Collegetown Student Governance Summit 2020 Proposal Form
Title & University Affiliation
Additional Presenter Names & Titles
Brief Bios of Each Presenter (2-3 sentences max)
Title (150 character maximum). Titles should briefly identify the content and audience and should be able to stand alone and give a clear idea of what will happen in the session
Please enter your session abstract (350 character maximum), which will appear in the promotional material if your proposal is selected. Abstracts should clearly and concisely identify what will be presented, who the audience should be, and the delivery format. Please write your abstract in the present tense.
Describe the outline of your presentation, listing the main content points, explaining how this content will be delivered, how much time will be allotted for it, and which presenter(s) will lead this topic/section.
Who is the target audience for your presentation?
Content/Focus/Topic Category Select all that apply
Effective Communication with Administration
New Student Orgs (Recruitment and Endurance)
Effective Meeting Management
If your proposal is accepted onto the 2020 conference program, these learning outcomes will be published in the program along with your session title and abstract. Please select the applicable corresponding learning outcome which will reinforce why this presentation is applicable and how attendees will benefit.
Participants will be able to identify ways to increase overall student government engagement and/or participation on campus.
Participants will be able to identify best practices related to elections.
Participants will be able to define assessment and best practices as they relate to student governance.
Participants will be able to describe effective tools for financial management.
Participants will be able to identify effective meeting management procedures.
Participants will be able to build upon their leadership development.
Participants will be able to describe ways to advocate for policy change.
Participants will be able to explore methods of effectively communicating with administrations.
Participants will be able to develop plans to engage and retain student organizations and their leadership.
Theater (~50 forward facing chairs)
Classroom (~25 desks with chairs)
Boardroom ( ~20 seats around large open square of desks)
Technology Needs (all rooms equipped with AV; must bring their own laptop and bring their own adaptor and label it if using Apple)
The Collegetown Student Governance Summit Committee expects that session proposals demonstrate understanding of the varied conference attendee experiences, backgrounds, and learning needs as well as required presenter commitment and responsibilities.
I acknowledge that this proposal reflects attention to diverse perspectives as appropriate to the target audience.
If selected, I agree to present the above proposal at the 2020 Collegetown Student Governance Summit even if my intended funding falls through.
If selected, I agree to present the above proposal at the time slot set by the Summit Committee.
I understand that the description may be modified to reflect professional editing conventions and narrative style.
I understand that presenters cannot promote or sell presenter products or services during the presentation.
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