The APLU Annual Meeting has become the premier event for public university leaders to meet and exchange ideas with colleagues from across the country and all of North America, learn about the latest challenges and opportunities facing public universities, and develop new ideas and initiatives to further strengthen our work. The APLU Annual Meeting provides great opportunities to strengthen your institution along with ample networking opportunities - learn about best practices and share your institution’s story.
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The APLU Annual Meeting, which drew more than 1,400 participants in 2014, is the premier public university event. At no other time are so many senior public higher education leaders gathered in such a collaborative environment.
The APLU Annual Meeting is the only opportunity during the year to reach senior higher education leaders gathered in this type of a collaborative environment. Among the public higher education leaders generally in attendance are:
Vice Presidents/Chancellors of Academic Affairs
Vice Presidents/Chancellors of Student Affairs
Vice Presidents/Vice Chancellors of Research
Deans of Graduate Education
Deans of Agriculture, Natural Resources, Human Sciences, and Extension
Directors of Cooperative Extension
Directors of Agricultural Experiment Stations
Senior Business Affairs Officers
Senior Government Affairs Officers
Senior Public Affairs Officers
Senior Development Officers
Association Presidents and Executive Directors
The Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) is a research, policy, and advocacy organization dedicated to strengthening and advancing the work of public universities in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.
With a membership of 238 public research universities, land-grant institutions, state university systems, and affiliated organizations, APLU's agenda is built on the three pillars of increasing degree completion and academic success, advancing scientific research, and expanding engagement. The association's work is furthered by an active and effective advocacy arm that works with Congress and the administration as well as the media to advance federal policies that strengthen public universities and benefit the students they serve.