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Deadline Approaching for Innovations 2005 Call for Proposals


The League for Innovation is accepting proposals to present at INNOVATIONS 2005, 
March 6-9, 2005 at the New York Marriott Marquis
https://www.league.org/i2005/index.html

Hosted by: Monroe Community College and Queensborough Community College

DEADLINE for submitting proposals: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2004

The new procedure at Monroe Community College requires the submission of any presentation proposal to the vice presidents and approval by the College prior to the submission of the proposal to the League.  Submit your proposal to your vice president by September 13.  You will be notified of the proposal status in order that you may submit it to the League by the submission deadline of September 17.  (You can then submit your proposal online at https://www.league.org/i2005/cfp/cfp.cfm)

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The Innovations 2005 Conference will be held at the New York Marriott
Marquis. The hotel is just steps from Times Square in the heart of the
Theater District and within walking distance of Fifth Avenue shopping,
Lincoln Center, Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, and Carnegie Hal

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The Innovations conference incorporates ideas, initiatives, and
inspirations from seven key streams into the broader conference goal of
encouraging and facilitating student and organizational learning through
innovation, experimentation, and institutional transformation.

Innovations 2005 CONFERENCE STREAMS:

* Learning and Teaching
* Leadership and Organization
* Workforce Preparation and Development
* Student Services and Activities
* Basic Skills and Developmental Education
* Resource Development and Foundation Management
* Research, Assessment, and Accountability
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Key Innovations 2005 features:

* Invited Keynotes: The Honorable Hillary Clinton, U.S. Senate; James Zull,
Author,    The Art of Changing the Brain; Ruth Simmons, President, Brown
University
* 2000+ attendees exchanging latest innovative practices in community
colleges
* Learning Center Courses on leading-edge topics granting Continuing
Education Units (CEUs)
* Extensive exhibition of educational resources and services from League
Corporate Partners
* Engaging keynotes, forums, special sessions, and poster sessions
addressing critical issues facing community college educators
* Email and Internet Lab
* Roundtable Discussions offering a more personal setting for exchanging
ideas
* The opportunity to exchange ideas with hundreds of colleagues during
receptions, coffee and refreshment breaks, and after-hours gatherings

Hotel and travel information available at:
https://www.league.org/i2005/travel.html

For more information contact:
Rochelle Gordon
Meeting Planner
480-705-8200, x232 voice
mailto:gordon@league.org
 

Dr. Susan Salvador
Office for Student Services
09/10/2004