The 2018 NCAIR annual conference is April 15-18, 2018, and will be held at the Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort . Located at the edge of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park.
Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort
777 Casino Dr,
Cherokee, NC 28719
HOTEL RESERVATIONS: A room block is reserved at Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort, with a rate of $104 per night. Reservations can be made online here: NCAIR. The room block and discounted rate expire on March 30, 2018.
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CALL FOR PROPOSALS (Due: Feb. 19, 2018)
Conference participants are invited to submit proposals for concurrent session presentations and discussion groups. Sessions are 45 minutes in length. There are several subject areas from which to choose: Planning and Organizing, Research, Technology and Training, Assessment and Effectiveness, and Current Issues in Higher Education. We encourage proposals aligned with the conference theme, Institutional Researchers: We Leave Nothing to Chance.
Electronic submission of conference proposals is available here.
Travel grant awards of up to $200 are available to both new members and active members. Grant awardees also receive a waiver of the conference registration fee. NCAIR’s travel grant policy can be viewed here. Travel grant deadline is March 1, 2018.
Click here to apply for a 2018 NCAIR Conference travel grant.
Conference sponsorship opportunities are available. Please visit
( https://2018ncair-sponsors.eventbrite.com ) for more information and registration.
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Currently, the following sponsors have committed to the success of our conference:
CONFERENCE DETAILS (thus far):
Key note speaker:
Dr. Gerald McLaughlin received his Ph.D. in Organization Psychology from the University of Tennessee. Since the late 1960’s, he has worked in higher education as both a faculty member and an administrator. He was Director of Institutional Research and University Professor at Virginia Tech (Emeritus) before becoming the Associate Vice President and Director of Institutional Planning and Research at DePaul University. He was most recently an Associate Vice President of Enrollment Management and Marketing at DePaul University (Emeritus).
Some of his past workshops have included salary consulting, enrollment management, strategic management, etc. He has also been an adjunct faculty member at both Virginia Tech and DePaul University.
He has helped author several books such as The Handbook of Institutional Research, A Primer on Institutional Research, and People, Processes, and Managing Data as well as authored several articles and papers in the field of Institutional Research.
Dr. Susan Bosworth is the Associate Provost for Institutional Accreditation & Effectiveness at the College of William & Mary. Her work has included responsibilities for assessment and institutional research, and most recently for accreditation and academic program changes. Dr. Bosworth has chaired numerous SACSCOC committees and has served on the SACSCOC Peer Review Advisory Board. She has presented at state, regional and national conferences and has served as President of the Virginia Assessment Group, editorial board member for Research & Practice in Assessment, member of the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia’s task forces on assessment, and invited participant in the American Association of College & Universities LEAP States Summits. Dr. Bosworth earned a B.A. and M.A. from William & Mary, and a Ph.D. from the University of Virginia.
2018 NCAIR Conference At‐A‐Glance schedule
For conference questions to Elizabeth Cooper, Program Chair, at [email protected] or 910-630-7674.
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