Join us for an exciting one-day professional development Drive-In Conference brought to you by the NASPA Region VI Arizona Executive Board.
This is an opportunity for student affairs professionals, graduate students, and undergraduate students to come together for a day of discussion and learning.
|Early Bird Registration||Regular Registration||On-Site Registration|
|Registration Type||ends September 3||ends October 4||ends October 10|
|Student NASPA Member||$15||$25||$35|
|For more information contact:|
Kenzalia Bryant-Scott at [email protected]
Caitlin Kerrigan at [email protected]
The AZ NASPA Drive-In Conference Committee invites you to join us at the Arizona State University’s West Campus in October 2018 to reflect our collective and individual goals, passions, and purposes within both NASPA and student affairs.
AZ NASPA and the Conference Committee would like our programs and our conference experience to focus on the many reasons that we attend the AZ NASPA Drive-In conference. These include our personal and professional development, networking, learning, and connecting with colleagues.
We would like to invite you to prepare and submit a 50 minute workshop proposal, on your own or with a colleague. To help you with workshop ideas, here are a few workshop titles from last year’s conference:
We encourage proposals to focus on the Regional needs and innovation within Arizona Student Affairs as well as meeting the Vision, Mission, and Principles of NASPA, and the Professional Competency Areas of Student Affairs Educators.
Looking for tips on writing an effective NASPA proposal? See sample submissions and formatting tips in our Program Submission Guidelines.
Please contact NASPA if you have any further questions about submitting a program proposal for the 2018 NASPA Region VI Arizona Drive-In.
Registration information can be found below:
Non-Member Registration - If you are not a NASPA member, you can still register for the conference. You will still need to create a profile in order to register. To create a profile, click on the "Register" button. When you are prompted to log-in, click on the “Don’t have an account?” option. If you would like to join as a member, you learn more here.Register Online
The cancellation deadline is October 3, 2018. A $25 cancellation fee will be deducted from your refund.
No refunds will be provided after October 3, 2018.
Substitutions must be approved and can only be done for the same registration type (member to member, non-member to non-member) and registration rate (early to early, regular to regular).
All requests for cancellations, refunds, and substitutions must be in writing and sent to Kenzalia Bryant-Scott at [email protected]
Arizona State University at the West Campus is one of four university campuses that compose Arizona State University (ASU). ASU's campuses are unified as a single institution, and so the West campus shares students, faculty, administration, and accreditation with the other campuses. Located in northwest Phoenix, the West campus is home to students pursuing degrees in business, education, and interdisciplinary arts and science programs. Patterned after the University of Oxford, the campus architecture is designed to create a close-knit learning community. CLICK HERE to view our interactive campus map.
Cynthia Demetriou, PhD, oversees multifaceted programs, supports, and policies for undergraduate retention and student success at the University of Arizona. With numerous publications and presentations, she is a leader for student success research and practice. A recipient of a $3.3M ‘First in The World’ grant from the U.S. Department of Education, Dr. Demetriou oversees The Finish Line Project including direct student service and empirical investigations focused on degree completion for first-generation college students. Dr. Demetriou holds multiple degrees including a PhD in Education, with a focus on Educational Psychology, Measurement and Evaluation, from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, an EdM from Harvard University, and a BA from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. She started her career as a classroom teacher and believes in the power of education to transform lives.