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2018 NASPA Region III Florida Drive-In Conference


11/29/2018 - 11/30/2018

Valencia College, Orlando, FL
Conference Website

Program Proposal Deadline: September 21, 2018
Notification of Program Status: October 8, 2018

The NASPA-FL Conference Committee invites you to join us for the annual drive-in conference to be held from November 29-30, 2018 at Valencia College in Orlando, Florida.  This year's drive-in will be an opportunity to reflect, network and learn.

The conference committee is seeking innovative program proposals for the drive-in conference.  We encourage presenters to focus on the four pillars of NASPA – Inquiry, Inclusion, Integrity, and Innovation.  The values of our organization reflect the spirit, purpose, and curiosity of its members.  As student affairs professionals and NASPA members, we strive to offer leadership, scholarship, and professional development to student affairs.  In honoring our mission, proposals may address what the mission of NASPA means to them and how their program embodies the organization’s guiding principles.

Proposals will be evaluated based on content; relevance to current issues and the Professional Competency Areas for Student Affairs Practitioners; evidence of clearly stated outcomes and objectives; contribution to the knowledge and practice of student affairs; and adherence to program submission guidelines.

Please submit demographic information for the coordinating presenter and complete all of the fields below.

For longer text fields, such as program abstract and outline, you may find it easier to type in a word processing program and cut and paste into the space provided.

There are three types of programs being offered at this year's NASPA-FL Drive-In Conference. 

  • 50 minute program within any area of student affairs.
  • 30-minute program on your department’s “Best Practice.” 
  • 50-minute session for the NASPA-FL Undergraduate Symposium.

 

Coordinating Presenter Information
All coordinating presenters must be members of NASPA. It is the responsibility of the coordinating presenter to communicate with all program participants (other presenters) concerning the status of the program. By submitting this form online as the coordinating presenter, I attest that I am a member of NASPA. I have communicated with all other program participants, and they have agreed to present this program if accepted. All program presenters understand that they must register for the conference.
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Program Title
(Program title limited to 10-12 words)
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Program Format
Please select your preferred session type.
Program Type

 50-minute program session  30-minute Best Practices program session
 50-minute Undergraduate Symposium program session  
 
Audio-Visual

Please note...all presenters who select "set-up for LCF projector" will be expected to provide their own laptop computer with necessary adapters for Apple products.

AV

 Set-up for LCD Projector (please see note above)  Other (Please describe below)
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Program Abstract
Please complete the following sections and review the information before submitting.
The text submitted will be used in the Conference Program if your program is selected.

Brief Description (to be printed in the conference program; 100-word maximum):
Program Abstract
 
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NASPA Professional Competency Areas
Check up to two competency areas that most closely fit your program proposal.
You can view the Professional Competency Areas for Student Affairs Practitioners on the NASPA website.
Competencies

 Personal and Ethical Foundations  Values, Philosophy, and History
 Assessment, Evaluation, and Research  Law, Policy, and Governance
 Organization and Human Resources  Leadership
 Social Justice and Inclusion  Student Learning and Development
 Technology  Advising and Supporting
 
Justification
Briefly explain (500 words or less):
(1) How this program relates to the criteria below and
(2) The familiarity of the presenter(s) with this topic.

    Our program review criteria are as follows:
  • Relationship to current issues
  • Clearly stated objectives and outcomes
  • Program format and outline (activities, panel, etc.)
  • Contribution to the knowledge and practice of student affairs.
Justification
 
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Additional Needs

Please provide information regarding any additional accommodations you may need.

Additional Needs
 
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Confirmation of Program Information
Please review all information carefully before submitting. The text submitted for Program Abstract will be used in the conference program if the program is selected.

In submitting this program, I recognize that should my program be accepted, all presenters must be registered for the conference and I will communicate all necessary information with my co-presenters.

Confirmation of Program Information

 Confirmation of Program Information  
 
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