NJEA members from New Jersey colleges will navigate through members’ issues and interests at the annual NJEA Higher Education Conference, April 19-20, at the Princeton Marriott Hotel and Conference Center at Forrestal.
The conference begins with registration at 1 p.m., Friday, April 19, followed by seminar sessions, dinner, and the keynote address.
|Dr. Andrew Delbanco, professor of the humanities at Columbia University, will deliver the keynote address.
Delbanco to deliver keynote
Every education institution today is under pressure to do more with less. As we move into the uncertain future, are there proven principles and practices we can draw on from the past? Dr. Andrew Delbanco, professor of the humanities at Columbia University and author of College: What it Was, Is, and Should Be, will speak about the core mission of undergraduate education, and why we must strive to protect it even as we adapt it to changing times.
On Saturday, April 20, the conference continues with more seminar sessions. The conference concludes with lunch and an Association of New Jersey County College Faculty (ANJCCF) meeting at 12:45 p.m.
Seminar sessions will address the following topics:
- Treasurer's Training
- Public Relations
- Bargaining as United Locals
- Legal Issues
- Grievance Processing
- Social Media
- Working with Today’s Students
To register, fill out this form and send it to:
NJEA Higher Ed Conference
c/o Beneficial Bank
PO Box 13661
Philadelphia, PA 19101-3661
Registration is required by March 29, 2013. The cost to attend is $98 – resident (per person, double occupancy); $148 – resident (per person, single occupancy); or $68 – commuter. Please indicate if you are male or female.
Conference fee includes accommodations, meals, and materials. For additional information, call the NJEA Region 29/Higher Education office at 609-689-9580.
If you have a special physical, communication, or other disability-related need which may require assistance to permit or facilitate your attendance/participation in conference activities, call NJEA at 609-689-9580.
Information regarding conference cancellation can be heard on radio stations WCBS-AM 880 and KYW-AM 1060, can be found on our website, www.njea.org, and can be heard on the NJEA hotline by calling 800-866-NJEA (6532).