The Conference Goal is to provide programs that specifically address the administrative and academic needs of college and university leaders, develop the skills required for effective leadership, and maximize the opportunity for conference participants to interact with each other.
are to be relevant, useful, and practical to the complex role of educational leaders.
They are not to promote publications or other materials that involve remuneration, advertise consulting services, or endorse commercial ventures. Special consideration
is given to topics relevant to the conference theme, "Leading in a Time of Change"
All sessions are participant centered, rather than lecture format, and actively involve participants through discussions and activities.
There are two types of conference presentations accepted, both 90 minutes in length. Concurrent sessions are presented with the support of AV equipment and usually have
30-40 participants. Roundtable discussions are facilitator-led discussions with a smaller group and flip charts only.
The option of having internet in your presentation room is available for a $35* fee.
Internet access is dependent on the amount of people who request and are willing to pay the $35* fee.
*The fee is subject to a higher rate depending on the number of people who request use of internet in their room.
Title of Presentation
Provide a title (12 words maximum) describing the specific content of the session.
Description of Presentation
Provide a 75-word summary of the session with at least five bullet points that tells participants how they will benefit from attending your session. This description will be printed in the final conference program and should be written to interest attendees in
Below is an example of how your summary will be presented in the Program. Please format the content of your summary in a similar fashion:
You will be notified by January 8, 2010 if your proposal has been accepted.
For examples of past proposals please click here
All accepted proposals will require the presenter to submit a paper describing their
session topic. This paper will be included in the conference proceedings CD which will
be distributed to all participants and will be used as a resource to those participants who are unable to attend your session. Please submit your finished paper in a MS Word document. The paper must be submitted by January 25, 2010.
By submitting this proposal, all presenters agree to the conditions of acceptance
All presenters must register for the conference and pay the registration fee.
Submission Deadline is CLOSED!
If you have been selected we will notify you by January 8, 2010
Questions - Please Call: 480-461-6270
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