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2013 Interim Meeting 

The 2013 AACP Interim Meeting in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico, will not be cancelled. However, we are aware of the severe weather developing in the Northeast. http://www.weather.gov/

A major winter storm, with blizzard conditions, is forecast to impact the Northeast Friday night into early Saturday, as a developing nor'easter moves up the Atlantic coast. Total snowfall accumulations of 1-2 feet are possible, with locally higher amounts. In addition, gusty winds will create blizzard conditions, especially along the coast, making travel extremely hazardous, if not impossible.

Only if you are unable to travel to the 2013 AACP Interim Meeting due to flight cancellations affected by this storm, please take three steps immediately:

  • If you have a hotel reservation, please call the hotel directly so that you are not charged for your first night’s room and tax
    Wyndham Rio Mar Hotel: 787-888-6000 or 800-474-6627 
  • If you have scheduled shuttle or car service for your travel (to/from your airport; to/from SJU), you must call the transportation company directly to cancel and receive a refund.
    Dragonfly transportation: 787-657-1510
  • Please contact Barbra A. Gustis in writing at bgustis@aacp.org no later than Monday, Feb. 11.  By Feb. 12, AACP will notify you of your meeting registration status (whether a refund can be given or a registration transfer to our 2013 annual or 2014 interim meeting can be made).

We hope you are able to attend and travel safely to Puerto Rico!

 

Bring clarity to how your institution can quantify achievement toward its mission, strategic plan and student outcomes.

Plan your attendance today for this outstanding event. Higher education and institutional effectiveness research leaders will shed light on the integrated components of institutional effectiveness, explaining the complexities and addressing the challenges you face.

At this premier educational event, you will:

  • Learn the leadership role in creating a culture where institutional effectiveness research is valued.
  • Form a deeper understanding of how effective assessment can influence your institution’s strategic planning process.
  • Share ideas with your peers. Find out how colleagues are using institutional effectiveness research to assess how well their schools are achieving their mission, strategic goals and student-learning outcomes.
  • Take home strategies and an awareness of the resources needed to implement and improve institutional effectiveness at your institution.

Who should attend?

  • Deans
  • Associate/Assistant Deans
  • Department Chairs
  • Assessment Directors
  • Aspiring Leaders in the Academy

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