NATIONAL CONFERENCE ROUNDTABLE SESSIONS
Thank you for consideration to present at the 2017 National Association of Graduate-Professional Student Conference to be held November 2-5, 2017 at Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York. As NAGPS is focused on providing a platform for graduate student issues, and facilitating the sharing of best-practices and ideas for graduate student leaders, this year’s conference is focused on


There are three primary formats this year: regular session, roundtable session, and infographs.
All attending member institutions may submit to present information in any of the format at the National Conference. Submissions are due by September 15, 2017.

ROUNDTABLE SESSION:

This is a platform to discuss and engage in discussion regarding a hot-topic. These panels will be moderated, and can have up to four schools represented. Participants will be asked to present a five-minute summary on how their student organization has engaged in practice the topic, and then asked a series of prepared questions by the moderator and from the open-floor.

This year’s topic are:
Strategies for effective political advocacy
Strategies for effective social justice advocacy
Engaging alternative career talks
State-based advocacy
Graduate worker rights
Health care advocacy
Advocating for non-union/non-stipend graduate students (Masters, tuition paying, student assistants, etc.)

If you have any questions please send an email to conference@nagps.org or vice-president@nagps.org

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