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Keynote Address: Civility Matters! Best Practices to Foster Healthy Academic Work Environments
Dr. Cynthia Clark

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Engaging Students Using Virtual Reality to Transform Learning
Dr. Kelly Rossler

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2019 Legal Workshop
Julie Miceli

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The Value of Mentoring for Early Career Faculty: Making Mentoring Work for You
Dr. Benita Chatmon

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Developing Your Personal Brand for Success in Research and Scholarship
Dr. Dawn Aycock

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Leadership Skills for Building a Sound Mentorship Program
Dr. Dora Bradley

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Social Media in Nursing Education: Reckless or Revolutionary
Dr. Kendra Barrier and Dr. Kelley Wilson

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Scholarship for Mid-Career Faculty
Dr. Denise Maguire

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Strengthening Leadership Skills: Moving a School/College of Nursing Toward a More Diverse and Equitable Climate
Dr. Jeannette Andrews and Dr. Coretta Jenerette

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What is the Academic Common Market?

  • The Academic Common Market is a tuition-savings program for college students in 15 SREB states, who want to pursue degrees that are not offered by their in-state institutions. Students can enroll in out-of-state institutions that offer their degree program and pay the institution’s in-state tuition rates. More than 1,900 undergraduate and graduate programs are available.
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The ACM program inventory includes programs that have already been approved for the Academic Common Market for your state.

Program offerings are subject to change without notice. Final decisions on program offerings are determined by state coordinators.

To determine if a particular program is offered in your home state, please visit your state’s higher education agency website by visiting our participating states page. 

Important Notice: As a result of the General Assembly of North Carolina’s Appropriations Act of 2011, North Carolina no longer participates in the Academic Common Market.

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Ansley Abraham
Director, SREB-State Doctoral Scholars Program

Ansley Abraham joined the Southern Regional Education Board in 1985 as a research associate and became the founding director of the State Doctoral Scholars Program in 1993. Under Ansley’s direction, the Doctoral Scholars Program has developed into a nationally recognized program for producing minority Ph.D.s who seek faculty careers. The program hosts the annual Institute on Teaching and Mentoring — the largest gathering of minority Ph.D.

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Postsecondary Trends Threaten Workforce Needs
Fact Book Documents Challenges to Education Attainment Goals

Undergraduate Enrollment by Race and Ethnicity, SREB Region. 2012: White 56% Black 23% Hispanic 15% All other 6%. 2017: White 52% Black 20% Hispanic 19% All other 9%.

Postsecondary attainment continues a slow climb in the South, according to the 2019 Fact Book on Higher Education.
 
Population and college enrollment trends are beginning to slow at a time when advancing technology and artificial intelligence are shifting the workplace to demand higher-level skills. And affordability remains a stubborn challenge to students and families and to states trying raise state education attainment levels to grow their economies.