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Here you will find examples of partnerships and collaborations that cross national borders and structures.
Here you will find materials that directors and institutions have created/used to assist them in their work to assess and demonstrate outcomes at the program level. Some speak to regional or national accreditation concerns while others refer to institutional assessment initiatives.
These materials showcase a wide range of concerns related to the day-to-day management of a program or center.
Whether you are seeking tenure or promotion or you are heading a committee, these resources can help you develop protocols or approaches.
Here you will find models for the following types of American Studies Programs: Minors, Concentrations, Bachelor, M.A., Ph.D.
These reflect programs of study at many different types of institutions in many countries.