Please take this opportunity to attend one or more of the excellent preconference workshops offered by Region 7 in 2020!
All preconferences are $25 and are on the first day of the conference, Thursday, February 27, 2020, unless otherwise noted.
You can sign up for preconferences while registering for the conference. If you have already registered for the conference and would like to add a preconference workshop, please follow these steps.
P1: Making the Leap to Presenting at Conferences: From Idea to Execution
noon-3:00 pm | Thursday, February 27
Megan Denney, University of Oklahoma
Developing ideas for conference presentations and preparing proposals and abstracts can be an interesting undertaking. After a proposal is accepted comes the endeavor of crafting an effective presentation, and the even more exciting experience of delivering it to your academic advising colleagues. Fortunately, this is not an endeavor that has to be pursued without guidance. Through a highly interactive workshop led by advisors who have presented at state, region, and national conferences, attendees will formulate presentation ideas, draft an abstract and/or a proposal, and discuss how to prepare for the experience of presenting for fellow academic advising professionals. Each participant should leave with an idea, abstract/proposal draft, or a plan for presenting at a future conference.
||Articulate a personal philosophy of academic advising.
P2: NACADA Orientation for First-Time Conference Attendees - FREE
3:15-4:15 pm | Thursday, February 27
Get introduced to NACADA: The Global Community for Academic Advising and your NACADA region! This new member orientation will provide you with guidance and insights as you begin your journey to understand how you can make the most of your "first year experience" in NACADA and with your region. During this session you will have the opportunity to: 1) Learn about the structure and opportunities of NACADA; 2) Develop ideas for resources and networking to help you both personally and professionally in your region; and 3) Listen to colleagues share their stories and connect with other new members to the association.
Bring your questions as well as an open and reflective attitude! Your participation in this session can be the beginning of the first chapter in your NACADA story!