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Speaking

You are invited to get involved! Let us know if you would like to be considered for a speaking opportunity at an APSCU event or webinar. We are always looking for ways to help our members share their expertise. Please let us know your area of interest and provide an overview of your proposed educational session or webinar topic.

Webinars

The APSCU Professional Development Committee is accepting proposals for webinars focusing chiefly on retention, placement, student services, and faculty development as well as other topics relevant to our members.

Webinar topics need to be covered in one hour, including time for Q&A. If you are an APSCU Allied Member, partnering with a presenter from an APSCU-member institution is strongly encouraged. Legislative, regulatory, and compliance webinars will continue to be covered by the APSCU Government Relations Department on an "as-needed" basis. Professional development webinars will be offered approximately once every month.

If you would like to submit a webinar proposal for consideration, please complete a proposal form and submit it to APSCU Program Manager Monty Cox at monty.cox@apscu.org.

Convention Breakout Sessions

We will begin accepting breakout session proposals very soon for next year's ASPCU Convention, June 16-18, 2014, at The Palazzo in Las Vegas. If you have questions or need additional information, please contact APSCU Program Manager Monty Cox at monty.cox@apscu.org.

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