2020 MIDWest Session Submission Form
Thank you so much for your interest in presenting at the 2020 MIDWest Conference. The Session Subcommittee is excited to review your proposal. Please fill out the information below by Saturday, February 15th.
A successful session proposal should include the following: clear and articulated relevance to the field of admission and/or high school counseling, examples of what applicable skills or lessons that session attendees will gain from your presentation, learning outcomes for those who attend your session, explanations of the ways in which you plan to engage your audience, and a brief explanation of your expertise on this topic.
We are excited to receive a session proposal from you! If you have any questions, please reach out to the co-chairs of the sessions committee.
Patrick Correia-Harker, Marquette University,
Ben Dufault, Augsburg University,
First and Last name
Place of Employment
If you specified "other", please tell us the organization you represent.
Proposed Session Topic Title
Proposed Session Description
Please outline the relevance/importance your topic has to the field of admissions and/or high school counseling.
Please outline some of the "takeaways" you plan to have for your session.
Example: You plan to provide your attendees a copy of a study or an activity they can bring back to their office.
What are some of the learning outcomes you hope to leave your attendees with?
Example: After attending this session, I hope that participates will be able to identify ways that their own cultural bias impacts their work with students of color.
What tools of engagement do you plan to use during your session?
Example: This session will use small group discussions, etc
Please briefly describe your previous work on this topic.
Other Presenters Names
Other Presenters Email Addresses
Will you need audio/visual assistance?
Preferred Presentation Date
Day 1, May 18th
Day 2, May 19th
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