Events

JANUARY

Jan. 5-8
Association of American Law Schools (AALS)
Annual Meeting
“Engaged Scholarship”
San Francisco
Web: www.aals.org/am

Jan. 6-9
National Black Student Leadership Conference
The Hyatt Regency-Crystal City
Arlington, Va.
Phone: (757) 220-7321
Web: www.selg.com

Jan. 11
Anne Arundel Community College
Juvenile Justice Conference of
Maryland
“Charting a New Course for the Future: Moving from Out-of-Home Placements
to At-Home Treatment Supported by Wraparound Services”
Pascal Center for Performing Arts
Arnold, Md.
Web: www.aacc.edu

Jan. 14-15
African American Student
Leadership
11th Annual Conference
“A Call to Action! Bridging the Gap: Keeping the Civil Rights Legacy Alive”
Rust College
Holly Springs, Miss.
Phone: (662) 252-8000, ext. 4311
Web: www.naaslc.org

Jan. 24-28
Council for Higher Education
Accreditation (CHEA)
2005 Annual Conference
Phoenix
Phone: (202) 955-6126
E-mail: chea@chea.org
Web: www.chea.org

Jan. 26-29
90th Annual Meeting of the
Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U)
“Liberal Education and the New
Academy: Raising Expectations,
Keeping Promises”
San Francisco
Web: www.aacu-edu.org FEBRUARYFeb. 12-15
American Council on Education (ACE)
87th Annual Meeting
“Public Good and Private Benefit: What Is the Future of Social Impact”
Marriott Wardman Park Hotel
Washington, D.C.
Web: www.acenet.edu

Feb. 24-25
The 8th Annual Equity and Diversity Pre-Conference and Conference
“Developing Others to
Expand the Journey”
University of North Texas
Denton, Texas
Web: www.unt.edu/edo/diversity_
conference/2005.html

Feb. 24-27
Association for Gerontology
In Higher Education
31st Annual Meeting and Educational Leadership Conference
“Careers in Aging”
Renaissance Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City
Phone: (202) 289-9806
Fax: (202) 289-9824
Web: www.altrue.he.net/~aghe/site/aghewebsite/



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