Build Your Planning Effectiveness HERE.
Register now to participate in SCUP’s robust annual, international conference education program that will present practical solutions and applications, fresh approaches, and best planning practices. Our annual, international conference provides interactive programs that engage with tangible, precise takeaways to build your effectiveness with all your planning stakeholders.
Reasons Why You Should Attend
- Discover ways to build your planning effectiveness, and use limited campus resources efficiently.
- Exchange ideas with peers who face the same unique planning challenges that you do.
More Than 115 Educational Sessions and Intensive Workshops
Topical areas include:
- Leading Through Disruptive Change
- Institutional / Educational Effectiveness
- Stewardship of Resources
- Engagement and Inclusiveness in the Planning Process
- IT and the Learning Environment
- Environmental Sustainability
Plenary Session Presenters Announced!
Sunday, July 13, 2014: Nancy Zimpher, Chancellor, State University of New York (SUNY)
Chancellor Zimpher leads the largest comprehensive system (64 campuses) of public higher education in the nation under a single governing board.
Monday, July 14, 2014: Clay Shirky, Teacher, Writer and Consultant
Clay Shirky is the author of two books on social media: Cognitive Surplus: Creativity and Generosity in a Connected Age, and Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing Without Organizations. From his recent blog: “The biggest threat those of us working in colleges and universities face isn’t video lectures or online tests. It’s the fact that we live in institutions perfectly adapted to an environment that no longer exists.”
Tuesday, July 15, 2014: Jeff Selingo, Author, Columnist, and Speaker
Jeff Selingo was one of the top editors to The Chronicle of Higher Education, where he still contributes. He’s the author of College (Un)Bound: The Future of Higher Education and What It Means for Students.
Integrated Planning: Ideas and Practices That Break Down Silos
SCUP supports integrated planning, which links vision, priorities, people, and resources across the campus in support of the institutional mission and academic plan. It shapes and guides the entire organization as it evolves over time because all areas on campus are linked to each other. What happens in one area almost always impacts another.
Who Should Attend
Our conference attendees come from the president’s office, academic affairs, budget and financial, student affairs, capital and facilities planning—and everywhere in between. Leaders with visions for transforming higher education exist in every department. How are you transforming higher education?