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Hagenloh named American Council on Education Fellow
The American Council on Education (ACE) has announced that Paul Hagenloh, associate professor of history in the Maxwell School and chair of the Maxwell Program in Citizenship and Civic Engagement, has been named an ACE Fellow for the academic year 2015-16.
The prestigious ACE Fellows Program, established in 1965, is designed to strengthen institutions and leadership in American higher education by identifying and preparing emerging leaders for senior positions in college and university administration. Hagenloh is one of 47 Fellows selected this year following a rigorous application process.
Each ACE Fellow spends all or part of the academic year at a host institution, where he or she is mentored by the chancellor or president. Fellows also attend training events and retreats organized by ACE, participate in interactive learning opportunities and visit campuses across the United States and abroad—all in order to increase their understanding of the current and future challenges and opportunities for higher education. This intensive program enables participants to condense years of on-the-job experience and skills development into a single year.
Founded in 1918, ACE is the major coordinating body for all of the nation’s higher education institutions, representing more than 1,600 college and university presidents and more than 200 related associations nationwide. It provides leadership on key higher education issues and influences public policy through advocacy. For more information, visit http://www.acenet.edu.