ASACCU 2014 St. Mary's University - Program Proposal Form

The 15th Annual Association for Student Affairs at Catholic Colleges and Universities (ASACCU) Conference is fast approaching and the ASACCU 2014 Conference programming committee is looking forward to offering an array of programming options that are engaging and informative while contributing to the relevance of this year’s theme, From Mission to Action, From Theory to Practice: Realizing Our Catholic Identity.

The ASACCU 2014 Conference will be hosted at St. Mary’ University in San Antonio, Texas on July 29, 2014 through August 1, 2014. The ASACCU 2014 Conference planning committee is already hard at work, but to make this conference truly successful we need YOU to take an active role in this conference by submitting a conference program proposal. This is a great opportunity to share your experiences, expertise, and for you to generate great topics for discussion with other professionals in Student Affairs at Catholic universities.

Programming sessions will be offered in 3 different formats: presentations, panel discussions, and roundtables. Selected programs will be tracked by the presentation format followed by topic area to which it is most closely linked. Furthermore, connecting your proposal to what makes your work unique as an educator and/or professional at a Catholic institution will be a significant part of the evaluation process. The deadline to submit a proposal is Friday, April 18th.

Thank you in advance for submitting a program proposal and your willingness to put forth extra effort to make ASACCU 2014 a great learning experience for the delegates. If any questions arise feel free to contact the Programming Committee at asaccu2014@stmarytx.edu.

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