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Virtual Conferences Higher Ed Professionals Can’t Miss in 2021

Virtual Conferences Higher Ed Professionals Can’t Miss in 2021

In 2020, the world changed in ways no one in higher education anticipated. On-campus events, including class attendance, came to a halt. University staff, including faculty and advisors, displayed true grit as they worked tirelessly to serve students.

It’s 2021, and higher education is still feeling the impact of a global health crisis. Most staff and students would agree—we’re all figuring out how to live in a new normal.

Last year many annual events were canceled, including the array of conferences higher education professionals look forward to attending. Not this year! The conference calendar is complete, and many organizations have opted for a virtual format.

Don’t miss these 2021 virtual conferences for higher education professionals!

Invest in Yourself Virtual Experience

June 16, 2021

Last year, most people working in higher education put in way more hours and emotional energy to ensure students received stellar educational experiences. In 2021, people are thinking about recovery. What better way to recover from the events of 2020 than to learn how to invest in yourself?

Topics covered include, but are not limited to, both personal and workplace resiliency, stress and humor, and financial well-being.

Featured speakers include Arianna Huffington, Lorna Borenstein, Nadia Rawlinson, Paul Osincup, and Warren Buffet! In addition to the fantastic speakers, attendees will participate in fun and prize giveaways. Early registration is open now!

Don’t miss the opportunities to connect with your colleagues all over the country and go virtual!

NACAC National Conference

September 23-25, 2021

If you work in college counseling or admissions, the annual NACAC conference offers two options. Attendees will either travel to Seattle or attend virtually.

This year’s highlight of the NACAC conference is the brand-new online conference platform that runs on an AI-powered networking engine. It’s capable of customizing contact lists of both in-person and virtual attendees, allowing opportunities to connect and network.

Organizers are putting the finishing touches on conference details, but so far, we know the virtual line-up includes live streams of all main events and a choice of more than 50 sessions.

In 2019, Jabari Sellars gave the closing keynote presentation on the concept of fit and the difference between access and inclusion. We’re looking forward to more dynamic speakers in 2021.

Register now and watch for more information to come soon!

HighEdWeb 2021

October 4-5, 2021

Interested in exploring the unique issues facing digital teams in higher education? HighEdWeb 2021 is 100% online. That means you can participate from anywhere in the world.

Offering a wide range of diverse sessions, an outstanding keynote, and workshops, conference planners will also include plenty of time for networking.

Who should attend? Whether you’re a programmer, graphic designer, writer, marketing professional, or social media pro, this conference offers something for everyone.

Last year, Dr. Gabe Willis, Dean of Students at Southeastern Louisiana University, gave the keynote presentation. This year’s line-up promises to be just as engaging, so don’t forget to save the date!

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