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Proposals Due: 2020 NASPA Annual Conference
Proposals Due: 2020 NASPA Annual Conference
Sep 3 all-day
The 2020 Conference Leadership Committee seeks conference proposals focusing on the four core content areas,Defining Student Success,Collaborations and Partnerships,Advocacy and Activism, andRedefining and Realigning the Student Affairs Profession.
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2019 National Historically Black Colleges and Universities Week Conference 4:09 pm
2019 National Historically Black Colleges and Universities Week Conference
Sep 8 @ 4:09 pm – Sep 10 @ 5:09 pm
HBCU CEEQA co-chairs have been invited to participate on a panel discussion, and CEEQA members will be in attendance!
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Proposals Due: HLC 2020 Annual Conference
Proposals Due: HLC 2020 Annual Conference
Sep 9 all-day
The 2020 Annual Conference will center leadership within higher education, particularly discussions of how insitutions and accreditors might provide example and guidance through this transitional era of higher ed. The General Program will explore this... Read more »
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Illinois Community College Board: Processes that Foster High-Quality Programming 9:00 am
Illinois Community College Board: Processes that Foster High-Quality Programming
Sep 10 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
The ICCB invites community college administrators, staff, and faculty to a one-day training on processes that foster high-quality programming in career and technical education. Participants will learn about quality program development, the newly revised Program... Read more »
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2019 Drexel Assessment Conference
2019 Drexel Assessment Conference
Sep 11 – Sep 13 all-day
This conference will build on the tremendous success of the last four years events which annually bring 420+ higher education faculty and administrators from throughout the Mid-Atlantic region, the nation and abroad as we restate... Read more »
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Submissions Due: CBExchange Digital Storytelling Contest
Submissions Due: CBExchange Digital Storytelling Contest
Sep 30 all-day
“Educators who work in competency-based education often cite the transformative and innovative nature of CBE. Many of us have seen first-hand the ways CBE has impacted our students livesenabling them to fulfill lifetime goals and... Read more »

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Submissions Due: CBExchange Digital Storytelling Contest
Sep 30 all-day

“Educators who work in competency-based education often cite the transformative and innovative nature of CBE. Many of us
have seen first-hand the ways CBE has impacted our students livesenabling them to fulfill lifetime goals and pursue new
opportunities. While we get to see these stories unfold daily, our colleagues often dont. To help others see the power of CBE,
we need to share these stories.

We want to share your stories. We are looking for short, digital stories that showcase CBE programs, students, and institutions
in the 2019 CBExchange Digital Storytelling Contest. Winning digital stories will receive a cash prize and will be premiered
at CBExchange 2019 at the Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort Spa in Palm Springs, California from October 22-25, 2019.”

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2019 TxAHEA Conference @ Marriott Plaza San Antonio
Oct 1 – Oct 2 all-day

The goal of this conference is to bring together higher education professionals across Texas and the surrounding states to share ideas and information about accreditation and assessment. Dr. Ashley Finley, Senior Advisor to the President and Secretary to the Board, Office of the President, AAC&U, will deliver the Keynote speech.

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2019 National Conference on Students in Transition @ Rosen Plaza
Oct 12 – Oct 14 all-day

As college educators, we are challenged to provide support for students and improve their entire undergraduate experience. At the 26th National Conference on Students in Transition, attendees will share with and learn from one another the latest trends, initiatives, best practices, ideas, research, and assessment strategies focused on supporting student success in the first college year and beyond. We invite you to be a part of this exciting learning experience!

Educators interested in the college student experience from the first year through graduation, the collegiate curriculum, innovative pedagogies, and high-impact practices designed to improve learning and success for today’s undergraduate students should attend. Graduate and undergraduate students are also encouraged to participate in the conference.

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2019 Assessment Institute @ Indianapolis, IN
Oct 13 – Oct 15 all-day

The Assessment Institute in Indianapolis is the nation’s oldest and largest event fof its type, offering more than 250 educational sessions! Typically, the Institute attracts more than 1,000 participants from nearly 50 states and several other countries with over 400 colleges, universities, and organizations represented.

The Assessment Institute in Indianapolis is designed to provide opportunities for (1) individuals and campus teams new to outcomes assessment to acquire fundamental knowledge about the field, (2) individuals who have worked as leaders in outcomes assessment to share and extend their knowledge and skills, and (3) those interested in outcomes assessment at any level to establish networks that serve as sources of support and expertise beyond the dates of the Institute.

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2019 Research on Teaching and Learning Summit
Oct 18 all-day

“Since 1993, thousands of educators in colleges and universities from across the country and globe have participated in this interdisciplinary conference to share results from Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) projects and to discuss innovative teaching techniques. The Summit offers concurrent sessions on individual and collaborative SoTL projects, cutting-edge issues in pedagogy, and student learning in a relaxed, congenial atmosphere. There are also opportunities for participants to network with fellow educators. Participants report that they have learned many new ideas they were able to bring back to campus, and that they have been energized by interacting with a collegial community of educators invested in excellent teaching practices.”

ANNY’s Fall 2019 Regional Event @ Pace University, NYC Campus
Oct 18 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
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NACADA 2019 Annual Conference @ Kentucky International Convention Center
Oct 20 – Oct 23 all-day

The theme of this years conference is In Their Corner: Advising Students to be the GREATEST!.

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2019 Southeastern Library Assessment Conference @ Atlanta, GA
Nov 7 – Nov 8 all-day

The Southeastern Library Assessment Conference provides an opportunity for those interested in advancing the library assessment and user experience conversation to gather together to share and discuss practical ideas and information.

We invite anyone involved in or who would like to learn more about assessment in libraries of all types. The conference location is the Southeastern U.S., but we welcome attendees and presenters from all regions.

This conference is the collective effort of a small group of academic librarians in Georgia who identified a need for additional forums to connect with and learn from others engaged in library assessment.

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The Second Annual Universal Design for Learning in Higher Education Conference @ East Hartford, CT
Nov 8 all-day

The theme for the Second Annual Universal Design for Learning in Higher Education is +1 Transformation by Design. A “plus one” change embodies an intentionally designed strategy or practice that operationalizes the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) guidelines. No matter the learners (e.g., students, faculty, staff, administrators) or the context (e.g., classroom, student services, faculty development), the change is focused on creating learning experiences that are accessible, relevant, rigorous, and capacity-building.

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2019 Virginia Assessment Group Conference
Nov 13 – Nov 15 all-day

The theme of this year’s conference is “Inspiring Leadership for Innovation and Collaboration in Assessment.” The keynote speaker will be Dr. Ereka Williams who is a NILOA Coach and Associate Dean at Fayetteville State University.