“Plan for Transformation” | July 12–16, 2014 | Pittsburgh, PA
Call for Proposals
Call for Proposals Update
The Call for Proposals is now closed. The deadline was Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2013, 11:59 PM EST.
Thank you for your submissions this year!
How are YOU Transforming Higher Education?
Higher education is on the cusp of major transformative changes impacting every sector of the campus. Share your ideas fostering purposeful change through your planning processes, strategies, or entrepreneurial approach.
Engage and Excite at SCUP-49!
We are looking for interactive programs that engage audiences and provide tangible, precise takeaways. Our audiences want to understand the why, how, and what, as well as apply the information you share.
How to Submit Your Proposal
Explore the presentation formats below and click on the link to learn more!
Fire Up! (inspire or teach us with 20 slides in 6 minutes and 40 seconds)
Workshops (Intensive deep dives of 3.5, 5, or 7 hours)
Topics to Think About:
Disruptive Change: How are you experimenting or adapting to the forces and pace of change in higher education?
Institutional/Educational Effectiveness: How are increasing requirements for accountability driving your strategic and academic planning, and decisions enhancing institutional effectiveness?
A Focus on the Student: How are you enhancing the student learning experience?
Stewardship of Resources: How are you managing in an era of new financial realities - form fiscal strategies and development of new revenue sources, to risk sharing, enrollment strategies, and management of your physical resources?
Engagement and Inclusiveness in the Planning Process: What kind of collaborations and partnerships are enhancing and strengthening colleges and their degree programs?
IT and the Classroom: How is technology impacting pedagogy and teaching models? What is the impact on the learning space?
Environmental Sustainability: Are there new discoveries and developments around campus sustainability initiatives?
Leadership: How does integrated planning lead to better decision making and promote better results?