The annual Student Affairs Conference provides invaluable professional development opportunities for all UTSA Student Affairs staff as well as faculty and staff throughout UTSA and other local institutions.
Our theme this year is “Grow More to Give More.” This event provides all UTSA Student Affairs staff an opportunity to attend a professional development conference. To further enhance both professional development and networking opportunities, we have again opened conference attendance to our colleagues across UTSA and at other local institutions.
If you would like to share your expertise with fellow staff by presenting at our conference, please fill out the call for proposals by the deadline of October 27, 2014. Topical areas for presentation include leadership, team building, customer service, student success, student learning, supervision, distinct student populations and much more. Please note that the conference is a one-day event this year. Those selected to present at the conference will be notified by November 13, 2014.
Partnerships for the Student Affairs Conference
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Partnership Opportunities at the 2014 Student Affairs Conference.
Want to Get Involved?
UTSA Student Affairs staff can volunteer to assist with sign-in sheets, introducing presenters or technical support.
Follow us on twitter @utsastudents and watch for updates with #utsaSAconf.
Contact the Staff Development Team to find out how to become a conference presenter.
The UTSA Student Affairs Staff Development Team has successfully hosted this annual event for the past 6 years. We are looking forward to bringing you another year of professional development from leaders and experts in their profession. Here is a look back at previous themes for our Student Affairs Conference:
Grow More to Give More
Act it, Believe it, Live it: Continuing a Culture of Student Commitment
Leading Through Transition
New Traditions/New Successes
Building Bridges Across Student Affairs
Investing in Your Future: Communicating, Connecting, Collaborating & Creating