Michigan ACE Women’s Network Scholarship Application
The Michigan ACE Women’s Network, a chapter of the American Council on Education, has application materials available for scholarships to be awarded to qualified women faculty members and administrators who wish to pursue senior leadership positions in colleges and universities.
These scholarships are to be used to attend Regional Summits, sponsored by ACE. The applicants must have the support of their college/university deans, provosts or presidents to attend their chosen Summit. Please note that the college/university where the applicant is employed must be a member of the MI-ACE. Click here for a list of member institutions.
The applicant must demonstrate previous leadership in higher education, and have already established future educational leadership goals. The applicant, if selected for a scholarship, also must agree to prepare and present an information session about their experience at the MI-ACE Annual Conference in June.
Midwest Regional Summit: ACE Regional Summits bring together small groups of senior higher education leaders to facilitate deep conversations and devise solutions for the most pressing and strategic issues on your campus. This year’s event will be in June. Click MIACE-Forum-Scholarship-Application for a downloadable form. The application is due six/eight weeks before the Summit so that the selection process can take place and allow the recipient to make travel arrangements. The 2019 Summit will be held in June. Click here for information about all Regional Summits around the country and to see specific information regarding the Midwest event.
Applications should be submitted to: Martha Grier, co-chair of the Professional Development Committee, firstname.lastname@example.org.
ACE Annual Meeting: Although the MI-ACE Women’s Network will not be providing scholarships for the ACE National Conference, information regarding the event is provided here for your reference. ACE’s Annual Meeting is the country’s most distinguished higher education event, attracting nearly 2,000 presidents, senior executives, and other higher education leaders from all institutional types to explore fresh perspectives for practical solutions on campus, network with top leaders across all higher education sectors, and bring data-driven insights back to campus. Click here for more information. The 2019 annual meeting is in March.