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2016 Accreditation Institute a success!

Thank you to everyone who made the 2016 NASPAA Accreditation Institute a success! The day would not have been possible without our sponsors: West Chester University, The American University in Cairo, and Brigham Young University.  45 more words

Annual Conference

A Brief Overview of the NACUA Annual Conference and Its Recordings

Imogene L. Cathey handles issues related to academic and corporate governance at Seton Hill University, where she serves as general counsel. Imogene Cathey maintains membership with the… 174 more words

Imogene L. Cathey

Why NASPAA Accreditation?

Hear directly from peers involved in the accreditation process about the value of program evaluation and the global dialogue:

*Produced by Anders Rosen, American University School of Public Affairs


Growing Great Schools - booking now open for 7th Annual Conference

Booking is now open for our 7th Annual Conference, taking place on Thursday 26th-Friday 27th January 2017.

The Growing Great Schools conference will focus on… 81 more words

2016 Accreditation Institute

Attending the Institute on October 19? Find all of our presentation materials, below!

Track A Slides

Track B Slides


Site Visitor Training

Annual Conference

Friday Five: Tweets from the 2016 Conference at the Penn Stater

Welcome to our Friday Five (a day late). With all the excitement of the conference yesterday, we didn’t have a chance to post. Today we have our second day of the conference and there’s plenty of time to keep tweeting about it using the hashtag #pctela16. 121 more words

Friday Five

Program Offerings at the 2015 NLADA Annual Conference

Paul Seeman, a former Alameda County Superior Court judge, amassed more than three decades of legal experience before retiring in 2013. Throughout his time with Alameda County, Paul Seeman held a number of positions, including roles as vice-chair of the California Center for Judicial Education and Research (CJER) Juvenile Law Education Committee and as faculty at the CJER Continuing Judicial Studies Program. 212 more words

Paul Seeman