9th Annual Student Affairs Research Symposium at University of Michigan
The Division of Student Affairs at the University of Michigan is pleased to announce Deconstructing Theory to Practice: The Ninth Annual Student Affairs Research Symposium on 16 May 2012. The 2012 Student Affairs Research Symposium invites presentations from staff, students, and faculty on topics related to issues of theory to practice in our work with students.
Our Eric Dey Memorial Keynote Speaker is Philip Hanlon, Provost and Executive Vice President of the University of Michigan. We are privileged to welcome Provost Hanlon as he discusses his reflections on the future of the University, and look forward to his talk punctuating a great Symposium of sessions.
REGISTRATION IS OPEN NOW AT OUR NEW WEBSITE: http://studentaffairs.umich.edu/research
Our new website will provide for greater future sharing of research and assessment across the Division, and we look forward to your active engagement through this site in the days following the Research Symposium.
We invite our colleagues at institutions across the nation to share their research and dilemmas, to build a true dialogue around the application of theory to practice and the ways that practice shapes theory.
Registration lasts through 11 May 2012
If you have questions, please contact us. This promises to be an exciting day of conversations and collaboration with our colleagues, both within the University of Michigan’s Division of Student Affairs and from student affairs areas nationally.