AICUP Honors David L. Warren, Ph.D. for Distinguished Achievement

April 11, 2019

  Warren, Mistick and Foley
  David L. Warren, Ph.D. (left), accepted the Benjamin Franklin Medal for Distinguished Achievement from AICUP Board Chair Barbara Mistick, D.M., and President Thomas Foley, J.D.
The Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Pennsylvania’s (AICUPs) presented NAICU President David L. Warren, Ph.D. with its Benjamin Franklin Medal for Distinguished Achievement during the state association's 59th Annual Meeting at the Harrisburg Hilton & Towers, April 1, 2019.

“David Warren is one of the premier higher education analysts in the world," said Thomas Foley, J.D., president of AICUP.  "During his 25-year career as head of one of the largest education consortiums in the country, he has helped move the bar on affordability, transparency and access for hundreds of thousands of students literally from sea to shining sea.” 

Warren was selected to receive the award for his work representing private higher education both within Pennsylvania as well as on a national level. He has announced his retirement this summer after nearly 26 years as NAICU president.

Presenting the award to Warren were AICUP President Foley and Wilson College President and AICUP Board Chair Barbara Mistick, D.M.  Mistick has been appointed as the next president of NAICU effective September 1, 2019.

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