2018 ACHE MidAtlantic Spring Meeting
Ahead of the Curve:
April 11-13, 2018
Join us in Annapolis for as we present new ideas and successes that will help you innovate and grow your respective programs. We will explore ideas, initiatives, and innovations that your colleagues around the region can learn and take back to their campuses for immediate implementation. Possible topics include removing barriers preventing adults from enrolling, advising and mentoring programs that keep students on track, student success centers, assessment of current strategies, new uses of technology that sup- port degree completion e orts, implementation of competency based education, and topics involving non-credit programs.
We are looking for proposals on the following topics (yet not limited to): solving for the hurdles and barriers preventing adults from enrolling, advising and mentoring programs that keep adult students on track, student success centers, effective prior learning programs that help students complete programs faster, assessment of current strategies, news uses of technology that supports degree completion and retention e orts, implementation of competency based education, and topics involving non-credit programs.
We look forward to reviewing your proposal. Download the call for proposals here.
The deadline for proposals is February 26, 2018.
Please submit proposals by email attachment to Mickey Baines at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will kick off the conference by hearing from someone that will help us open our creative minds! Creativity and Innovation Professor Rick Kantor will dispel many myths of creativity that have dampened our naturally creative spirits and unique abilities to innovate. As educators in an age of fast changing customer preferences, needs and directions, how can we keep one step ahead, to build new quality programs and to increase student populations of all ages? The skills, not talents, of creativity and innovation hold the key.
Speaker Brief Bio: Rick brings a lifetime of creative entrepreneurial ventures to his current work teaching creativity and innovation to university students, organizations, and individuals. In his varied roles as an adjunct professor of Creativity in the Workplace at Drexel University Online, and as a keynote speaker, workshop facilitator, and consultant, Rick strives to be a catalyst for unlocking the creative potential that lies uniquely within every individual,
strengthening the creative skills that allow each of us to adapt to rapidly changing realities. Rick was awarded the Champion of Creativity Award in 2017 and he currently serves as Secretary of The American Creativity Association. Speaker Full Biography
Early Bird (through March 9): Includes opening reception, 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches
Regular (March 9 - April 9): Includes opening reception, 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches
The Westin Annapolis
Get more information about the hotel and the surrounding area here.
Hotel Rate and Method of Reservation
To receive the ACHE MidAtlantic rate of $159 per night make reservations directly with the Westin prior to the Cut-Off Date of Monday, March 12, 2018, either via booking link or by calling the hotel directly at (410) 972-4300 and identifying yourself as a member of the ACHE 2018 Spring Conference. Reservations may be canceled without penalty prior to April 9, 2018.
The Westin will accept reservations from attendees after the Cut-Off Date only on a space- and rate-available basis.