April 30-May 2, 2017 in Buffalo, New York. Registration Starts at $520!
LEADING CIVILITY AND RESPECT IN YOUR INSTITUTION
Join us as we find new and creative ways to influence change, create inclusive communities and drive cultural transformation on your campus. This symposium brings together information experts and higher ed HR leaders from across the country to discuss ideas for leading civility and respect in your institution. With input from our hosts in the Eastern Region, CUPA-HR has prepared an exceptional line-up of workshops and speakers.
Dr. Maura CullenKick off the symposium on Sunday with an address from one of the nation's foremost authorities on issues of diversity and inclusion. Dr. Maura Cullen is a founding faculty member of the Social Justice Training Institute and author of 35 Dumb Things Well-Intended People Say.
Rev. Dr. Jamie WashingtonRev. Dr. Jamie Washington has served as an educator, administrator and consultant in higher education for over 32 years. He is president and founder of the Washington Consulting Group (WCG), which was named one of the Top 10 Global Diversity Consultants in the world by The Economist in 2015. Dr. Washington also serves as president of the Social Justice Training Institute.
Who Should Attend?The symposium is for anyone in higher ed who is interested in building and strengthening campus relationships and relationships with other HR professionals. Need help making your case to attend? Use this justification document to outline the benefits of attending our Higher Ed Symposium.
Hotel and Travel Information
April 30-May 2, 2017 in Buffalo, New York. Registration Starts at $440!
What our 2016 attendees said about their experiences
The CUPA-HR conferences are the best HR conferences that I have ever attended. Overall, the conference was excellent.2016 Symposium Attendee
I love the networking, the people, the opportunity to touch base with coworkers who were starting their careers at the same time I was and meeting and learning from those who have been part of this industry for years. The energy and enthusiasm of what’s being done across higher ed HR is amazing.2016 Symposium Attendee