African American Women in Higher Education – New England Call for Program Proposals
17th Annual Conference:
“Honoring Ourselves: Personifying our Truth”
African American Women in Higher Education – New England is accepting proposals for program presentations to be facilitated at its Annual Conference related to the theme, ‘’Honoring Ourselves: Personifying our Truth”. Presenting an educational session enables you to share your knowledge by discussing topics unique to Black women in higher education. Please direct questions via email to: Denise Phillips, Vice President at
Deadline: Monday, September 30, 2019
Proposals will be evaluated on the following criteria:
□ Content, creative design of presentation and thoughtfulness of topic
□ Significance, timeliness, and relevance to the theme
□ Level of interaction with participants
Relevant topics and areas of focus may include, but are not limited to:
□ How do you live your best life: Be it at peace - not in pieces
□ Navigating political waters at your institution
□ Standing in our Own Power: Personifying your Truth
□ Toolkit - Charting the course for success and promotion
□ The coloring of the Ivory Tower?
□ Strategic practices - work smarter not harder
□ Making powerful connections
□ Climate and Culture: Working in a radicalized context
□ How to make a political difference - honoring your political voice
Plenary sessions are 75 minutes in length, including a question and answer portion. Attendees represent a variety of professional areas in the academy; faculty, administration, staff and student affairs professionals from two- and four-year institutions, representing public, private, and proprietary institutions.
The Conference Planning Committee encourages you to distribute this Call for Programs to your colleagues and associates for their consideration.
For More information, please contact: Denise Phillips, Vice President -
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