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From: Saghir Bukhari <syed_saghir_bukhari at yahoo.com>
Subject: Conference: Engaging College Men
To: "Saghir Bukhari" <syed_saghir_bukhari at hotmail.com>, "saghir bukhari" <syed_saghir_bukhari at yahoo.com>
Date: Thursday, January 22, 2009, 8:43 AM















 
















2009 Conference on College Men 
Call for Proposals Deadline: January 23, 2009

Bridging Scholarship and Practice

May 20-22, 2009
University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Co-sponsored by ACPA, the 2009 Conference on College Men is an exciting opportunity for educators to convene, collaborate, and exchange ideas on how to meet the developmental needs of the men on their campuses. The theme of this year's conference is:  "Engaging College Men: Bridging Scholarship and Practice." The goal of the conference is to provide a stimulating venue for educators to share and discuss cutting-edge research on college men's development and propose strategies that have proven effective in helping college men achieve successful outcomes. Thus, those who attend the conference should expect to leave with both the requisite knowledge and the practical tools to make a positive impact in improving how they work with college men upon returning to their institutions. 





Submit a Proposal:
Call for Programs Deadline: January 23, 2009

The 2009 Conference Committee encourages you to submit program proposals that address the conference theme and consider the issues below: 

Identity Intersections 

Building Networks of Support

Recruitment and Retention 

Facilitating Cross-Cultural Dialogue between Men and Women

Community Colleges 
For questions to consider within each of these areas, please visit www.naspa.org/ programs/ collegemen/ callforprograms. cfm 




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Upcoming deadlines: 


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Jan. 16: 2009 NASPA Annual Conference early-bird registration deadline 
 
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First in free* conference call series...
Current Topics in Student Affairs and Public Policy:
An Update on the Higher Education Act, FERPA Regulations, 
and NASPA's Public Policy Agenda
Friday, January 23, 2009
2:00 p.m. (Eastern)
"Register" to have call-in information sent to you 
Presenters: 

Ron Herron, NASPA Region I Public Policy Division Representative and Vice President for Student and University Affairs, Southern Connecticut State University
Bonnie Hunter, NASPA Public Policy Division Chair & Vice President for Student Affairs, Valparaiso University 
John Lowery, Associate Professor, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
*Long-distance rates apply 
  





  
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