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Press Release: ACPA Renames Professional Development Event to the Paul Shang Institute for Aspiring SSAOs

ACPA

Dr. Paul Shang was the sixty-third ACPA President from 2002-2003 and the first and only Asian American member to have served in this role to date. After serving as ACPA President in 2002-2003, Shang continued to lead in ACPA as a member of the International Books and Media Board.

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Does It Matter if Our Universities Look Like America?

The Chronicle of Higher Education

A key player in the 2003 'Grutter' case takes stock of Monday's Supreme Court arguments. A key player in the 2003 "Grutter" case takes stock of Monday's Supreme Court arguments. By Marvin Krislov. Jacquelyn Martin, AP.

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Alabama’s Coach Saban Retires with Historic Seven National Titles

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Saban led LSU to SEC championships in 2001 and 2003, when he won his first national title. Saban is credited with restoring the Crimson Tide football program once ruled by Paul “Bear” Bryant to the top of NCAA football after taking over in 2007. 1 Georgia in the 2023 SEC Championship game.

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Brown plans to become need-blind for international undergraduate students in next admissions cycle

University Business

Brown has sustained a need-blind admission policy for domestic undergraduates since 2003, eliminating from the admission process the consideration of each applicant’s ability to pay tuition.

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NBA Hall of Famer Dwyane Wade Gifts $3M for Literacy, Scholarships

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Wade, who in 2003 led Marquette to the Final Four, is committing a portion of his gift to a future project to expand the university’s Athletic and Human Performance Research Center, which will include a new practice facility for the men’s basketball program. My hope is to continue to transform lives through higher education.”

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Former Governor Joins Alma Mater's Law School Faculty

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Kennedy Profile in Courage Award in 2003. While serving as governor, Beasley advocated for the removal of the Confederate flag from the State House dome. His efforts earned him the John F.

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Women’s Wrestling Aims At 2026 NCAA Championship Status

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

It would join rowing (1996), ice hockey (2000), water polo (2000), bowling (2003) and beach volleyball (2015).

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