2022 NGLA Annual Conference Call for Programs

In June, NGLA announced the decision to expand the format of the 2022 NGLA Annual Conference to an in-person experience in Baltimore, MD as well as a virtual experience. The applications are * separate *

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VIRTUAL EXPERIENCE | February 19, 2022

Join us for an afternoon of virtual programming focused on peer-to-peer learning! Not a student and would like to present an engaging program for undergraduates that works well for a virtual environment? We also welcome submissions from professionals!

The afternoon of Saturday, February 19, 2022, participants can choose from 16+ hours of programming, with most sessions led by undergraduate and graduate students. With a peer-to-peer education model, participants will share ideas and connect with student leaders across the region who may have faced similar challenges. This also offers student leaders a platform to share success stories and help others apply what they have learned from their experiences. Professionals, this is a great opportunity to collaborate on a program with your students to share the wonderful work that’s happening on your campus!

NGLA is looking for dynamic 45-minute programs for undergraduates to be presented live during the Virtual Experience of the 2022 NGLA Annual Conference. Strong program proposals engage participants with interactive in-session application of concepts. Program submissions must support the NGLA Mission and Vision.

Applications are due Monday, October 25 at 11:59pm ET. All presenters are required to register for the 2022 NGLA Annual Conference.

Please direct questions about educational programming during the Virtual Experience to [email protected].

Apply for Virtual Experience

 

IN-PERSON EXPERIENCE | February 24 - 27, 2022 in Baltimore, MD

NGLA is looking for dynamic presentations for our Lectorials on C.H.A.N.G.E. as well as undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs to be presented live during the In-Person Experience of the 2022 NGLA Annual ConferenceProgram submissions must support the NGLA Mission and Vision.

Applications are due Monday, September 20 at 11:59pm ET. All presenters are required to register for the 2022 NGLA Annual Conference.

Please direct questions to [email protected].

Apply for In-Person Experience

 

LECTORIALS ON C.H.A.N.G.E.

Friday Afternoon (90 Minutes)

* New * Lectorials on C.H.A.N.G.E. is a series of lectorials focused on Cancel Culture, Hazardous Behavior, Accessibility, Navigating Title IX, Generating Buy-in, Emotional Intelligence. Presentations must be centered on the those topics and be relevant to students from all organizations. A lectorial is a large-scale educational program underpinned by active student-centered learning, utilizing inquiry-based and adult learning as methodologies of teaching and learning, and involving collaborative and interactive activities in place of traditional didactic lectures and tutorials.

The program format should be approximately 40 minutes of content, 40 minutes of facilitated conversation, and 10 minutes for closing. The facilitated conversation will include reflection exercises, peer-to-peer interaction, etc.

UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION PROGRAMMING

Friday and Saturday (60 Minutes)

Topics for undergraduate education programs may be either broad or specific and should be applicable to a wide variety of conference attendees. Successful programs for the NGLA Virtual Conference include, but are not limited to, academic achievement, personal development and wellness, chapter development, service to others, fraternal values, health and safety (risk and harm reduction), recruitment and intake, diversity, inclusion & accessibility, and life after college.

GRADUATE EDUCATION PROGRAMMING

Friday and Saturday (60 Minutes)

Topics for Graduate Education Programming may be either broad or specific but must focus on the needs of graduate student attendees. The program format should be approximately 60 minutes of content.

PROFESSIONALS EDUCATION PROGRAMMING

Friday (60 Minutes)

Topics for Professionals Education Programming may be either broad or specific but must focus on the needs of professional staff attendees. The program format should be approximately 60 minutes of content. Professional staff attendees may range in experience from new to seasoned professionals and may be campus-based professionals or (inter)national office staff.

PROFESSIONALS WORKSHOP

Friday and Saturday (90 Minutes)

The Professionals Workshop offers an opportunity for professionals to engage on topics viewed as integral or of emerging importance to the field of fraternity and sorority affairs. Program proposals may be either broad or specific but must focus on the needs of professional staff attendees. The program format should be approximately 60 minutes of content with the remaining time available for in-session application of concepts. Professional staff attendees may range in experience from new to seasoned professionals and may be campus-based professionals or (inter)national office staff.

Please direct questions to [email protected].