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Institutional Representatives are the backbone of the Michigan ACE Women’s Network, providing information about the network to member campuses. Contact information, examples of campus projects and the duties of an IR are detailed on this page.
Member campuses report on activities that support the network’s mission in 2 documents:
Contact us if you would like to see prior year reports, email@example.com.
As an affiliate of the American Council on Education (ACE) Women’s Network, the Michigan ACE (MI-ACE) Women’s Network is committed to identifying, developing, encouraging, advancing, linking, and supporting women in higher education. Each member public, private, 2-year, and 4-year college or university in the state appoints one or two Institutional Representative(s) (IRs) who are responsible for these basic duties:
Serve as the institution’s official representative to the MI-ACE Women’s Network. At minimum:
Additional duties include:
Overall, responsibilities of the Institutional Representative may include, but are not limited to the following: