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CHEA Board of Directors Meetings
May 1–2, 2000 • Washington, DC
September 25-26, 2000 • TBD
- CHEA Enhancing Usefulness Conference IV
June 22-23, 2000 • Washington, DC
- CHEA 2001 Annual Conference
Jan. 22-24, 2001 • New Orleans. LA
CHEA Committee Meetings
- CHEA Committee on Recognition
- March 27-28, 2000 • Washington, DC
Welcome to CHEA
Please welcome Debra Mauro, CHEA’s new Director of Operations. Debra joins us from Wright & Company where she served as vice president/controller.
Please also welcome Marilyn Butler-Norris, CHEA’s new Executive Secretary. Prior to coming to CHEA, Marilyn served as executive assistant, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
Internationalizing Quality Assurance in Higher Education. A CHEA Occasional Paper by John C. Petersen ($19.95).
Update on Distance Learning. A second update developed by the Institute for Higher Education Policy (no charge).
The 1999 CHEA Almanac. The first CHEA compendium of providers of exter-nal quality review and commentary on current quality review issues and challenges ($55). This 150-page publication includes:
Analysis of External Quality Review
- Emerging trends and challenges.
- Recognized accreditors.
- State quality review of higher ed.
- The federal role in quality review.
The Almanac Directories
- CHEA-participating organizations, U.S. Department of Education-recognized national, regional, specialized, and professional accrediting organizations.
- State Agencies—who to contact about state licensure and other state-related information.
- College Ranking Services.
For additional information, call (202) 955-6126. •