SHEEO

AcronymDefinition
SHEEOState Higher Education Executive Officers
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Taskstream looks forward to its continued partnership with the MSC, AAC&U, and SHEEO in the next phase of this initiative -- which has already expanded to include additional states and institutions.
We are honored to be a part of this important work and are delighted by the positive feedback from our partners at AAC&U and SHEEO and the participating institutions," noted Taskstream's president, Webster Thompson.
L'Orange, Vice President for Research and Information Resources, SHEEO chose software from SAS, the leader in business intelligence, for its ability to quickly gather, analyze and report on data.
A committee comprised of representatives from the Multi-State Collaborative, SHEEO, and AAC&U solicited and reviewed RFPs from several providers.
2001 to 2005 was a very difficult period in many states, and the country as a whole," says Paul Lingenfelter, SHEEO president.
Questioning whether the college graduation gap and low graduation rates can be attributed to state cutbacks in higher-education spending, Lingenfelter quoted a recent SHEEO study showing that since 1970, state support nationally has kept pace with substantial enrollment growth and inflation (as measured by the Consumer Price Index).
Hossler's departure, Paul Lingenfelter, President of SHEEO and Chair of the Research Center Board, commented, "Don Hossler's leadership was critical to the successful launch of the Research Center during the past 2 1/2 years.
Figure 6, derived from SHEEO data, shows that enrollment increased rapidly during the period from 1986 to 2007.
The SHEEO data series for 1986 to 1995 shows that real public higher education revenues differed little from those in 1996 or 2006 (State Higher Education Executive Officers 2008a).