Call for Programs
Call for Programs
As you prepare your proposals, please keep the following in mind:
- Themed Days and Learning Outcomes: Examine, Navigate, Reimagine
- Vision, Mission, and Principles of NASPA
- Professional Competency Areas for Student Affairs Educators
We are excited to provide the following types of sessions for attendees:
- Traditional Educational Session - (50 minutes)
- Research Session - (50 minutes)
- Roundtable Session - (50 minutes)
Programs will be evaluated on the following criteria:
- Meeting the daily theme and at least 1 learning outcome
- Relevance to the Vision of NASPA, the Competency Areas, and the Conference Purpose
- Development of content, including evidence of planning and organization
- Clearly stated objectives and outcomes
- Contribution to the knowledge and practice of student affairs/relevance to the field
- Learning/take away for participants
Examine, Navigate, Reimagine:
- Examine - Monday, November 16, 2020:
- Examining Systems of Oppression: Power and oppression is pervasive within the system of higher education. Are institutions actively engaging in examining systems of oppression in higher education and working to dismantle them? What strategies, efforts, and data can we share within Region I?
- Learning Outcomes - By attending Day 1, participants will be able to:
- Reflect on systems of oppression within Higher Education and Student Affairs
- Identify strategies to examine systems of oppression within their own home institution of higher education
- Identify strategies to address systems of oppression in higher education
- Reflect on personal identities and how one’s identities intersect with systems of oppression
- Navigate - Tuesday, November 17, 2020
- Navigating Change: As we continue to navigate all the changes this year has presented, what lessons have we learned? How is the landscape of higher education changing? What are the personal and professional implications in current and future student affairs work? How is Student Affairs navigating the heightened intersections of inequality?
- Learning Outcomes - By attending Day 2, participants will be able to:
- Reflect on personal and/or professional experiences impacted by the pandemic
- Analyze practices and strategies implemented during pandemic planning
- Identify strategies for future implementation and consideration in higher education
- Reimagine - Wednesday, November 18, 2020
- Reimagining Community: How do we build, sustain, and develop community in this new environment? How has our understanding of community changed? What efforts are we putting forward in creating a more inclusive community? What can community look like within professional organizations, for students, for staff, and for faculty?
- Learning Outcomes - By attending Day 3, participants will be able to:
- Reflect on the concept of community in our new environments
- Identify new strategies and practices to build and sustain community in a virtual setting
- Discuss future considerations for community development
Programs Timeline - Rolling Application
- Program submissions will be reviewed as they are submitted up until October 16, 2020.
- Programs that fulfill the daily themes and learning outcomes will be accepted on a rolling basis.
- Accepted programs presenters will be notified on a rolling basis and no later than Friday October 23, 2020.
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Come back soon for more details!
We are delighted to have such phenomenal speakers this year.
Monday, November 16th
Examining Systems of Oppression
Tara L. Parker, Ph.D., UMass Boston
Susan Marine, Ph.D., Merrimack College
Andres Castro Samayoa, Ph.D., Boston College
Moderator: Daymyen Layne, Quinnipiac University
Tuesday, November 17th
Wednesday, November 18th