NASPA offers webinars as live briefings featuring the latest content on current and emerging issues from student affairs professionals for student affairs professionals. Live briefings are 60-minute virtual learning forums for student affairs educators to both present and engage in timely, critical content that supports the work of our profession.
NASPA is currently accepted proposals through November 1, 2021 for live briefings to occur in the Winter 2022 Cycle. We are seeking proposals on topics that specifically align with one, or both, of the Association's strategic focus areas in:
All proposals will be reviewed for quality, relationship to the strategic focus areas above, diversity of topics and institutions, and expertise of presenters. Those proposals accepted as NASPA live briefings will then occur between January 1 and March 31, 2022.
Please read below for information about future cycles, additional focus areas, and proposal submission deadlines.
Spring 2022 Cycle
Proposals Due: January 1, 2022
Live Briefings Offered: April 1-June 30, 2022
NASPA plans to continue to accept proposals after this cycle completes in all focus areas: equity, inclusion, and social justice; policy and advocacy; health, safety, and well-being; supporting the profession; career and workforce development; student financial wellness; civic learning and democratic engagement; and student success.
Submit a Proposal
NASPA is currently seeking proposals from current members for the Winter 2022 Cycle on topics related to the strategic focus areas of Career and Workforce Development; and Student Financial Wellness. Proposals submitted by November 1, 2021 will be reviewed by the NASPA Virtual Learning and Engagement team. Selected proposals will be identified by December, and scheduled to occur as NASPA Association-wide live briefings beginning January 1, 2022.
We welcome any questions you have about this NASPA virtual learning opportunity, including regarding how to submit a proposal. Please contact Joseph DeSanto Jones, NASPA assistant vice president for student affairs organizational development, with any questions.