NGLA Annual Conference Call for Programs

 

The 2019 NGLA Annual Conference Call for Programs is now open!

NGLA is looking for dynamic presentations for our keynote addresses, Featured Speaker Showcase, Critical Conversation Series, and general, graduate, and professional sessions that will enhance the educational experience of the 2019 NGLA Annual Conference.

The 2019 NGLA Annual Conference is February 28, 2019 to March 3, 2019 in Hartford, CT.

All program submissions must support the NGLA Mission and Vision. Keynote address applications are due Monday, August 20, 2018 and all other program applications are due Monday, September 10, 2018.

Please direct any questions to [email protected]

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KEYNOTE ADDRESSES:

NGLA prides itself on its ability to attract speakers whom are able to challenge our attendees ranging from collegiate members to campus-based professionals to volunteers and supporters of NGLA.

Throughout the conference three keynote addresses are scheduled:

Opening Keynote | Thursday Evening (75 Minutes)

Simply put, this session sets the tone for the whole conference. This program needs to cover a topic that will apply to all attendees. Programs that are proven to be engaging/interactive are encouraged to apply for this session.

Approximate attendance: 1,000

Morning Keynote | Friday Morning (75 Minutes)

Similar to the opening keynote, this session should cover a topic that will apply to all attendees.

Approximate attendance: 1,200

Closing Keynote | Saturday Morning (60 Minutes)

This session is intended to serve as the culmination of the conference experience. This program needs to cover a topic that will apply to all attendees. Programs that are proven to be reflective are encouraged to apply for this session.

Approximate attendance: 1,200

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CRITICAL CONVERSATION SERIES:

Friday Morning (90 Minutes)

Started in 2018, the Critical Conversation Series is a series of presentations intended to engage the audience with topics that are viewed as “critical” to fraternity and sorority life in today’s context. Topics may be either broad or specific and presenters are expected to engage with the audience. The program format should be approximately 60 minutes of content with the remaining time available for in-session application of concepts. Facilitated activities may include peer-to-peer interaction, experience based activities, reflection exercises, etc.

Approximate attendance: 100 - 250

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FEATURED SPEAKER SHOWCASE:

Saturday Morning (60 Minutes)

A staple of the NGLA Annual Conference, the Featured Speaker Showcase is targeted toward a collegiate member audience. Topics may be either broad or specific and sessions are offered as mini “keynotes” or “learning experiences” to a smaller audience.

Approximate attendance: 150 - 300

 

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