1) Telling the story of your work in Student Affairs with emphasis on strategies to reach and engage students, holistic impact assessment, and effectively communicating successes; and/or
2) New technologies, initiatives, and pilot programs through the lens of how it impacts and improves the experience of students on our campus.
Presenters are encouraged to refer to NASPA's guiding principles: Innovation, Integrity, Inquiry, and Inclusion to inform their proposals and learning outcomes. Read more here: conference2017.naspa.org/program/themes.
Presentations will be ranked and selected according to their relevance to Student Affairs staff, learning outcomes, and how well they adhere to the mission of the conference and the annual theme “The Student Experience: Telling the Story of Student Affairs”.
Presentation options are:1) Workshop (50 minute)2) Panel (50 minute)3) Staff Speaks (8 minute)
New this year, Staff Speaks presentations are intended to be 8-minute single-presenter talks, inspired by the TED-talk format. These will occur after lunch, and will be grouped thematically in each of the event rooms. These talks are intended to provide staff with an opportunity to share a story of success or struggle. Presenters may choose to focus on a specific student, event, or experience that is meaningful to them and their work in Student Affairs.
If you have any questions about the selection process, please feel free to contact Brittany Derieg with Student Affairs at email@example.com.