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June 7-11

THE ASPEN INSTITUTE

The Wye Deans' Seminar

Citizenship in the American and Global Polity

Aspen Institute-Wye River Campus | Queenstown, Maryland

www.aspeninstitute.org/seminars/wye-academic-programs/ wye-deans-seminar

June 9-13

ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES (AAC&U)

Institute on High-Impact Practices and Student Success

University of Wisconsin-Madison | Madison, Wisconsin

www.aacu.org/summerinstitutes/hips/2015

June 14-17

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF ENGINEERING EDUCATION (ASEE)

122nd ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition

Washington Convention Center | Seattle

www.asee.org/conferences-and-events/conferences/annualconference/2015

June 24-26

GRADUATE MANAGEMENT ADMISSION COUNCIL

45th Annual Conference

Sheraton Denver Downtown | Denver

www.gmac.com

June 26-28

LGBTQ PRESIDENTS IN HIGHER EDUCATION

LGBTQ Leaders in Higher Education: Shaping Our Futures

Adler University | Chicago

www.lgbtqpresidents.org/

June 28-July 1

AMERICAN SCHOOL COUNSELOR ASSOCIATION

Spice Up Your School Counseling Program

Sheraton Phoenix Downtown | Phoenix

www.schoolcounselor.org/school-counselors-members/ professional-development/upcoming-conference-dates

June 28-July 1

DISTANCE LEARNING ADMINISTRATION

2015 Conference

Jekyll Island Club Hotel | Jekyll Island, Georgia

www.westga.edu/~distance/dla/

June 29-July 1

THE COUNCIL OF INDEPENDENT COLLEGES

The College Media Conference

New Media, Innovative Strategies, Important Connections

Capital Hilton [ Washington, D.C.

www.cic.edu/meetings-and-events/Annual-Conferences/ CMC/2015

July

July 8-9

ONLINE LEARNING CONSORTIUM

12th Annual Online Learning Consortium Blended Learning Conference and Workshop

Sheraton Denver Downtown | Denver

http://olc. …

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