Annual Meeting Program Committee—San Francisco 2018
Erich van Rijn, California, Chair (erich DOT vanrijn AT ucpress DOT edu)
Kim Bryant, North Carolina
Chris Cosner, Stanford
Susan Donnelly, Harvard
Bridget Flannery-McCoy, Columbia
Dan Williams, TCU
Nicole Mitchell, Washington
Central Office Liaison
General Objective: Organize the program and procure speakers/panellists/moderators for the 2018 Annual Meeting.
- Schedule an informal meeting during the AAUP 2017 Annual Meeting and a formal one-day meeting of the Committee in early fall 2017 to brainstorm topics and speakers for the sessions and divide up responsibilities for various panels and plenaries.
- To the maximum extent possible, draw on the unique technology talent and resources located in the San Francisco Bay Area in creating programs for the meeting
- Continue to develop and support Collaboration Labs.
- Within existing constraints (time, resources, contractual obligations to hotel), incorporate alternative session formats (e.g., unmeetings, vendor forums)
- Attract individuals from beyond the AAUP community – both as speakers and attendees.
- Establish a draft program schedule by October 2017. Provide outline of the program in an October report to the Board. Recruit program speakers by February 2018.
- Submit a proposed allocation of the speakers’ budget to the Central Office by February 2018.
- Develop speaker/facilitator guidelines to ensure expectations are clearly communicated and sessions are sufficiently interactive.
- Design a logo for the meeting.
- Provide copy for preliminary program by February 1, 2018, and a final printed program by May 1, 2018, or other dates provided by the Central Office.
- Work with the Central Office to help market the Annual Meeting.
- Work with the Central Office to attract sponsors for the Annual Meeting.
- Make a progress report to the AAUP Board in time for its November, March, and June meetings; the March report should include the preliminary program.
- Review your General Objective and Specific Tasks, and recommend changes for next year to the Executive Director.
Committee Reports and Projects
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