2018-11-20

NASPA LAC 3rd International Student Affairs Conference- “Wellbeing and Student Health” and 8th FIDAE

June 19 – June 21, 2019
Monterrey, México

NASPA LAC, in conjunction with the Tecnológico de Monterrey - Campus Monterrey, is organizing the Third International Student Affairs Conference: Wellness and Student Health and 8th International Student Affairs Forum (FIDAE).

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The International Conference "Wellness and Student Health" is an annual meeting for directors and teams of student affairs professionals in higher education, to discuss proposals, learn better practices, as well as network with participants from all over the world. This is a platform to discuss and learn about experiences from Chilean and foreign institutions in various fields of student affairs, in order to create an effective exchange of knowledge and experiences among other global participants. 

The 2019 NASPA LAC Third International Student Affairs Conference: Wellness and Student Health and 8th FIDAE is aimed at directors, academics, professionals, and government workers who are involved in policy, planning development, management, and solving problems that relate to student affairs.

 

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Latin America and Caribbean (LAC)

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This event is most likely to influence these groups.


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Call for Programs

We seek to have content from different presentations that are relevant to the professional development of academics, directors, and professionals who are part of the student affairs community from higher education institutions. 

The presentation should refer to the following questions that will guide participants such as:

1. What is the problem that the presentor wishes to solve?

2. What methods were used to solve the given problem?

3. What were the main factors that were both successful and unsuccessful of the initiative implemented?

4. What are some threats and/or problems that one would face when initiating a specific challenge?

5. What results did it have?

It is important that all presentations discuss problems that already have results, and not ideas in progress without a conclusion. Theoretical aspects can be introduced only to the extent that they are directly related to the understanding of the problem addressed in the presentation.

The deadline for submitting call for programs will be February and March 2019.



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Writing Tips

Looking for tips on writing an effective NASPA proposal? See sample submissions and formatting tips in our Program Submission Guidelines.

Questions?

Please contact NASPA if you have any further questions about submitting a program proposal for the NASPA LAC 3rd International Student Affairs Conference- “Wellbeing and Student Health” and 8th FIDAE.

Enrique Lara-Nuño


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