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CHEA 2000 Enhancing Usefulness Conference IV

CHEA's 4th Enhancing Usefulness Conference, Sharing Responsibility for Quality: Institutions, Programs and Accreditors,brought together more than 120 college and university presidents, senior administrators and representatives of accrediting organizations to examine the accreditation process and quality assurance issues.

The two-day meeting opened with Senator Robert Kerrey addressing quality assurance expectations of public officials and opinion leaders. Additional sessions included "Distance Learning and Specialized Accreditation: What You Don't Know CAN Hurt You," and "What Do Presidents, Chief Academic Officers and Accreditors Really Want from Quality Review?".

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Charles Cook, Director, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education, New England Association of Schools and Colleges of Higher Education. Malvin A. Williams, Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, Alcorn State University.
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Marianne Phelps, Special Assistant, United States Department of Education. Carl Monk, Executive Director, Association of American Law Schools.
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Judith Watkins, CHEA Vice President for Accreditation Services and conference attendees Mamoru Tashiro (left) and Sanae Maeda from Japan. Alfredo G. de los Santos Jr., Research Professor, Arizona State University.
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Anne McGrath, Managing Editor, America's Best Colleges, U.S. News & World Report and CHEA President Judith Eaton.



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