Proposal Submission

We call on faculty, student affairs and academic affairs professionals, and students to attend to the ways the residential college systems impact the collegiate experience from a variety of perspectives.

We seek proposals that explore any of the four pillars (academic foundations, collaborative partnerships, student leadership, assessment & evaluation).  In particular, we encourage presentations that also consider how current priorities, such as diversity and inclusion initiatives, inform what we do for our students. With this conference, our hope is to inspire impactful intellectual dialogue and assist in building ties that might lead to intercollegiate collaborations.

Program Proposals will be due on Friday, April 7th, 2017 at 11:59pm Central Standard Time.

RCS Call for Proposals 2017
(i.e. Lori White, Vice President of Student Affairs; Trish Gomez, Residential College Director; etc.)
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Detailed description of your proposed session – (maximum 500 words) Include a content outline describing the major theme(s), challenges, lessons learned, successes and failures, application possibilities for other institutions, etc. that will be addressed in this session. In addition, please include the goals of the session and the methodologies to be used. Remember to include a minimum of 15 minutes for discussion in the panel discussion format session. Please be as complete as possible. Facilitated Roundtable sessions must describe the topic in detail, the questions posed to participants, and desired outcomes. For the Facilitated Roundtable sessions, explain what each presenter will discuss, how the discussion will be moderated, expected outcomes and how outcomes will be collected.
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