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Term Ending 2014

Susan Albertine

Susan Albertine, Association of American Colleges and Universities

Susan Albertine is vice president of the Office of Engagement, Inclusion, and Success at AAC&U. She provides leadership for the overall program of LEAP partner state initiatives, programs and activities related to college readiness and student success, and the Making Excellence Inclusive initiative, in addition to serving as a liaison to project contacts in the field. She received her BA in English from Cornell University, her MA in English from SUNY Cortland, and her PhD in English from the University of Chicago. Prior to her appointment at AAC&U, Albertine was dean of the School of Culture and Society and professor of English at the College of New Jersey, vice provost for undergraduate studies at Temple University, assistant to the provost at the University of Pennsylvania, and has held faculty positions at several four-year institutions. Her scholarship in American literature of the late 19th century led to research and an array of publications on women’s work in print culture and on businesswomen’s careers (in fiction and history) during the industrialization of the United States. Albertine has been nationally active to advance preschool through college alignment, working with the Education Trust and the American Diploma Project. Her board service has included the Camden Academy Charter High School in Camden, New Jersey; the Advisory Board for the Delaware Study of Instructional Costs and Productivity - Faculty Study, University of Delaware; the Art Sanctuary, an African American arts and letters organization based in Philadelphia; the Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences.

 

 

 

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