Summits

African American Black Male Summit (Feb. 10, 6:15 p.m.)
This workshop is designed to continue and elevate the unique dialogue regarding critical issues confronting African American/Black Male Student Conduct Administrators. For more than ten years we have been sounding the alarm for African American/Black Male professionals and students. Our society and campuses continues to make choices that alarm the health, safety, and equity of all faculty, staff, and students. A significant component of this process is the continued reevaluation of the critical issues we face as African American/Black Male professionals. The climate of our universities continues to affirm that the African American/Black Males remains to be an endangered species. Is the academy a microcosm of society? So we will discuss survival strategies to elevate each other, and our students as significant contributors to our academic communities. This workshop is designed to engage African American/Black Male professionals in a candid discussion about critical issues facing us and our students. After identifying the critical issues, we will continue the discussion to develop strategies to address them.

Women of Color Summit (Feb. 10, 6:15 p.m.)
Women of Color face many obstacles in the field of Higher Education, Student Conduct is no exception. This summit offers Women of Color, at all levels of administration, the opportunity to discuss challenges and exchange professional and personal knowledge with new and seasoned professionals. This event offers a space for networking, celebrating diversity, and discussions that may be beneficial in the work place. It also provides an opportunity for recognition and overall successes of women colleagues throughout the profession.

Queer Summit (Feb. 11, 6:15 p.m.)
The Queer Summit is a gathering of LGBTQIA+ identified conference attendees and their allies focused on connecting, networking, and collaborating together around topics related to the Gender and Sexuality Community of Practice. Please join us for the Queer Summit this year as we engage with a wonderful keynote speaker Dr. Darryl B. Holloman, VPSA at Spelman College in Atlanta. We are thrilled to hear more about his experience in the field and how our experiences can shape the work we do.