News and Events

News

New NCDE Publication Available: Attaining Excellence: Research-Based Recommendations for Administrators, by Hunter R. Boylan and D. Patrick Saxon. Order your copy today!

Events

CLADEA Dues Deadline for All Member Organizations

Tue, 01/15/2019

All members of any CLADEA organization's dues are due by January 15, 2019!

Higher Ed Innovators and Disruptors: Social Mobility & Student Success Conference

Tue, 02/05/2019 - Wed, 02/06/2019

Join us on the UC San Diego campus for a conversation about innovation, student success, and social mobility. Engage with colleagues across the country who are thought leaders, scholars, and practitioners deeply committed to advancing educational attainment for our diverse and ever-changing student populations.

Innovators are defined as those who introduce new concepts or ideas. Disruptors are those who prevent a system, process or event from continuing as usual. Social mobility is essentially about lifelong success for our students. We call on you to attend this convening to innovate and disrupt higher education to best serve the needs of our students.

Fore more information on this event, click Here

NADE Conference - Atlanta, GA - March 6-9, 2019

Wed, 03/06/2019 - Sat, 03/09/2019

NADE 2019 Exhibitor Order Form & Registration

  • LocationThe NADE 2019 Conference will be at the Atlanta Marriot Marquis in Atlanta, Georgia, March 6-9, 2019.

GADE Conference - Georgia Association for Developmental Education in conjunction with NADE conference

Wed, 03/06/2019 - Sat, 03/09/2019

Information about the GADE conference can be reached at this website:  Click HERE.

15th Annual ATP Conference - Orlando, FL -

Sun, 03/17/2019 - Wed, 03/20/2019

2019 ORLANDO Conference: ATTENDEE REGISTRATION: 15th Annual ATP Conference

Sunday, March 17, 2019 - Wednesday, March 20, 2019
Location - The Rosen Plaza Hotel, 9700 International Drive, Orlando, Florida 32819 | (407) 996-9840
Registration - 

Click Here for more informaiton and registering. 

The Council for the Study of Community Colleges 61st Annual Conference and Call for Nominations

Thu, 03/28/2019 - Sat, 03/30/2019

Taking place in San Diego, CA, this year’s conference divisions include Equity, Diversity, and International; Leadership and Organizations; Policy and Finance; Students; Teaching and Learning, and Faculty Issues; and Workforce and Career Education. The Program Committee welcomes proposals in each of these divisions, as they are all critical for the advancement of community colleges and the students they serve.  It is through original research and scholarly analysis in each of these divisions utilizing a diversity of research methods that we embrace the individual voices of our conference presenters, the collective voice of CSCC, and the voices of those who attend, work for, and benefit from community colleges. The Conference Theme is Voices for Research on Community Colleges. This year’s CSCC conference honors the voices of the community dedicated to the advancement of community colleges through research. We hope you’ll join us. Please plan to register by Wednesday, March 6, 2019.

CSCC seeks nominations for the following awards and grant:  Senior Scholar Award, Barbara K. Townsend Emerging Scholar Award, the Arthur Cohen and Florence Brawer Distinguished Service Award, the Dissertation of the Year Award, and the 2019 CSCC Research Grant. Award and grant recipients will be announced at the 2019 CSCC Conference in San Diego. Please consider nominating one or more colleagues for an award.

If you would like to nominate a colleague or are interested in having your name included on the ballot for one of the open positions, please contact David Hardy, Past President/Chair of the Election Nomination Committee, via e-mail (dhardy@ua.edu), by Friday, February 1st and include in the body of your e-mail message the individual’s name, the position to which the individual is nominated, and the nominee’s institutional affiliation, address, telephone number, and e-mail address.

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East Central Writing Centers Association 2019 Conference

Thu, 04/04/2019 - Sat, 04/06/2019

The 41st Annual East Central Writing Centers Association (ECWCA) Conference will be hosted by the University of Dayton April 4-6, 2019, beginning with pre-conference activities the evening of Thursday, April 4, with conference sessions running through Saturday, April 6.

  • Keynote speaker: Michael Mattison, Wittenberg University

PROPOSAL DEADLINE

The deadline for proposals is January 7, 2019. To submit a proposal, click the link “Submit Proposal” in the left sidebar of the conference website.

30th Annual Teaching Academic Survival and Success Conference

Sun, 04/07/2019 - Wed, 04/10/2019

The TASS Conference was the creation of Dr. James Harter and Dr. Terry Bullock at the University of Cincinnati. They felt there was a need for college educators working with at-risk students to have a forum for sharing their experiences, successes, and insights in working with these students. With help and encouragement from David Hartleb, the former Dean at the University of Cincinnati, and Professor Harry Prats, University of Cincinnati, we were able to secure funds to initiate the conference. David Hartleb, now the retired President of Northern Essex Community College (NECC), once again championed the cause of TASS through NECC. As a result of his contributions and those of retired Dean David Kelley (NECC), who joined the TASS Executive Board in 1998, Dr. Victoria Appatova from the University of Cincinnati, who joined the Executive Board in 2004, and our Advisory Board, the TASS Conference has continued to grow and flourish. We thank the hundreds of educators who have shared their wisdom over the years and provided strategies to help make the dreams of college students come true.

For more conference information and to register, click Here

2019 On-Course National Conference

Thu, 04/11/2019 - Sun, 04/14/2019

Join us in Anaheim, CA to exchange and celebrate best practices in student success…from immediately usable instructional and counseling strategies to campus-wide programs that increase retention and student academic success. Learn great new strategies from educators who are changing the lives of their students and transforming their colleges into learner-centered institutions. Best of all, you won’t just hear about how to empower your students to become active, responsible learners. You’ll experience it!

Who Should Attend: Whether you've been working with On Course strategies for years or just care deeply about the success of your students, attend this powerful professional development conference. Expect to experience and learn proven strategies you can implement immediately to help your students reach more of their potential in college...and in life.The On Course National Conference is ideal for:

  • Instructors and coordinators of student success and FYE programs
  • Faculty from all academic disciplines
  • Counselors, retention specialists, TRIO personnel, and student affairs staff
  • Administrators looking for proven approaches for improving student academic success and retention

For more information on this conference, click Here

Kellogg Institute July 13-26, 2019 and Advanced Kellogg Institute July 28-August 2, 2019

Sat, 07/13/2019 - Fri, 08/02/2019

The National Center for Developmental Education in Boone, NC, at Appalachian State University is pleased to announce the Kellogg Institute's line-up of presenters for 2019. We look forward to receiving your application to attend this leading edge Institute addressing the most current topics in the field of Developmental Education.

Please click HERE for an application and fee sheet for the regular Kellogg Institute.

* The Kellogg Institute (July 13-26, 2019) is intended for Instructors, Tutors, and Administrators in the field who are responsible for addressing the needs of students requiring remedial education. Participants will have the option to obtain Certification in Developmental Education. Kelloggers who have previously attended are invited to apply to take advantage of a two-week session with new topics.  They also may choose to complete a Campus Innovation Project, if one had not been previously completed.    

* The Advanced Kellogg Institute (July 28-August 2, 2019) is intended for previous attendees of the Kellogg Institute; seminars will delve into pressing topics today which address the implementation of Developmental Education success strategies.

Please click HERE for an application and fee sheet for the Advanced Kellogg Institute.