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FEATURES & REPORTS - JULY 2015

Innovator and Pioneer in Education, Coleman Furr is Remembered by Leaders

On May 18, 2015, Coleman Furr passed away. In recognition of his 50 years of dedication to higher education we celebrate Coleman’s life. The following are comments from colleagues and friends. 

Remembering Carol Moneymaker with ABHES Lifetime Accreditation Achievement Award
By William Clohan, President/CEO, West Coast University

Clohan gave this eulogy at the ABHES 2015 National Conference on Allied Health Education, where he also accepted the first ABHES Lifetime Accreditation Achievement Award on behalf of Carol Moneymaker’s family. 

Carol Moneymaker – Leader, Friend, Mother, Wife

On November 12, 2014, Carol passed away. In recognition of her more than 20 years of dedication to the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools and higher education we celebrate Carol’s life. The following are comments from colleagues and friends. 

ACICS Provides Additional Information After HELP Hearing
Interview with Albert C. Gray, Ph.D., President and Chief Executive Officer and Anthony S. Bieda, Vice President of External Affairs, Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools

ACICS discussed the Senate HELP hearing on Reauthorizing the Higher Education Act: Evaluating Accreditation’s Role in Ensuring Quality and the supplemental information ACICS submitted following the hearing. 

Robo-Dog: Stanbridge College Introduces Cutting-Edge Technology for Veterinary Students
Written from an interview with Yasith Weerasuriya, President and CEO, Stanbridge College

Stanbridge’s newest educational innovation is the introduction of a high-fidelity canine patient simulator for veterinary technician training – the only one in the U.S. outside of Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, where it was first developed.

Leadership in the 21st Century: the Leadership Challenges
By Mitch Talenfeld, CEO, MDT Marketing

This article examines the challenges leaders face in the 21st century, which are profoundly different than challenges leaders have confronted at any point in human history. 

Quality, Accountability and Action – Part 2
By Linda Baer, Ph.D.; Copyright 2015; reprinted by permission of ACICS

Provided by ACICS, the following is an analytic review of the nexus between various forces changing higher education – demographics, economics, globalization, technology and politics – and the implications for evaluating education quality, transparency and accountability.  


 

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