Conferences for Faculty & Staff

Our updated list highlights the many opportunities for faculty and staff to participate in regional or national forums on topics ranging from discipline-specific areas, technology, career tech education, to STEM and General Education.

The list provided here is just a glimpse of the range of events that may be of interest to our faculty and staff.


OFF-SITE CONFERENCES FOR FACULTY & STAFF

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SEPTEMBER 2016

September 18-21, 2016
24th Annual Administrative Professionals Conference 2016
Chicago, IL
http://www.apcevent.com
You will thrive in the atmosphere of professionalism and learning that the Conference provides as you join hundreds of other multi-talented assistants at every stage in their careers. More than 75 learning sessions are presented by professional trainers, and your registration includes most meals, networking events, Conference materials, and inspirational keynotes. No other training event for Administrative Professionals delivers the value of the APC.

September 25-27, 2016
CUPA-HR Annual Conference & Expo 2016
Washington, DC
http://www.cupahr.org/corporate/annual-conference.aspx/
At the annual conference, choose sessions from a variety of topics such the ACA, diversity and inclusion, conflict management, faculty issues and more. The annual conference is the place where higher ed HR professionals find support from their peers.

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OCTOBER 2016

October 5-7, 2016
Conference for Community College Advancement 2016
Anaheim, CA
http://www.case.org/CCCA16_Home.html
Every day, on campuses big and small, community college advancement professionals provide the spark that attracts students to life-changing educational opportunities, engages former students in meaningful activities, and inspires donors to support your college’s important work. You do it with limited resources while wearing many hats. That’s why we have expanded the Conference for Community College Advancement—offering more sessions on alumni relations, fundraising and marketing/ communications than ever before. Plus, we’ll have special sessions for presidents, board members and new “leadership challenge” conversations aimed at senior-level advancement professionals.

October 6-8, 2016
Global Learning and the College Curriculum:
Nurturing Student Efficacy in a Global World
Denver, CO
http://www.aacu.org/meetings/global/16
As more colleges and universities integrate the language of global learning into campus mission statements and strategic plans, the prominence and profile of global learning continues to rise. Institutional cases for offering global learning across all disciplines and majors have been made. Global learning ensures that students draw from scholarship generated across the globe to solve problems that exist both at home and abroad. In order to truly provide integrated global learning opportunities for all students, it is essential to understand what global learning means in diverse contexts on our campuses, in our nation, and throughout the world and to offer multiple opportunities for global learning across the curriculum and co-curricular activities both on and off campus.

October 8-10, 2016
30th Annual Conference: 30 Years of Championing Hispanic Higher Education Success
San Antonio, TX
http://www.hacu.net/hacu/HACU_Events.asp
HACU’s Annual Conference provides a unique forum for the sharing of information and ideas for the best and most promising practices in the education of Hispanics. The conference goals are to: showcase successful, effective, and exemplary programs and initiatives of HACU member institutions; promote and expand partnerships and strategic alliances for collaboration between HACU member institutions and public-and private-sector organizations; foster and identify graduate education opportunities for Hispanic students and graduates, and much more!

October 10-13, 2016
The Revolutionary Assistant,
2016 Conference for Executive and Administrative Assistants
Las Vegas, NV
http://officedynamicsconference.com/about/event_theme/
Today’s administrative professionals bear little resemblance to those of a decade ago, or even a year. Our profession, and indeed the entire working world, is evolving at the speed of light. With each passing day, new technologies emerge, forcing us to adapt at a nearly inhuman pace. The workplace is more complex and dynamic than ever before. We’re experiencing a brand new era of innovation, creativity, connectivity, and discovery. As a result, the administrative profession itself is entering a crucial, pivotal moment. We can no longer look to the past as a roadmap for the future. In this uncharted territory, we must forge a new path. Assistants who remain stagnant in this accelerated environment will inevitably get left behind. Those who strive to merely “keep up” will struggle to ever get ahead.

October 16-18, 2016
NACEP National Conference
Louisville, KY
http://www.nacep.org/nationalconference/
NACEP’s National Conference is the premier destination for concurrent and dual enrollment practitioners, college officials and faculty, district and high school administrators, instructors and counselors, policymakers, and researchers interested in building and sustaining programs that allow students to earn college credit while in high school.

October 20-22, 2016
Lilly Conference Series on College and University Teaching and Learning
Traverse City, MI
http://www.lillyconferences-mi.com/
For 36 years, Lilly Conferences have provided opportunities for the presentation of the scholarship of teaching and learning. Conference participants are made up of faculty and administrators at various stages in their academic careers that come from across the United States, representing nearly every discipline found in higher education. The conference maintains the same overall theme for each event: “Evidence-Based Teaching and Learning.” Tracks and subthemes vary by conference and by year. We always offer a variety of sessions so that participants can match their learning preference to the presentations formats: 100-minute workshops, 60-minute sessions, 40-minute presentations, 20-minute discussions, traditional plenary addresses, round table discussions, and poster sessions. Conference presentations are selected through a blind peer-review process.

October 25-26, 2016
Leadership Academy for Department Chairs
National Center for Higher Education
Washington, DC
http://www.acenet.edu/leadership/programs/Pages/Leadership-Academy-for-Dept-Chairs.aspx
This 2-day workshop is conducted three times during the year: January, July, and October. It focuses on the chair, not only as a unit leader, but also as an academic leader in service to the institution and its mission. Academy participants will engage in case studies, table-top discussions, problem-solving exercises, role play exercises, and simulations on key leadership issues, department success, and contribution to the larger mission of the institution. On the day prior to the workshop, there is a pre-conference registration and an optional evening reception.

October 27-30, 2016
Association for Experiential Education 44th Annual International Conference
Minneapolis, MN
http://www.aee.org/international-conference
At AEE, the aim is to inspire collaboration among individuals with different backgrounds and perspectives, connect experiential education professionals around the world and build your professional knowledge and competency. With more than 700 practitioners, teachers, therapists, facilitators, trainers, students and administrators in attendance, the AEE International Conference is your #1 opportunity to connect, share and grow.

October 25-28, 2016
EDUCAUSE 2016 Annual Conference
Anaheim, CA
http://www.educause.edu/annual-conference
The EDUCAUSE Annual Conference is the premier convening of IT professionals and technology providers across the diverse higher education landscape. The conference creates networking opportunities for colleagues to share ideas regarding strategies, leading change, effective processes, what’s working, and sometimes—more importantly—what isn’t.

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NOVEMBER 2016

November 3-5, 2016
2016 Transforming Undergraduate STEM Education:
Implications for 21st-Century Society
Boston, Massachusetts
https://www.aacu.org/meetings/stem/16
AAC&U and Project Kaleidoscope invite you to join with colleagues to share and examine evidence-based models, practices, and strategies to provide high-quality undergraduate STEM teaching and learning and increase the number of students majoring, completing baccalaureate degrees, and pursuing careers in STEM fields. This year’s conference will deepen our understanding of “what works” in STEM higher education reform and provide attendees with the opportunity to rethink curricular designs and teaching approaches in ways that will maximize learning.  

November 6-9, 2016
2016 AACRAO Strategic Enrollment Management Conference
San Antonio, Texas
http://www.aacrao.org/professional-development/meetings/current-meetings/2016-aacrao-strategic-enrollment-management-conference
AACRAO was at the forefront of the profession when it held its first SEM Conference in 1990, There, AACRAO established the term Strategic Enrollment Management and solidified the association’s leadership role in providing training, networking, and guidelines for enrollment management practitioners. More than 25 years later, the conference continues to evolve to meet the changing needs of SEM professionals, as well as the students and institutions they serve.

November 6-9, 2016
6th Annual STEMtech Conference
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
https://www.league.org/st2016
The League’s STEMtech Conference brings you the best of STEM, analytics, big data, advanced technology, and learning management architecture. Join colleagues at this international convening to share and explore research, best practices, and new ideas.

November 7, 2016
The Administrative Assistants Conference
Lansing, Michigan
http://www.skillpath.com/index.cfm/training/seminar/topic/Administrative-Assistants-Conference
Boost your communication skills, your productivity, your professional development and your satisfaction! In this era of dramatic change in the business world, assistants have never been more challenged … more stretched … than they are today. You’re expected to do whatever it takes to keep the “train moving” amidst the confusion brought on by re-engineering, restructuring, new technology—whatever changes you’re up against. In this valuable conference, you’ll learn new, practical skills that will enable you to manage your job and your career with new professionalism, new authority and new success.

November 9-11, 2016
2016 International Conference: “Partners in Progress: Unite to Educate America’s Workforce” Council for Adult and Experiential Learning
Baltimore, Maryland
http://www.cael.org/events/cael-international-conference
This year’s theme: “Partners in Progress: Unite to Educate America’s Workforce”, examines partnerships between universities and colleges, corporations, government, non-profit organizations, and workforce developers. You’ll learn how we can work together to help adults thrive in both their educational aspirations and flourish in their careers. The conference will be held November 9-11, 2016 at the Palmer House Hilton. The annual conference brings together over 500 participants to learn, network, and work together to make lifelong learning accessible to adults around the world. Attendees include college faculty and administrators, HR professionals, workforce developers and representatives from labor and government.

November 17-20, 2016
Faces of Advocacy: 2016 NCTE Annual Convention
Atlanta, Georgia
http://www.ncte.org/annual
This November, Atlanta, Georgia, will be home to more than 6,000 dynamic authors, advocates, and literacy educators from across the country. Join NCTE for an unforgettable learning experience and leave with the tools and motivation you need to inspire change.

November 30-December 3, 2016
ACTE’s CareerTech Vision 2016 Conference
Las Vegas, Nevada
http://www.careertechvision.com/
Connect with thousands of CTE professionals, industry providers and business leaders in one vibrant setting. Experience four days of meaningful professional development, inspiring keynote speakers and 300+ concurrent CTE sessions covering the spectrum of secondary and postsecondary CTE programming. CareerTech Expo & Career Pavilion are the places to network with business representatives showcasing CTE products and services and companies representing multiple employment sectors and CTE career pathways. The STEM is CTE Symposium is our first-ever event that addresses STEM-related career paths through CTE programming for all students and especially young women.

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DECEMBER 2016

December 15, 2016
The Administrative Assistants Conference
Toledo, Ohio
http://www.skillpath.com/index.cfm/training/seminar/topic/Administrative-Assistants-Conference
Boost your communication skills, your productivity, your professional development and your satisfaction! In this era of dramatic change in the business world, assistants have never been more challenged … more stretched … than they are today. You’re expected to do whatever it takes to keep the “train moving” amidst the confusion brought on by re-engineering, restructuring, new technology—whatever changes you’re up against. In this valuable conference, you’ll learn new, practical skills that will enable you to manage your job and your career with new professionalism, new authority and new success.

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JANUARY 2017

January 17, 2017
The Administrative Assistants Conference
Cleveland, Ohio
http://www.skillpath.com/index.cfm/training/seminar/topic/Administrative-Assistants-Conference
Boost your communication skills, your productivity, your professional development and your satisfaction! In this era of dramatic change in the business world, assistants have never been more challenged … more stretched … than they are today. You’re expected to do whatever it takes to keep the “train moving” amidst the confusion brought on by re-engineering, restructuring, new technology—whatever changes you’re up against. In this valuable conference, you’ll learn new, practical skills that will enable you to manage your job and your career with new professionalism, new authority and new success.

January 25-28, 2017
2017 Annual Meeting: Building Public Trust in the Promise of 
Liberal Education and Inclusive Excellence
San Francisco, California
http://www.aacu.org/meetings/annualmeeting/am17
The AAC&U 2017 Annual Meeting will respond to the urgent need—expressed by educators from campuses across the country—for more effective approaches to restoring public trust in higher education and improving public understanding of how liberal education and inclusive excellence are valuable “public” and “private” goods.  Rebuilding the public’s trust in higher and liberal education requires educators and leaders from across sectors to paint a more compelling and vivid picture of how colleges and universities are improving student learning and reinventing liberal education to serve today’s students and to solve today’s challenges.


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FEBRUARY 2017

February 23-25, 2017
2017 General Education and Assessment: Design Thinking for Student Learning
Phoenix, Arizona
http://www.aacu.org/meetings/generaleducation/gened2017
General education sits at the intersection of an array of demands facing higher education—demands for more intentionally scaffolded, integrated, and engaged approaches to teaching and learning; more campus-community partnerships; more mentoring and advising; more multimodal learning experiences; and, above all, more meaningful assessment of student learning across these efforts. “General Education and Assessment: Design Thinking for Student Learning” will focus on how educators throughout all sectors of higher education can address these and other issues by designing, implementing, and evaluating high-quality general education pathways that are effective for all students—especially those from traditionally underserved groups. Conference participants will examine how faculty members and all campus educators are being supported and rewarded for innovative work and leadership in designing new approaches to teaching and learning that prepare today’s students to be active participants in our nation’s democracy and to succeed in an ever-changing global society.

February 16-19, 2017
2017 IMPACT Conference
St. Louis, Missouri
http://www.impactconference.org/join-us-in-st-louis-for-the-2017-impact-conference/
The IMPACT Conference is historically the largest national gathering of student leaders, administrators, faculty, and nonprofit staff committed to engaging students in service, activism, politics, advocacy, and other socially responsible work. This event continues and builds on the legacy of the COOL National Conference and the Idealist Campus Conference, spanning an incredible 32+ year history.

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MARCH 2017

March 5-7, 2017
SCUP 2017 North Atlantic Regional Conference
Worcester, Massachusetts
http://www.scup.org/page/regions/na/2017
This year’s SCUP 2017 North Atlantic Regional Conference is at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. As a member of the Higher Education Consortium of Central Massachusetts (HECCMA), WPI joins with Anna Maria College, Assumption College, Becker College, Clark University, College of the Holy Cross, MCPHS University, Quinsigamond Community College, Worcester State University, Tufts University Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine and UMass Medical School to offer a diverse set of courses in many academic disciplines, adding to the rich cultural fabric of Worcester and Central Massachusetts. From humanities offerings such as languages, history, and literature, to arts programs such as music performance, visual art, and theatre, to engineering, math, veterinary, medicine, and sciences courses; the HECCMA community has many opportunities to explore and learn in our academically engaging region of “Eds & Meds.”

March 11-14, 2017
American Council on Education 2017 99th Annual Meeting
Washington, DC
http://www.aceannualmeeting.org/
ACE2017, the American Council on Education’s 99th Annual Meeting, is the country’s most distinguished higher education event, convening nearly 2,000 leaders from deans to presidents from all institutional types. Join us March 11-14 in Washington, DC, to generate fresh perspectives for practical leadership solutions, network with top leaders across all higher education sectors, and bring data-driven insights back to your campus.

March 11-15, 2017
2017 NASPA Annual Conference
San Antonio, Texas
http://conference2017.naspa.org/program
The 2017 NASPA Annual Conference is a four-day gathering of student affairs professionals who come together to learn, grow, and be inspired.

March 12-15, 2017
League for Innovation in the Community College
19th Annual Innovations Conference
San Francisco, California
https://www.league.org/inn2017
Innovations 2017 is the premier event for professionals dedicated to improving organizational teaching and learning, and discovering new approaches for enhancing the community college experience. This international conference provides a forum for collaboration among academic experts and leading community college professionals, while granting participants exclusive access to the most inventive and thought-provoking programs from around the world.

March 13-14, 2017
EDUCAUSE Connect
Portland, Oregon
http://www.educause.edu/events/educause-connect-portland-2017
EDUCAUSE Connect creates highly interactive, action-driven professional development experience focused on finding workable solutions, connecting people’s experiences, building professional networks, and growing individual and collective understanding of higher education IT issues. Connects are events for anyone who wants to move ideas, understanding, and the profession forward. Themes include: Enterprise Service Delivery, Leveraging Technology and Data, Partnerships and Collaborations, and Staffing and Talent Development.

March 16-18, 2017
2017 Diversity, Learning, and Student Success
Jacksonville, Florida
http://www.aacu.org/meetings/dlss/2017
AAC&U’s 2017 Diversity, Learning, and Student Success: Voices Leading Change conference will engage participants in exploring how the individual and collective voices of students, faculty, staff, and community partners can be catalysts for transformative campus and social change. Affirming that people will be the drivers of the institutional and structural transformation needed to support the success of today’s postsecondary students and prepare these students for unscripted challenges, the conference will invite attendees to explore strategies for leading inclusive campus dialogues and strategic visioning that value and embrace diversity of thought, identity, and beliefs. Participants will examine diversity and equity as core values of an educated citizenry, and as critical components of a shared and socially responsible learning environment that promotes student success and engagement.

March 23-25, 2017
ANTSHE Conference 2017
Kennesaw State University, Georgia
http://www.myantshe.org/2017Conference
The ANTSHE Conference 2017 Kennesaw will be a celebration of ANTSHE’s 20 Years of providing support, resources, and scholarships to non-traditional students across the United States. Join us for three amazing days of engaging sessions, intense networking, and celebration. Collaborate with leaders of adult learner programs and organizations whose focus is adult learner success, and get exposure to innovative ideas and leadership to help you and/or your adult learner program be successful. The ANTSHE Conference 2017 Kennesaw will take place at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia.

March 26-29, 2017
American College Personnel Association Annual Convention
Columbus, Ohio
http://convention.myacpa.org/columbus2017/
With an all-encompassing vision, the ACPA sees the potential of the students we serve, the work that we do, our peers and colleagues, higher education as a whole, ACPA, and the world. The belief in potential motivates us to do our work, to engage in deep learning, to continue intentional dialogue around substantial issues in the field. ACPA17 will strive to compile the collective knowledge of our students, members, and participants to tackle major issues in higher education, and then continue to do the hard work to make positive and sustainable change.

March 27-29, 2017
Carnegie Foundation Summit on Improvement in Education
San Francisco, CA
http://www.carnegiefoundation.org/get-involved/events/summit-improvement-education/
2017 marks the fourth annual Carnegie Foundation Summit on Improvement in Education. This three-day event draws more than a thousand of the best minds on the vanguard of improving education by applying innovative approaches to research and development carried out in networks to address real problems of practice. Make connections and join the largest — and growing — community of educators, researchers, innovators, and policymakers dedicated to challenging the status quo and changing how the education field learns to improve.

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APRIL 2017

April 2-5, 2017
AACRAO’s 103rd Annual Meeting
Minneapolis, Minnesota
http://www.aacrao.org/professional-development/meetings/current-meetings/2017-aacrao-annual-meeting
AACRAO’s professional development program goes beyond training courses for basic skills and knowledge. Our program anticipates both short and long term development needs, including experiences to advance professional standing, contribute to leadership skills, and expand an essential professional network. This event serves as the annual meeting covering topics of importance to college leadership.

April 5-7, 2017
OLC Innovate 2017 – Innovations in Blended and Online Learning
New Orleans, Louisiana
http://onlinelearningconsortium.org/olc-innovate/
Advancing education innovation with continuous visionary leadership from all disciplines, we will challenge our teaching and learning paradigms, reimagine the learning experience, and ideate on how disruptions in education today will shape the innovative classroom of tomorrow.

April 10-11, 2017
EDUCAUSE Connect: Chicago
Chicago, Illinois
http://www.educause.edu/events/educause-connect-chicago-2017
EDUCAUSE Connect creates highly interactive, action-driven professional development experience focused on finding workable solutions, connecting people’s experiences, building professional networks, and growing individual and collective understanding of higher education IT issues. Connects are events for anyone who wants to move ideas, understanding, and the profession forward. Themes include: Enterprise Service Delivery, Leveraging Technology and Data, Partnerships and Collaborations, and Staffing and Talent Development.

April 22-25, 2017
97th AACC Annual Convention
New Orleans, Louisiana
http://www.aacc.nche.edu/newsevents/Events/convention2/Pages/default.aspx
The AACC annual meeting is among the largest and most dynamic gatherings of educational leaders, attracting over 2,000 community college presidents and senior administrators, as well as international educators, representatives of business/industry, and federal agencies. COMMUNITY COLLEGES: AMERICA’S NORTH STAR: In an ever changing world, community colleges are constant and dependable, responding to the needs of the nation’s citizenry, and the changing economy. For this reason, we selected “Community Colleges: America’s North Star” as the theme of the 2017 Annual Convention. In spite of the changing politics of the country, community colleges will always remain that fixed point by which people can set their compasses to navigate change successfully.

April 27-May 1, 2017
2017 AERA Annual Meeting – “Knowledge to Action: Achieving the Promise of Equal Educational Opportunity”
San Antonio, Texas
http://www.aera.net/EventsMeetings/AnnualMeeting
Contemporary research discussions regarding educational opportunity bear a familiar ring to those of past decades. They affirm the importance of equal opportunity while highlighting the significance of empirically rigorous research for improving opportunity and access. As a result, they have reignited research and policy debates, dating back more than 60 years (Clark and Clark, 1947, and the Coleman Report, 1966), about segregation and civil rights in the U.S. There is little dispute that considerable change has occurred in legal and institutional mandates as well as social practices that served as barriers to equal opportunity. However, a series of recent research articles, book volumes, and national initiatives have re-examined this change by focusing on the tensions between opportunity and outcomes in relation to several factors, among them, educational attainment, academic achievement, and college enrollment and retention. They raise questions about the meanings and uses of the concept, equal educational opportunity; the social barriers that contribute to inequality; and approaches to increasing educational attainment and achievement for all children.

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MAY 2017

May 27-30, 2017
2017 International Conference on Teaching and Leadership Excellence
Austin, TX
http://www.nisod.org/?q=products/2017-conference
NISOD’s annual conference is the “must-attend” event for community and technical college educators!NISOD’s International Conference on Teaching and Leadership Excellence is the definitive gathering of community and technical college educators passionate about teaching and learning. For almost 40 years, NISOD’s annual conference has provided faculty, administrators, and staff with the resources, ideas, and solutions that drive excellence in all areas of community and technical college campuses. Come and be inspired by thought-provoking sessions and pre-conference seminars designed specifically for community and technical college educators committed to improving student achievement. With more than 300 sessions in a variety of focus areas and formats presented by your colleagues from across the nation and internationally, you’ll walk away with dozens of ideas you can implement immediately!

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JUNE 2017

June 2-4, 2017
The 2017 Teaching Professor Conference:
Cutting-Edge Learning for Exceptional Educators
St. Louis, Missouri
http://www.magnapubs.com/2017-teaching-professor-conference/index.html
Join roughly 1,000 of your colleagues from around the country for three days of learning, debate, and collaboration. Together, you’ll explore recent pedagogical research, innovative classroom techniques, the latest technology tools, emerging challenges of a global classroom, and proven best practices in teaching.

June 11-14, 2017
League for Innovation in the Community College
Learning Summit
Paradise Valley, Arizona
https://www.league.org/ls2017
The 2017 Learning Summit will be held at the Omni Montelucia in Paradise Valley, Arizona, and is hosted by the Maricopa County Community College District. More information is coming soon, so check the link regularly.

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JULY 2017

July 8-12, 2017
SCUP’s 52nd Annual International Conference
Washington, DC
http://www.scup.org/page/eventsandeducation/annualconf/52
SCUP’s Annual, International Conference is the place where higher education professionals from across the campus and community come together to think and plan strategically about daily and long-term planning issues: Student Retention, Funding Models, Assessment, Creating Partnerships, Systems Thinking, Performance Measurements, Trends, Student Success, Diversity, Learning Environments, Strategic Enrollment Management and more!

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OCTOBER 2017

October 12-14, 2017
2017 Global Learning and the College Curriculum
New Orleans, Louisiana
http://www.aacu.org/meetings/global/17
Information will be posted in 2017. Read more about previous conferences here: http://www.aacu.org/meetings/global/16

October 17-20, 2017
The Accelerated Assistant: 24th Annual Conference for
Executive and Administrative Assistants
Las Vegas, NV
https://ho109.infusionsoft.com/app/storeFront/showProductDetail?productId=499
The Conference for Administrative Excellence is the premiere event for elite executive and administrative assistants. We focus on administrative competencies. Very few administrative conferences or seminars focus specifically on the competencies necessary to be successful at adding value every day within the administrative arena.

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NOVEMBER 2017

November 2-4, 2017
2017 Transforming Undergraduate STEM Education
San Francisco, California
http://www.aacu.org/meetings/stem/17
Information will be posted in 2017. Read more about previous conferences here: http://www.aacu.org/meetings/stem/16

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JANUARY 2018

January 24-27, 2018
AACU 2018 Annual Meeting
Washington, DC 20001
http://www.aacu.org/meetings/annualmeeting/am18
Information will be posted in 2017. Read more about previous conferences here: http://www.aacu.org/meetings/annualmeeting/am17

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FEBRUARY 2018

February 15-17, 2018
2018 General Education and Assessment
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
http://www.aacu.org/meetings/generaleducation/gened2018
Information will be posted in 2017. Read more about previous conferences here: http://www.aacu.org/meetings/generaleducation/gened2016

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JULY 2018

July 14–18, 2018
SCUP–53, SCUP’s Annual, International Conference
Nashville, TN
http://www.scup.org/page/eventsandeducation/annualconf_locations
We strengthen and transform higher education. Check the link to get updated information.

 

 

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