North American Center for Collaborative Development Announced at NALS
During the North American Leaders Summit, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, President Barack Obama and President Enrique Peña Nieto announced the creation of the North American Center for Collaborative Development (NACCD), a CONAHEC initiative, in collaboration with the three governments of North America.
CONAHEC's Faculty Mobility Program is designed for faculty / academic staff to teach and/or conduct research for a semester or academic year at a CONAHEC member institution in Mexico, United States, Canada, or at one of our Affiliate members outside North America, the program provides an opportunity for personal enrichment and professional development.
CONAHEC's Professional Experiences for Students
CONAHEC’s Service Learning Exchange Option (SLEO) is an opportunity for students to acquire international experience and awareness through experiential learning involving hands on projects within a local community partnership. Examples include a community service program in a rural community, an internship in a local newspaper, or participation on a multidisciplinary team conducting health education clinics in marginalized neighborhoods.
CONAHEC's Mobility Incubator Program
CONAHEC's Mobility Incubator Program is a new initiative which seeks to deepen interinstitutional relationships between our members and their international partners to through increased high-quality area specific interaction. The Incubator's goal is to produce opportunities for jointly administered projects, research, service learning and internships which have a mobility component for students, faculty, and/or administrators.
CONAHEC's Student Exchange Program
CONAHEC's Student Exchange Program is designed for both undergraduate and graduate students, including students at the doctoral level. The program covers all academic disciplines as well as options for students interested in academic coursework and on-the-job training and/or experiential education abroad.
CU-Boulder is a primary source of Colorado’s highly skilled workforce. Our community of more than 38,000 faculty, staff and students contributes over $2 billion each year in economic impact to the state of Colorado. CU-Boulder also engages Coloradans from across the state through a wide range of educational, cultural, research and outreach efforts. CU-Boulder's value comes from our students' ability to customize their education to fit their unique interests while getting hands-on experience in dozens of nationally-ranked academics programs. Graduates gain the promise of a strong and fulfilling career, the connection to a broad and supportive network of alumni and the pride in being part of one of the nation's top-ranked public universities. CU-Boulder offers a multitude of ways to engage, connect and belong on campus, from support and resources for students and parents, to year-round events and visitor attractions, to volunteerism and service opportunities, to the spirit and excitement of Colorado Buffaloes athletics.Set in one of the world's most inspiring and entrepreneurial learning environments, the University of Colorado Boulder enables each member of our community to reach their potential and to Be Boulder through an extraordinary range of challenging academic, research and service opportunities.
Texas State is the only university in Texas to have graduated a U.S. president: Lyndon B. Johnson, class of 1930.
The Center for the Study of the Southwest engages faculty and students in the richness and diversity of Texas, the Southwestern United States and Northern Mexico and examines the region’s people, institutions, history, art and physical and cultural ecology.
Texas State awards more bachelor's degrees to Hispanic students than 97 percent of public colleges and universities in the U.S.
La Universidad Westhill es miembro de la "American Association of Community Colleges" (AACC); nos encontramos en la base de datos del "Institute for International Medical Graduates" (IIME) y, somos la única Institución Latinoamericana del "European Council of International Schools" (ECIS).
Somos la única Universidad Latinoamericana que ofrece programas académicos acreditados por el "Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools" (ACICS).
La Universidad Westhill ofrece un alto nivel de enseñanza en un ambiente seguro y bicultural, brindando a los alumnos oportunidades para desarrollar habilidades que les permitan ser autodidactas y así poder ser parte de la comunidad global, logrando competencia académica y siendo ciudadanos comprometidos con México.
AASCU affirms its commitment to the following core values:
Access and Inclusion - Advocating for accessible, affordable, quality public higher education and supporting members’ historic mission of serving students who are non-traditional and represent diverse backgrounds.
Student-Focused - Committing to programs and policies that help our members place students at the heart of their institution.
Innovation - Strategies that help members think deeply and creatively about the nature of their work and that encourage institutional achievement.
Service - Responsive to our member institutions and the diverse students and communities they serve.
CSUMB was founded in 1994 with a student enrollment of 654 students. Classes began August 28, 1995.The founding president was Peter Plympton Smith. It was the 21st campus in the California State University System and took as its slogan "The 21st campus for the 21st century."The university offers 23 bachelor's degrees, 7 master's degrees, and teaching credentials.
CSUMB requires students to take three semesters of a foreign language. The goal is that all graduates can "communicate with culturally appropriate manners at an intermediate level" in a language other than English. Further, students must demonstrate a basic knowledge of cultural products, practices and perspectives of the target culture.
El Instituto de Bachillerato Tecnico Industrial cuenta con 1336 estudiantes, quienes ademas de la formacion academica impartida, cursan las especialidades tecnicas industriales en Mecatronica, Procesos Industriales, Diseno, Sistemas y Computacion.
The Autonomous University of Coahuila (Universidad Autónoma de Coahuila) is a state university that was founded in 1957. It has three campuses in the three most populated cities in the state of Coahuila, Mexico. It offers several undergraduate and graduate degrees that include biochemistry, education, human relations, law, research and upper level corporate management. As of 2015, the Autonomous University of Coahuila is home to over 30,000 students, with 29,157 undergraduates and 1,112 graduates.
Founded in 1856 in Durango, Durango, Mexico, Universidad Juarez del Estado de Durango began as an institution heavily influenced by a religious worldview, but also the spirit of critcal thinking brought about by the Jesuits in the area.
The university got its name from the famed Benito Juarez when he passed away in 1872.
UJED became a highly regarded research institute in 1970 and has since strived to increase its role in improving society in Durango and Mexico as a whole.
Leadership: Hector Hugo Gutiérrez de Alba, President of the Board of Directors of Xochicalco University
Universidad Xochicalco (Xochicalco University), founded in 1979, has grown and is now made up by three campuses in the state of Baja California, Mexico. The three campuses are located in the cities of Ensenada, Mexicali, and Tijuana.
The University, in 2014, counted with: 2,007 students, 458 professors, 136 staff members, and 52 directors including the rector.
Universidad Xochicalco offers both undergraduate programs and graduate programs. Some of the undergraduate programs offered are: Administration, Architecture, Educational Science, International Commerce, Communication and Public Relations, Criminology, Law, Integrative Design, Pre-Med, Medicine, Marketing, Nutrition, Optometry, and Psychology. While some of the graduate programs include: Sustainable Architecture, Criminal Sciences, Law, Development of Community Projects, Multimedia Design, Teaching, Special Education, Marketing, Psychotherapy and Cognitive, Public Health, and Education.
The students practice a humanistic and innovative model of education, with the mission of giving back to the community as a professional society. This mission is delivered through the updated education programs, academic support, research, and an appropriate administration and infrastructure.
Among the top 100 universities 2014/2015 QS World University Rankings
World ranking: 786/1000
1,115 SNI Members
The Institute is organized around 98 academic units including 18 vocational high schools, 26 university colleges, 20 scientific and technical research centers, 17 continuing education centers, 4 units for educational support, 3 support units for educational innovation, 8 support units for research, development and technological and enterprise foment, and 2 units affiliated to science, enterprise research and development.
These schools are located primarily in Mexico City, although several extension and research facilities are distributed over 22 different states.
Licenciaturas: 23; Administración , Gestión de Tecnologías de la Información , Administración de Agronegocios , Recursos Naturales, Desarrollo Organizacional y Gestión , Economía y Finanzas , Educación , Logística y Sistemas de Calidad , Incubación de Empresas y de aceleración , la Administración de la Construcción, Sistemas de Producción , Administración de Tecnología Eléctrica
The Alamo Colleges' District Support Operations (DSO) has been honored with the 2016 Texas Award for Performance Excellence (TAPE) from the Quality Texas Foundation, which recognizes organizational effectiveness and sustainability. The honor singles out the Alamo Colleges as a state role model for achieving sustained performance excellence.
The Alamo Colleges has earned recognition from the National Weather Service as a StormReady® site. The StormReady® program helps community leaders and residents better prepare for hazardous weather and flooding. StormReady® sites have made a strong commitment to implement the infrastructure and systems needed to save lives and protect property when severe weather strikes.
For the third time in five years, the Alamo Colleges has been chosen by the Community College Futures Assembly (CCFA) to receive the national Bellwether Award, which recognizes outstanding and innovative programs in community college education.
Leadership: Institutional Representative: Geraldine de Berly, PhD
The Graduate School offers over 200 degree programs among its 10 schools and colleges and awards approximately 1,600 Master's degrees each year. Since its founding in 1870, the Graduate School has been a leader in quality graduate education among its peers in higher education.
With programs in Canada, Mexico, Slovakia, Greece, the Czech Republic, China and the United States, CityU is truly a global innovator in education. As part of its mission CityU builds stronger communities worldwide through educational programs and partnerships.
Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara was founded in 1935 as the first private university in Mexico. The UAG is a comprehensive, coeducational, nondenominational and nonprofit organization. It is independent, autonomous, and it is not affiliated with or dependent on any government, church or political party. UAG has a population of 15,560 undergraduate students and 2,251 graduate students. The UAG School of Medicine is regarded by many as one of the most efficient and well-organized medical schools in Latin America. With more than 1,200 international students, the UAG International Medicine Program is the largest of its kind in Mexico. More than 15,000 alumni from the United States, Puerto Rico and Latin America who have attended our school make a significant contribution to the development of their communities.
Leadership: Allan Cahoon, President of Royal Roads University.
Royal Roads University is a public university founded in 1995. The University is accredited by British Columbia's Education Quality Assurance.
It's location is a breathtaking National Historic Site.
Royal Roads University follow a cohort models that focuses on group based course work. This leads to support and positive relationships with groups in the present and future of the students. The University counts with an enrollment of 2,500 students.
Founded: 1891 by four Lutheran pastors (originally called Lenoir College.)
Affiliation: Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
Location: Main campus located in Hickory, North Carolina. Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Hickory has a population of about 40,000. Charlotte, Asheville, and Greensboro are within easy reach.
College to University: In 2008, following a vote of the Board of Trustees, Lenoir-Rhyne University was officially created.