NASPA
2021 NASPA Virtual Conference

Attendee Engagement

The 2021 NASPA Virtual Conference includes engagement opportunities that both enhance and go beyond the learning that will take place in educational sessions. Explore the varied aspects of the attendee experience by learning about resources for first time attendees, engaging with the exhibit hall, finding opportunities to volunteer at the conference - and more! 

The Conference Leadership Committee members are truly excited to engage with you during the 2021 NASPA Virtual Conference! Check back frequently for more details. 

Latest from the Conference Blog

See What Your Colleagues Are Saying About #NASPA21

NASPA's live briefing, Ending Campus Sexual Violence, will focus on the outcomes from the first two cohorts of the Culture of Respect Collective program. Learn more about this sexual violence prevention initiative: https://t.co/mPYNFzJ8fF
#NASPA21 is accepting proposals focusing on four core content areas, (Re)Constructing the Community Climate, Supporting the Professional Life Cycle, Responding to Students' Changing Needs, and Prioritizing an Innovative and Sustainable Future. https://t.co/utyUcR0W1s https://t.co/GdqkGD2BRB
In case you missed it, the latest issue of @NASPA_JWG is available. Articles in this issue cover topics on gender and ability oppression, the impact women in leadership have on sexual harassment claims, and much more! https://t.co/d4uTrACp70
As colleges and universities prepare for a safe and successful return to campuses this fall, NASPA is offering a free Product Showcase on September 15-16 to its members.

Learn more and register today: https://t.co/ZvjT6Djaqk
Once you have filled out your reviewer profile, complete your #NASPA21 reviewer application by October 1. https://t.co/7WZu4LJ4O7
Sign up to be a #NASPA21 Program Reviewer by October 1. Start by filling out your reviewer profile https://t.co/mXpayAFuVr
The #NASPA21 Conference Leadership Committee invites you to submit a program by Oct. 1. Learn more https://t.co/3Ei8Vft5gF
RT @CofRespect: Colleges and Universities are Improving Response to Campus #SexualViolence as a Result of #CultureofRespect Collective, Rep…
RT @CofRespect: Thrilled to share our new report, detailing the amazing outcomes from @CofRespect #Collective Cohorts 1 & 2: participating…
Listen to the recording of "Examining the Connection Between Student Affairs Work and Racial Justice" https://t.co/6v8CNMJJD9 presented by Lori Patton Davis and Chayla Haynes Davison. #scholarstrike

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