Proposals must be received by Friday, November 10, 2017. The limited number of workshop opportunities may necessitate an earlier deadline, so please submit your proposal as soon as possible. The selected presenters will be notified by Friday, November 24, 2017 and must register and pay registration fees by Friday, December 22, 2017. TABPHE does not pay honorariums or assume travel expenses or any other costs associated with presenting at the conference. Proposals will be judged on content, clarity and reflection of the conference theme. Time allotted for each workshop is 1 hour and 15 minutes, including questions and answers. A projection screen will be provided for each presentation. The presenter must provide laptop and all other audiovisual equipment and materials. We strongly encourage presenters to have presentation and handouts ready for uploading to the TABPHE website at time of proposal acceptance.
We invite you to submit your ideas, inspiration and innovative presentations that reflect the essence of this year’s conference theme, “Educate, Engage & Empower: The Time is NOW!” Please submit your proposal on one of the following (or other) topics.
● P-16 Initiatives, Successes & Challenges● Texas’ 60x30 Plan (THECB): College Student Debt, Completion, Marketable Skills or College Readiness● African-American Male Initiatives, Research & Solutions● Mentoring Students, Faculty, Staff and Administrators● Effective Academic Advising● Leadership and Professional Development● Career Colleges Impact on Higher Education● Social Networks in Higher Education● Motivation and Support Staff Issues● Maximizing Resources: Improving Access to Higher Education● Parents, Public Schools and Postsecondary● Uses of Technology in Higher Education● Issues Facing Faculty in Academia● Communication and Teambuilding● Distance Learning in the 21st Century● Diversity and Multiculturalism● Recruitment and Retention Issues● Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs)● Minority Serving Institutions● Economics and the Global Economy● Conflict Management and Resolution● Reflections of Open/Campus Carry