NAC&U’s 2016 Summer Institute will take place on June 22 – 24 at Manhattan College in Riverdale, NY. This year’s theme is “Supporting Student Success through Undergraduate Research” and a main focus will be student development through undergraduate research. The skills students develop through undergraduate research — critical thinking, problem solving, communication, teamwork, questioning, tolerance for ambiguity — are skills that will be helpful to students in any profession. The Summer Institute will explore possibilities to enhance the educational experience through a holistic approach for educating undergraduate students.

Highlights of this year’s Summer Institute and Pre-Conference Meetings include:

  • Jeffrey-M.-Osborn1Specialized tracks for student affairs and civic engagement professionals
  • Faculty workload workshop with Jeffrey Osborn, Dean of Science, The College of New Jersey
  • Full day of networking and discussions for NAC&U Ambassadors on June 21
  • Convenient access to Manhattan via the #1 train from Manhattan College

Early bird registration (by April 30, 2016) is $325 per person (housing and transportation are separate). After the early bird period ends, registration will be $375 per person. Registration closes on May 25, 2016.

For more about the conference, including speakers, schedule, and travel and lodging, please visit our event pages.

To register for the Summer Institute, please click here.
Provosts, ambassadors, CEC members, and NAC&U board members should use the links sent to them via email since they will register for pre-conference meetings.)