NWASAP Call for Presentations 2019 - Submission Form Open
We are looking for passionate presenters to share their knowledge and ideas in a small and supportive conference environment. NWASAP is a great place to showcase a presentation you are building for a national conference or to gain experience presenting at professional conferences.
NWASAP has identified five learning priorities that we believe, as an organization, meet the educational needs of the NWASAP membership. Each program proposal should address at least one or more of the learning priorities:
1) Core Competencies of Student Affairs professionals: foundations of knowledge, skill, and attitudes utilized in effective practice
2) Administration & Research: strategies and techniques in management of human, financial, facilities, technology, and other resources as well as use, design, and critique of research
3) Student Development & Learning: concepts and principles of how students learn and develop
4) Professional Development: ongoing growth of members' emotional, physical, social, environmental, relational, spiritual, aspirational, and intellectual wellness
5) Current Issues: timely subjects, questions, and concerns that impact and inform student affairs professionals
Each presentation session will comprise of a 60-minute presentation.
Examples to support your brainstorm: The following presentation was recognized as Best Conference Program by attendees for both quality of content and audience engagement.
2014 Winner – Mental Trails: Brain-Based Strategies for Deep Learning and Retention by Greg Nielsen, Weber State University