Thank you to everyone who attended this event and helped to make it a huge success! Some conference proceedings are now available!
The last two years have created an era of uncertain financial stability. No sector of higher education has been spared the effects of the recession. New attitudes, tools, and strategies have emerged in response to current threats and opportunities.
Whether small or large, public or private, your institution can benefit from new paradigms created to address funding, resource allocation, capital investment, pedagogy, and technology based on creativity and thrift. This conference will focus on charting new courses during unprecedented challenging times.
Learn how to maintain your new course as it pertains to: your mission and core values, academic excellence, technological prowess, state-of-the-art facilities, and sense of direction.
Sharenew integrated planning and implementation strategies required for a successful future.
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This year's conference will be held at the Hyatt Regency La Jolla at Aventine. The Aventine, one of San Diego's most recognized landmarks, mixes business and pleasure by offering first-class international cuisine and quality entertainment in an urbane setting of tiled courtyards, lush gardens and cypress trees.
The Hyatt Regency was built by famed architect Michael Graves. Graves is an American architect and designer, born in Indianapolis, IN, and educated at the University of Cincinnati and at Harvard University. Graves' innate gift for drawing and painting became one of the cornerstones of his architectural talents.
Graves' major buildings include the Portland Building in Oregon, an innovative, decorative and energy-efficient structure that opened in 1982; the pastel San Juan Capistrano Regional Library built in California Spanish missionary style; and the Humana Building in Louisville, Kentucky, a pink and red granite skyscraper.