NASPA offers webinars as Live Briefings featuring the latest content on current and emerging issues from student affairs professionals for student affairs professionals. The 2020/21 academic year is unlike any other in the history of our profession. NASPA provides a virtual learning forum for student affairs educators to both present and engage in timely, critical content that supports our work within this new landscape.
This opportunity occurs on a quarterly basis. NASPA is currently accepted proposals for webinars through April 15, 2021. Check this space for more informatoin about the types of content areas for which NASPA is seeking proposals.
NASPA currently seeks proposals on the following strategic areas of focus:
- Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement
- Policy and Advocacy
- Supporting the Profession
- Student Success
- Health, Safety, and Well-being
- Financial Wellness
- Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
- Career and Workforce Development
Submit a Proposal
NASPA is seeking proposals from current members for the spring and summer 2021 across a wide range of cutting-edge topics, and for various levels of student affairs educators and institutional types. Proposals submitted by April 15 will be reviewed by the Virtual Learning and Engagement committee consisting of NASPA volunteer leaders and staff. The committee will thoroughly review all proposals for quality, as well as look at the relationship of the proposals to NASPA’s strategic areas of focus, the diversity of topics and institutions represented, and the expertise of the presenter(s). Selected proposals will be identified by May, and scheduled to occur as NASPA Association-wide Live Briefings beginning in late spring 2021.
We welcome any questions you have about this NASPA virtual learning opportunity, including regarding how to submit a proposal. Please contact Joseph DeSanto Jones, NASPA assistant vice president for student affairs organizational development, with any questions.