Oct. 22, 2009
Make Plans to Attend the Access & Diversity Collaborative Workshop at Forum 2009
Participate in “Making the Right Connections: Understanding and Navigating Access and Diversity Issues to Advance Institutional Goals” and learn how you can advance campus access, diversity goals and broader policy initiatives on your campus. Led by national policy experts, this workshop will use newly developed materials and resources to enable you to evaluate policy and train professional staff on your campus. The workshop will take place 2:15–5 p.m. on Oct. 22, 2009, at the Hilton New York. To attend, you must register for Forum.
Oct. 30, 2009
CALL FOR PROPOSALS for Prepárate™: Educating Latinos for the Future
Submit a session proposal by
Oct. 30 to share your knowledge and help other educators empower their Latino students to overcome the barriers to academic achievement. Prepárate™ 2010 will take place March 1–2, 2010, in La Jolla, Calif.
Learn more and submit a proposal at www.collegeboard.com/preparate.
Nov. 2, 2009
CALL FOR PROPOSALS for A Dream Deferred™: The Future of African American Education
Submit a session proposal by Nov. 2 to share your experiences and address critical educational issues facing African American students. The A Dream Deferred conference will take place April 29–30, 2010, in Atlanta, Ga.
Learn more and submit a proposal
Nov. 10, 2009
SAVE THE DATE for Education Policy Forum - What the New Era of Education Reform Means for Higher Education
Policy experts and education leaders will share the latest policy trends related to college preparation and access, financial aid, and other pressing issues facing higher education. Discussions will focus on how these developments impact colleges and universities, and the role of higher education in achieving President Obama’s bold goal for educational attainment. This event will take place Nov.10, 2009 at University at Albany – State University of New York.
For more information, visit www.collegeboard.com/policyevents.
This is a free event. To register, please contact Fiona Yung at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nov. 16, 2010
CALL FOR PROPOSALS for the
Native American Student Advocacy Institute
Address the challenges that American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian students encounter in preparing for a college education. Submit a session proposal by Nov. 16 to share your knowledge with fellow educators and community leaders at the Native American Student Advocacy Institute, being held April 19–20, 2010, in Albuquerque, N.M.
Learn more and submit a proposal.
Jan. 9–11, 2010
Register Today for Colloquium 2010: Leading Boldly in Perilous Times
Mark your calendar for Colloquium 2010: Leading Boldly in Perilous Times, will take place Jan.9–11, 2010, in Dana Point, Calif. Join other higher education, enrollment and financial aid leaders in meaningful discussion to learn more about critical issues and discover ideas you can implement
as you work to ensure student
success. Registration will open in
Register for Colloquium 2010
Jan. 13–15, 2010
SAVE THE DATE for a
critical policy discussion
The USC Center for Enrollment Research, Policy and Practice will be hosting “What Matters Now: College Access and Success in the Age of Obama” Jan. 13–15, 2010, in Los Angeles. The conference will kick off a new decade in education by bringing together the key players who are remaking our system
of education in the United States and presenting a roadmap
For more information, please visit www.usc.edu/cerpp.
April 16–18, 2010
Register Today for Destination Equity 2010
Registration is open for the National Office for School Counselor Advocacy’s (NOSCA) third national conference, Destination Equity 2010: Charting Bright Futures for All Students. This conference is a unique opportunity for school counseling professionals from across the nation to come together to share their knowledge and experiences and to help ensure that all students are prepared to follow their dreams. Destination Equity 2010 will take
place April 16-18, 2010, in Nashville, Tenn.
Visit the conference web-site in the coming weeks to find out how
you can submit a proposal to be
Register for Destination Equity 2010.