Experiential Learning, Competency Based Education, Predictive Analytics, Matching Degree Completion Pathways with Community Needs, Workplace Learning and Corporate Partnerships, Online Learning, Adult Student Programming, Microsites and Landing Pages, Assessing your Leadership Style, Lateral Leadership and Pathways to Meaningful Career Progression, Recruitment and Success of Transfer Students…
These are just a few of the excellent professional development presentations that we have planned for you at the 2016 ACHE National Conference. Have you registered yet? I encourage you to take some time out of your day to review the conference schedule and determine which sessions apply directly to you. You can visit the schedule here.
This year, the conference takes place in New Orleans October 17 – 19 at the historic Hotel Monteleone, New Orleans.
Our keynote speakers have been finalized. They are all distinguished thought leaders in their fields and will bring focused tools and tips to you, as the practitioners who make daily strategic connections, demonstrate successes, and change lives. From a university president who the Washington Monthly suggests could save the Public University, Dr. King Alexander, to the co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer of Red-Kite Consulting Inc., the world's first workforce development firm that uses methods built in war zones to help professionals in the harshest jobs to survive and thrive, to Kim Weitcamp, who uses storytelling as a tool for learning… there is an abundance of knowledge and inspiration waiting for you in New Orleans this October.
Networking and learning from colleagues is at the heart of ACHE and something the organization does exceptionally well. Make new connections and strengthen existing relationships with colleagues who share your passion for continuing higher education.
You will find the ACHE National Conference to be of great value. Find out more about our conference location, the beautiful Hotel Monteleone in the heart of the New Orleans, travel details, and registration on our conference website.
I hope to see you in New Orleans.
Laissez les bons temps rouler!
ACHE President, 2016