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University Innovation Alliance expands for the first time in six years as founding members exceed graduation targets by over 73,000 students
PORTLAND, OREGON — (June 7, 2021) — The University Innovation Alliance, a pioneering consortium of public research universities working to improve student success, announced
Portland, Ore. – September 25, 2017 – College completion data released today by the University Innovation Alliance (UIA) shows that the number of low-income graduates has increased by 24.7 percent among participating universities over the past three years, marking significant progress toward the Alliance’s goal of graduating an additional 68,000 undergraduates by 2025.
In this bracing seven minute talk, ASU President Michael Crow provides a sweeping view how higher education evolved in America, from the first wave of "colonial colleges" like Harvard, Princeton, Bowdoin all the way to the current and fifth wave in which "full immersion and digital immersion are possible, costs are constrained, and the scale is all scales from individual learner to massive groups of learners."
Launching the Next Wave in Higher Education with ASU President Michael Crow
PORTLAND, Ore. – March 3, 2016 – The University Innovation Alliance (UIA) today announced an additional $3.85 million in new funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Ford Foundation, and USA Funds to support its work to improve college completion rates.
“This additional support highlights the philanthropic community’s enthusiasm for effective collaboration among colleges and universities to share and scale student success innovation,” said UIA Vice Chair and Georgia State University President Mark Becker.
This year’s Hispanic Heritage Month marks the 25th anniversary of the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics. To celebrate, the White House has recognized institutions that serve as benchmark programs of innovation and effectiveness for increasing college participation and completion rates for Latina and Latino students. Take a look at the innovative programs four UIA universities are being recognized for—these could end up on other UIA campuses soon!
Since the launch of the University Innovation Alliance in September 2014, we’ve been busy embarking on the first phase of our journey towards increasing graduation rates among low-income students. As part of our commitment to graduate 68,000 additional students by 2025, UIA members will scale predictive analytics-based interventions that have been successful on three member campuses—Georgia State University, Arizona State University, and the University of Texas at Austin.