What to Expect

At ACSD 2019 you will experience learning and engagement on how the past affects our sense making in moving forward.  We want to think about and catch the best of the roots of liberating education, understand better who we have been, grow together in who we are, and lean into who we want to be as professionals in higher education in a way that deepens our anchor in Christ.

With dedicated space for reflection, learning, engaging, and fellowship, ACSD 2019 will be an investment that includes:

THOUGHT LEADERS 

Learn from motivated educators and experienced professionals that will ground your thinking.

GATHERINGS 
Join us Monday to dive deeper into issues that matter to you - a day designed to tackle trending topics and connect you with others.

REFLECTIVE SESSIONS 

Enter space for self-reflection on current realities impacting our work.

CRITICAL ISSUES 

Participate in presentations and discussions facilitated by colleagues that will move us forward.

REST AND RESTORATION 

Interact in settings with colleagues and new friends that strengthen relationships.

PLAY ON YOUR OWN 

Explore Chicago after the conference on Thursday...wander the Magnificent Mile, tour a first-class museum, stroll the lakefront, hop donut shops, or watch the Chicago Cubs beat the Colorado Rockies!

Speakers

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Dr. Matthew Milliner

Professor of Art History

Wheaton College 

Dr. Tabatha Jones Jolivet

Assistant Professor of Higher Education

Azusa Pacific University

Andy Chan

Vice President for Personal & Career Development

Wake Forest University

Dr. Laurie Hamen

President

Mount Mercy University


Devotions

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Skye Jethani

Speaker & Author