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NASPA Power and Place Symposium

Division/Group Events Health, Safety, and Well-being Student Success Equity, Inclusion and Social Justice Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice Division Health, Safety, and Well-being Initiatives Indigenous Peoples

The NASPA Power and Place Symposium advocates for the inclusion of Indigenous worldviews in the work of higher education by questioning, reflecting, and imagining how the concepts in the foundational text Power and Place: Indian Education in America engender conditions for student success and wellness.

The 2025 Power & Place Symposium will be a day-and-a-half event held prior to the NASPA Strategies Conferences, scheduled to take place in Boston in January 2025. 

Applications are open through February 15, 2024, to chair and serve as a member of the 2025 Symposium planning committee. For information, please contact Monica Nixon, NASPA Vice President, Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion. 

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Symposium Goals

A significant Power and Place Symposium goal is to invite, center, and privilege Indigenous perspectives on student success, health, safety, and wellbeing, as well as professional and leadership development experiences in higher education. The Power and Place Symposium is designed for student affairs administrators, higher education scholars, knowledge-keepers, community members, allied educators, and anyone else interested in questioning, reflecting, and imagining how the ideas in the Power and Place text can be applied, as theory, and practice, to transform institutional practices and contexts.