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The University of Idaho & Washington State University
ACademic ADvising Associations

present

The 8th Annual Advising Symposium

Student Success:  It Takes A Village

Friday, September 9th, 2011

University of Idaho Campus

Moscow, Idaho

Conference Website: www.uidaho.edu/advising/acada/advisingsymposium

For more information, please contact Andrew Brewick or Heather Page at advising-symposium@uidaho.edu

CALL FOR PROPOSALS

The University of Idaho Academic Advising Association (UI ACADA) and the Washington State University Academic Advising Association (WSU ACADA) will jointly host the 8th Annual Advising Symposium in Moscow, Idaho on September 9, 2011. This one-day conference is geared toward faculty and staff who advise students at community colleges, colleges and universities throughout the northwest.

Proposals that contribute broadly to this year’s advising theme are being sought by the symposium’s organizing committee from all institutional areas that contribute to the success of students.  This year’s advising symposium aims to expand our understanding of how we can all contribute to student success in our respective ‘villages’. Proposal topics include (but are not limited to): innovations in student services or advising technologies, involving faculty in effective advising, advising at-risk or non-traditional populations, study abroad or service-learning, career advising, and structured student activities outside the classroom.

PROPOSALS ARE DUE JUNE 1ST AND CAN BE SUBMITTED ONLINE AT THE ADVISING SYMPOSIUM WEBSITE.

For questions, please contact Conference Co-Chairs:
Andrew Brewick or Heather Page at advising-symposium@uidaho.edu

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