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ACHE Great Plains 2014 Spring Conference

March 6 & 7, 2014
University of Oklahoma Outreach
Norman, Oklahoma

Lessons Learned: Exemplary Work in Adult & Continuing Education
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John F. EbersoleKeynote Speaker John F. Ebersole

Competency-Based Education and the Future of Continuing Education
John F. Ebersole, LPD, is president of Excelsior College in Albany, N.Y., one of the oldest accredited, private, nonprofit distance education institutions in the country. In his 25 year career in higher education, Dr. Ebersole's personal experience as a post-traditional student has informed his approach to adult education.

Ebersole has held teaching and management positions at John F. Kennedy University and Boston University as well as management positions at the University of California - Berkeley and Colorado State University. He developed the "Berkeley Worldwide" international education program; the Colorado State University "CSUN" Network for Learning ; and Boston University's "BU Global."
A retired Coast Guard commander and Vietnam veteran, Ebersole began his college education while in the military. In addition to being a graduate of the Naval War College, he earned a doctorate in law and policy from Northeastern University; an EdS from The George Washington University; and master's degrees in both business and public administration from John F. Kennedy University. He has served as a senior fellow at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government, where he conducted research into innovation in higher education.
Previously chair of the American Council on Education's Commission of Lifelong Learning, he continues to serve as a member. He is a former member of the board of directors of the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities (New York).

A former president of the University Professional and Continuing Education Association, Ebersole is co-author (with William Patrick) of Courageous Learning: Finding A New Path Through Higher Education (Hudson Whitman Press, 2011).


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