MI ACE Statement

stop aapi hate

As leaders, we have all been called to challenge ourselves and our thinking in the last year.  We must ask ourselves what type of anti-racist leader we will be.  While the disturbing instances of racism over the last year have shocked so many of us, your colleagues who are women of color were not shocked.  And, that is where our work must begin.  The outdated statement proclaiming that we are not racist is not enough.  We must all stand in solidarity, speak up and advocate for each other with anti-racism being the goal.  We must learn and educate ourselves, we must listen and humble ourselves to build more inclusive institutions and a more just world.

As the Voice for Women in Higher Education in Michigan, Michigan ACE has been a leader in supporting diversity in our organization while creating safe and inclusive spaces for all women.  We stand with our Asian and Pacific Islander Sisters!  And, we support all efforts to erase hate in this country.

What's Happening

2021 Annual Conference


June 14-15, 2021
Hosted by Madonna University

The annual conference has moved virtual for 2021!  MI-ACE remains committed to bringing you the professional networks recognition, skill development and support that have been so important to Michigan women in higher education each June.  Once again, the MI-ACE Conference will welcome educators from public and private colleges and universities, from faculty and administration, from urban and rural institutions.  No other conference offers the opportunity to approach the challenges of higher education from such a wide variety of perspectives in an atmosphere that is affirming and supportive. 

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