Logo of 2018 NASPA Region IV-E conference saying "100 years of NACA'

2018 Region IV-E Conference in Milwaukee

April 16, 2018

The NASPA Region IV-East Regional Conference Planning Committee is excited to celebrate 100 years of NASPA with our beloved region! We look forward to seeing you in Milwaukee, Wisconsin from November 11-13, 2018.

As we prepare, we want to share some important conference updates with the region.

Graduate Internships:
The NASPA Region IV-East Conference Planning Committee is seeking interns to support Conference Planning Committee members during the annual regional conference. The interns must be graduate students within the Region IV-East area and available to attend the conference. You must be a graduate student at the time of the conference (November 2018). The selected interns will receive complimentary registration for the Region IV-East Conference and shared accommodations at the conference hotel. Interested yet? Apply here by 11:59PM CST Thursday, April 26, 2018

Call for Programs:
Be part of the conference in a special way! Have a unique program at your institution? Have some current research to share? Have an effective administrative practice? Submit an educational program to present at the regional conference. Call for programs open Monday, April 23, 2018 and close on Friday, June 15, 2018.

Register early and take advantage of our early bird rates! Early registration opens on Monday, June 11, 2018 and runs until Sunday, July 15, 2018. Have left over fiscal year funds? This is a great way to invest them towards professional development opportunities.

Want the most up to date information about the regional conference?! Our regional conference website is now live! Be sure to stay connected via our NASPA IV-E regional conference website. And of course, be sure to follow us on social media: Facebook (NASPA IV-E), Instagram (naspa4e) and Twitter (NASPA4E)!

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