Join ACPA President Dr. Kent Porterfield, Vice President for Student Development at Saint Louis University, for two days of action and engagement around critical issues facing our profession.
Location: National Center for Higher Education, Washington, DC
The Leadership and Training Studio is pleased to announce a fall session of Program Design School. This two-day event in Washington, D.C. will help you write like a pro, develop curriculum with more speed and give you a process to design innovative programs. It's time to join the Program Design School if you:
Struggle writing creative curriculum year after year.
Need to write quickly or move past writer’s block.
Compliance U Four Corners of Title IX Training
20-22 October 2017
Orlando, Florida, United States
Policy & Practice of Student Affairs at the Two Year College
Location: Chicago, IL, USA
Going into its 20th year, the Donna M. Bourassa Mid-Level Management Institute is an ACPA signature educational program for those desiring to understand their authentic leadership, strengthen their capacities and understand self and organizational dynamics in order to lead well. The Institute, named for Donna Bourassa, Ed.D. former Associate Executive Director of ACPA, is a successful professional development resource to hundreds of colleagues in the student affairs profession.
Host University: Washington University, St. Louis
Held at One Dupont Circle, Washington, DC
Sessions run from 9:00am – 5:00pm each day and include lunchRegister Here >>
$475 for ACPA members and $675 for non-members. A student discount will be available.
The ACPA-Michigan Annual Conference will be a place where faculty, staff, and students in the field of Higher Education can engage, network, and share their ideas on frameworks and initiatives that are: innovative, different, creative, imaginative, inventive, conceptual, new, different, intuitive, original, transformational…you get the idea!
Join us October 16 & 17 at Wayne State University for an Out of the Box conference experience!Learn More Here! >>