Skip to content

Transfer Success Improvement Community Workshop

College campus image of the open yard with a building and archway.

Washington, D.C. – As part of its national Power of Systems initiative, NASH hosted its first workshop for its NASH Improvement Community (NIC) focused on transfer success. Held in Washington, DC, the gathering included 11 campus teams from 4 systems from across the country with 43 total participants including leaders who specialize in transfer success.…

Read More

The Employment Sector That Led the Last Recovery Is At Major Risk

Five students with their hands stacked in the middle signifying a team.

By: Tony Frank, Chancellor, Colorado State University System Elected officials in our nation’s capital are deeply engaged in discussions around stimulus packages to restart our economy. And fortunately, some of the initial resources they provided ensured critical early support for students and institutions of higher education. These initial moves are greatly appreciated, but America’s colleges…

Read More

Scaling Instructional Excellence for Student Success

Students graduating are standing in a line to get their diplomas.

A NASH-ACUE Partnership Four University Systems to Scale Instructional Excellence to Advance Student Success Institutions across the California State University System, City University of New York, The Texas A&M System and the University of Missouri System will prepare and credential faculty in teaching practices proven to increase student achievement and close equity gaps Washington, DC…

Read More

NASH Newsletter – January 2020

NASH National Association of System Heads logo

WHAT MAKES HIGH-QUALITY HIPs AND WHO HAS ACCESS? PRELIMINARY FINDINGS FROM THE HIP QUALITY PROJECT By Jillian Kinzie and Alexander C. McCormick, Indiana University Center for Postsecondary Research and NSSE High-impact practices (HIPs) now represent a core feature of a high-quality undergraduate education. Thus, it is not surprising that so many NASH institutions have invested…

Read More

NASH System Leadership Academy 2020

NASH National Association of System Heads logo

NASH Leadership Academy 2020 The National Association of System Heads (NASH) Leadership Academy is designed to support systems in the development of high-performing teams that facilitate large-scale change, enhance campus and system performance, and scale best practices across multiple campuses.  In its fourth year, the academy will continue to focus on moving the student success…

Read More

NASH Newsletter – September 2019

NASH National Association of System Heads logo

HIGH IMPACT PRACTICES (HIPs) E-LEARNING MODULES A primary goal of the NASH Taking Students Success to Scale (TS3): High Impact Practices project is to provide mechanisms to identify and scale a set of complementary approaches to advance student learning and success, with particular focus on underrepresented minority and first-generation students.  A key component to the success of this…

Read More

NASH Newsletter – February 2019

NASH National Association of System Heads logo

NASH SYSTEM LEADERSHIP ACADEMY—2019 In its third year, the NASH Leadership Academy​ has brought together leaders from five systems and a selection of their campuses to discuss one of the highest priorities facing U.S. systems and campuses: improving student success. The Academy, held January 16-17, 2019, in Washington, DC, is designed to support systems in the development…

Read More

NASH Newsletter – September 2018

NASH National Association of System Heads logo

NASH SYSTEM LEADERSHIP ACADEMY—2019 The NASH Leadership Academy is designed to support systems in the development of high-performing teams that facilitate large-scale change, enhance campus and system performance, and scale best practices across multiple campuses. In its third year, the academy will continue to focus on moving the student success agenda forward. Leadership teams consist…

Read More