Connect 2017, July 18-29

Conference Schedule

Tuesday, July 18

* Schedule is subject to change

9:00 am - 12:00 noon

Pre-Conference Sessions

12:00 noon - 1:30 pm

Welcome Luncheon

1:45 pm - 2:45 pm

Educational Session 1

Tuesday
1:45 - 2:45 PM | San Antonio A

Campus Adoption: Leveraging Value Pieces and Creating Key Partnerships

No matter what platform your campus uses, student adoption and campus buy-in is a top priority. Come hear from two campuses, University at Buffalo and University of Wisconsin at Whitewater.,—They’ll discuss how they’ve leveraged value pieces of their platform to create a campus culture of usage, simplify their students’ experience, and created lasting, key partnerships across campus.

Presented By: Britani Pruner - UBLinked Coordinator, University at Buffalo
Kimberly Clarksen - Assistant Director of Career & Leadership Development, University of Wisconsin- Whitewater

Tuesday
1:45 - 2:45 PM | San Antonio B

Co-Curricular Paths: From Concept to Execution

Students have more options than ever when it comes to customizing their on-campus experience. More and more campuses are creating co-curricular paths to encourage students’ involvement in experiences outside of the classroom. These programs not only showcase the variety and depth of opportunities, but also help students become more connected to campus. Campus Labs staff will demonstrate how the co-curricular tool allows campuses to measure and document the co-curricular experiences that extend beyond classroom learning.

Presented By: Wes McCormack - Consultant, Campus Labs
Katie Felton - Consultant, Campus Labs

Tuesday
1:45 - 2:45 PM | State Room 1

From CONNECT to ENGAGE: Campus-Wide Curriculums

Curriculums are not just about credits and courses. While Academic and Student Affairs can have different missions common ground is found in engaging students. This session will address how Rowan University partnered across campus to implement co-curricular paths in leadership programs, student success initiatives, and an academic college.  All of these leveraged the Paths feature to foster student engagement, increase student learning, all towards a common goal of student success.

Presented By: Katherine Kealey - Assistant Director, Rowan University
Dr. Drew Tinnin - Senior Director, Rowan University

Tuesday
1:45 - 2:45 PM | State Room 3

Promoting CORQ as your primary events calendar

SUNY Oneonta went from zero users in March 2016 to 1,864 by February 2017. Move-in day, orientation, and general marketing all played a role but it also took a willingness to give up other platforms that were keeping campus members from having a single comprehensive calendar. Learn about the benefits and challenges of pursuing a single comprehensive campus calendar.

Presented By: Bill Harcleroad - Director of Campus Activities, SUNY Oneonta

3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Educational Session 2

Tuesday
3:00 - 4:30 PM | San Antonio B

Branching Out! Adding Administrative Branches to your Engage Community

Creating a full campus community can help give other offices or departments more autonomy and control within Engage.  From distinct event request processes, position templates, reporting capabilities, and more, Administrative Branches can help distribute admin responsibilities across your community.  Come to this session to learn the features and functionality of a multi-branch community.

Presented By: Eric Gudmunson - Consultant, Campus Labs
Melissa LaRosa - Regional Manager, Campus Labs

Tuesday
3:00 - 4:30 PM | State Room 1

Fostering Campus-Wide Collaboration in Risk Management

Winner of a 2017 NASPA Best Practice in Preparation Activities award, the Event Permitting & Planning Committee at Florida State University is a collaboration between 25 campus partners. Learn how Campus Labs software has helped streamline their permitting process, bring more voices to the table, and better educate their students.

Presented By: Matthew Corbett - Student Program Coordinator, Florida State University

Tuesday
3:00 - 4:30 PM | San Antonio A

George Mason University's "Patriot Experience"

The Patriot Experience at George Mason University (Fairfax, VA) captures student involvement beyond the classroom through four pathways: Career Readiness, Civic Learning & Community Engagement, Global & Multicultural Competency, and Well-Being. This session tours the Patriot Experience, a series of co-curricular paths within our student engagement platform, explores how it was built, and includes a live demonstration of Mason's Co-Curriculum with an interactive Q&A.

Presented By: Rebecca Keatinge - Graduate Professional Assistant, George Mason University

Tuesday
3:00 - 4:30 PM | State Room 2

CCT, CSR, CCR: The Alphabet Soup of Student Involvement Records

Has your institution tried, succeeded, or even failed at articulating student involvement in a transcript, credential, or other official record? Join us for a facilitated activity and discussion about the role of student involvement professionals in higher education’s efforts to create a comprehensive student record. Participation in the workshop will require attendees to reflect on personal experience participating in, administering, or developing a student involvement record. This session will be open to a limited number of attendees to allow for effective group interaction

Presented By: Kevin Kruger - President, NASPA
Annemieke Rice - Vice President, Campus Success, Campus Labs

Downloadable slide deck coming soon!

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Keynote Presentation by Dr. Kevin Kruger

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Opening Reception

See Wednesday’s Schedule