NASPA Student Affairs Fundraising and External Relations Conference

The NASPA Student Affairs Fundraising and External Relations Conference, organized by the NASPA will take place from 20th July to the 22nd July 2014 at the Omni Houston Hotel in Houston, USA. The conference will cover areas like Open to All Educators in North Dakota and Has Been Designed to Provide Quality Professional Development and Best Practices in Indian Education.

Schedule & Agenda

20-22 Jul 2014

12:00 AM -12:15 PM


20 Jul, 2014

09:00 AM -12:00 AM

Pre-Conference Sessions

20 Jul, 2014

02:00 PM -03:00 PM

Opening Session: Fundraising & External Relations: Your Competitive Advantage

resident - North Dakota State University

20 Jul, 2014

03:15 PM -04:15 PM

Donor Panel

20 Jul, 2014

04:15 PM -05:30 AM

General Session - Donor Engagement and Communication

Visiting Assistant Professor - University of Nevada, Las Vegas

20 Jul, 2014

05:45 PM -07:00 PM

Networking Reception

Sponsored by the University of Houston

21 Jul, 2014

12:00 AM -01:30 PM

Provided Lunch

21 Jul, 2014

08:30 AM -10:30 AM

Opening Keynote & Workshop

21 Jul, 2014

10:30 AM -10:45 AM

Coffee Break

21 Jul, 2014

10:45 AM -12:00 AM

Telling the Student Affairs Story

Sara Hartley, Assistant to the Vice President for External Affairs & Executive Director, First Year Experience & Parent Programs - University of Alabama

21 Jul, 2014

01:45 PM -02:45 PM

Concurrent Session I

Open for Business? Unlock the Secrets of a Successful New Fundraising Shop / Transitioning from Parent Engagement to Parent Giving

21 Jul, 2014

03:00 PM -04:00 PM

Concurrent Sessions II

Development vs. Student Affairs Perceptions of an Emerging Minority Serving Institution / Constructing Strategic Alliances across the Campus Community

21 Jul, 2014

04:15 PM -05:30 PM

General Session - A Paradigm Shift: Student Affairs Programming and the Annual Fund

DeShanna Brown, Director of Development - Louisiana State UniversityThere are unique opportunities and challenges to running an annual giving program within a Unit, particularly if you are in a decentralized development shop. This session will give some tips on maximizing the return on your efforts, as well as other strategies to generate revenue for student affairs programs and initiatives utilizing affinity groups.

21 Jul, 2014

05:30 PM -06:30 PM

Optional Dinner/Evening Activity

22 Jul, 2014

08:30 AM -09:30 AM

Concurrent Session III

George Zeno, Executive Director of Student Affairs Philanthropy - UC BerkeleyIf you took a picture of a group of your donors, how visible are minorities? Discover what you need to do to engage minority communities while steering clear of common cultural hurdles and political pitfalls. Assess whether you, your department or campus provide minority prospects and alumni with a welcoming environment to explore philanthropy. Develop the baseline of knowledge to better engage minority and LGBT communities in your programs without placing them in the “diversity box”.

22 Jul, 2014

09:45 AM -10:45 AM

Roundtable Discussion

22 Jul, 2014

10:45 AM -11:00 AM

Coffee Break

22 Jul, 2014

11:00 AM -12:00 AM

Best Practices Discussion

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