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21st Century Scholar is the newest undertaking by the Pullias Center for Higher Education at the University of Southern California Rossier School of Education to contribute to the conversation about the pressing issues facing education.

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The Centre for the Study of Higher Education (CSHE)
Located at the University of Melbourne, CSHE is the leading policy center in Australia and Asia. CSHE and the Pullias Center signed a Memorandum of  Understanding for the purpose of encouraging joint projects focusing on enhancing higher education.

The Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE)
Headquartered at Michigan State University, ASHE is a scholarly society with about 1,300 members dedicated to higher education as a field of study.

UEdge
The goal of UEdge is to assist students and the general public in the independent analysis of higher education issues and policy choices.

Duke Libraries Guide to Research: Citing Sources
A great reference for fast assistance with bibliographic formatting questions. The site offers easy access to information on APA, Chicago style, and MLA.

Lumina Foundation for Education
Lumina Foundation for Education is a private, independent foundation based in Indianapolis. Their program mission is to expand access and success in  postsecondary education. Through research, evaluation and grants for innovative programs, as well as communication, public policy and leadership-development initiatives, they address issues that affect access and educational attainment—particularly among underserved student groups, including adult learners.

The American Association of University Professors (AAUP)
The American Association of University Professors is a non-profit national organization whose purpose is to advance academic freedom and shared  governance, and to define professional values and standards for higher education. Membership is open to all faculty, librarians, and academic professionals at two- and four-year accredited public and private colleges and universities. Current membership is about 45,000, and represented in 39 state organizations.