Bridging the GAP: In Support of Regional Conference Involvement


Author
Jaymee Lewis-Flenaugh

Published
September 19, 2016


Greetings, Graduate Students-

The 2016 Regional Conference is around the corner (November 15-17th, to be exact) and the conference planning team GAP Engagement Co-Chairs are excited to provide several learning and networking opportunities for you to attend prior to the actual conference.

On September 27th at 12pm CST/1pm EST Tyler Page and Jaymee Lewis-Flenaugh will host a LIVE Online Master Class Series titled “Bridging the GAP: In Support of Regional Conference Involvement”. 

Frequently Asked Questions:

1.       Is there a maximum number of attendees? No, there is no capacity limit for viewing the live taping. You may view the live taping from anywhere an internet signal is possible by going to our NASPA NPGS IV-E Youtube page and tuning in at any time.

2.       How do I RSVP? You can RSVP via our Facebook event page at https://www.facebook.com/events/1156916887717789/

3.       How do I engage in the question and answer during the taping? You may ask questions LIVE during the taping as a way to engage in the conversation. In order to do so, feel free to 1. Post your question directly to the video in the comments section via Youtube 2. Email us at [email protected] prior or during the taping or 3) post a question in the Facebook event page.

We hope you choose to engage. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to email the Co-Chairs at [email protected]. Here are some additional events as we look forward to an amazing joint conference in beautiful St. Louis, Missouri.

§  NASPA New Professionals and Graduate Students Meet-Up Social

o   Wednesday, November 16, 2016 at 7pm in the Hard Rock Café

o   RSVP here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1608943589404874/

§  NASPA Regional Conference Chairs’ message to Graduate Students (video)

o   View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdv2JyYivaU


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