Ryan Lahne, NASPA IV-W Communications Coordinator
February 19, 2018
Are you joining the NASPA Community in the City of Brotherly Love for the 2018 Annual Conference? NASPA IV-W would like to invite all IV-W family members to the Regional Business Meeting and Reception. Here are the details for both, we hope you can join us in Philly!
Regional Business Meeting – Monday, March 5 from 5:15-6:45pm we will be having our NASPA IV-W Regional Business Meeting. This is a great time to get together and see what we have planned for the family during the next year in our region.
Regional Reception – Monday, March 5 from 9:00-11:00pm you can attend our NASPA IV-W Regional Reception which is the perfect time to play catch-up and chat with your colleagues you only get to see many once or twice a year.
Not able to spend the week in historic Philadelphia in March? NASPA IV-W has some other great professional development and engagement opportunities coming up this year. We would love to see you in Springfield this May or in Wichita in October.
NAPSA IV-W Critical Conversations IMPACT Summit - May 2, 2018 we will be having a NASPA IV-West Spring Critical Conversations IMPACT Summit: College Student Mental Health Conference at Missouri State University. This day-long conference consisting of keynotes and educational break-out sessions focuses on topics pertaining to college student mental health. Through educational dialogue, we hope to add to the community conversation surrounding mental health and assist in destigmatizing mental health concerns. If you are interested please go here for more information: https://www.naspa.org/events/2018-impact-summit
2018 NASPA Regional Conference - And so your NASPA IV-West fun can continue, don’t forget about our 2018 Region IV-West Conference: Reflection Inspires Our Future, October 23 - October 25, 2018 at the Wichita Mariott in Wichita, Kansas. More information coming soon to our website about this event: https://www.naspa.org/events/2018-naspa-region-iv-west
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