Call For Proposals 2017

CALL FOR PROGRAM PROPOSALS

Wisconsin Academic Advising Association Annual Conference

September 14th and 15th
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh – Oshkosh, WI

WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING PRESENTATION PROPOSALS FOR THE CONFERENCE!

In order to keep up with current trends, we need your help! Consider sharing your time and talent with us as a presenter.

 

Who should submit a proposal?
Any and all submissions are welcome. Whatever your experience and knowledge, we want to hear from you! For additional ideas, below is a list of recommended topics from last year’s attendees.

When and where are submissions due?
Submission forms can be completed by clicking here. Due date is Friday, June 2nd. All submissions will be thoroughly reviewed by the Proposal Committee and follow up will be provided regarding submissions.

What is the evaluation criteria?
• Clearly stated purpose and objectives
• Timeliness of the subject matter
• Creativity in an approach to a situation or in ways to manage it
• Adaptability of ideas to a variety of institutional settings

Proposal Questions: If you have further questions regarding proposal submissions, please contact Proposal Committee Chair: Jeri Kukurich, jeri.kukurich@uwc.edu

WACADA Conference Questions: For more information about WACADA or the 2017 annual conference, please go to: http://www.wacada.org/. You can also contact Conference Co-Chairs: Kaye Krueger, kruegeke@uwosh.edu or Jason Herman, hermaj04@uwosh.edu

 

Recommended topics from last year’s conference attendees, but not limited to:

Diversity/Inclusion/Cultural Competency, Advisor Wellness, Connecting with Millennials, Working
with At-Risk Student Populations, Students on Academic Warning/Probation, Management of
Advising for Supervisory/Administrative level, Advising models/theory, Best Practices

Many requests for advising any of the following student populations: Adult Students, Transfer
Students, Online Students, Students of Color, Student Athletes, International Students, Students
with Disabilities, Veteran Students