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4E at NASPA 2018


Author
Dr. Julie Payne-Kirchmeier

Published
February 22, 2018


We are just over a week away from our NASPA Annual Conference in Philadelphia! I know we are all looking forward to this experience of learning, networking, and connecting with friends and colleagues. I know I am looking forward to seeing all of you there.

In addition to the many outstanding programs and events designed for the full conference delegation, I wanted to make you aware of some key events happening with NASPA IV-E. 

Business Meeting (Monday, March 5, 5:15pm, 120-C Convention Center)

During the IV-E Business Meeting, you will learn about your regional events, upcoming regional conference, and the next phases for our Strategic Priorities. You will also have the chance to connect with IV-E colleagues and learn about any leadership opportunities in our region.

IV-E Reception​ (Monday, March 5, 9pm, Salon 3/4, Sheraton Downtown)

Make sure to stop by the IV-E Reception to meet new colleagues, reconnect with those you haven't seen in awhile, or learn even more about IV-E. We look forward to seeing you there!

In addition, many of our IV-E colleagues are presenting at NASPA this year.  Stay tuned in through social media for highlights of the presentations our IV-E friends are offering at the conference. 

Again, I look forward to seeing everyone at the conference. Please make sure to follow IV-E on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for the latest updates and reminders about IV-E events in Philly.  If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to let me know via email at [email protected] or phone at 847-467-2113.

Have a wonderful day, and I'll see you all very soon!

Dr. Julie Payne-Kirchmeier  --  NASPA IV-E Regional Director


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