and students.