April 9, 2013
The Higher Education Web Professionals Association is pleased to announce the appointment of four new members to its Board of Directors: Sven Aas (Mount Holyoke College); Sara Clark (Missouri State University); Seth Meranda (University of Nebraska-Lincoln); and Tonya Oaks Smith (UALR William H. Bowen School of Law). We’re very pleased that these great higher ed Web professionals have joined us to share their vision and leadership, and we thank them for our service.
For more on the full HighEdWeb Board of Directors, including a listing of officers, visit our “About HighEdWeb” page.
This year marks our biggest year yet for HighEdWeb Regional Conferences. HighEdWeb New England was held on March 18 and was a fantastic success, with 150 attendees attending 23 presentation sessions (watch Link for more coverage– .ed). Next, late April brings us HighEdWeb Florida, followed by HighEdWeb Michigan in May, HighEdWeb West in June, and – wrapping up our Regionals for the season – HighEdWeb Arkansas in July. We hope you’ll be able to make it to the Regional happening in your area this summer.
Hosting a Regional is intense and rewarding, and we want you to find out how great it is firsthand: Submit a proposal by April 30 to host a Spring 2014 regional conference in your area of the world. The 2014 regional conference schedule will be announced at the HighEdweb annual conference this October, so get going – we want HighEdWeb to come to your town!
HighEdWeb is looking forward to our Annual Conference, to be held on October 6-9, 2013 in Buffalo, NY. We hope you’ll save the date to join us in the Queen City for six presentation tracks, world-class keynotes, our signature poster session and more. HighEdWeb is truly the conference by and for all of higher education Web professionals – at all levels, in all areas – who want to explore the unique Web issues facing colleges and universities.
Be a part of the conference, share your knowledge AND earn a registration discount: the 2013 HighEdWeb Call for Proposals is now open! We’re accepting 45-minute track sessions proposals until April 12, and poster proposals until July 1 – send your ideas in today!
Interested in getting more involved in HighEdWeb? Contact HighEdWeb Vice President Colleen Brennan-Barry to talk about opportunities.