May 23 – 25, 2022
St. Cloud State University (In-Person)
Join us for this year’s Joint Academic and Student Affairs and Office of Equity and Inclusion Spring Conference. The theme this year is “We’ve Got You: Being Student Ready.”
This theme connects to our work on addressing basic needs insecurity. To meet the critical goals for Equity 2030, we will focus on the short- and long-term impacts of our collective pandemic experience on educational disparities, student success and completion, and addressing institutional barriers to success.
As educators, we are called to be part of the solution, serving as leaders by exhibiting the courage to actively address these issues, and yet we, too, have all been affected by the pandemic in our personal and professional lives. How can we equip ourselves and our colleagues to sustain the engagement and creativity that will be required to achieve our Equity 2030 goal? With three days of thoughtful dialogue on these critical issues, we hope it will inspire practical strategies to be implemented on campuses throughout the system.
Call for Proposals
The conference planning team is pleased to extend an invitation to submit session proposals for 60-minute concurrent sessions that address but are not limited to the following topics:
- Professional Development and Engagement Around Equity
- Strategic Enrollment Management
- Recruiting and Retaining Faculty of Color
- Holistic Student Support
- Data Literacy and Data Democratization
- Becoming Student-Ready Colleges/Universities
Please submit session proposals online no later than April 4, 2022. Proposals selected for a session will be notified no later than April 22, 2022. Presenters must be available to present in-person.
Be sure to register online no later than May 16, 2022 to secure your seat at the conference!
The conference schedule and lodging information can be viewed on the ASA/OEI Spring Conference Schedule page.
- Campus Academic Affairs and Student Affairs Professionals
- Campus Diversity Officers
- System Office Personnel
- Institutional Research / Institutional Effectiveness
- Faculty and Deans
For questions about lodging or expenses, reach out to Ka Her.