Registration Open for ADP National Meeting: June 7-9, 2012 | San Antonio, TX
By Jen Domagal-Goldman, National Manager, American Democracy Project
Registration is now open for the American Democracy Project’s 10th annual national meeting June 7-9, 2012 in San Antonio, Texas. You’ll find important information below about dates and registration fees, how to reserve a room at the Marriott Rivercenter, and about how to submit a proposal.
Each year, the American Democracy Project National Meeting brings together a community of individuals committed to civic renewal. This year we celebrate our 10th anniversary by reflecting on our most successful programs and initiatives, while also envisioning together new signature pedagogies and practices to strengthen our democracy. In a time of bitter partisanship and deep concerns about the future of our country, our work today is more important now than ever!
Our community college colleagues from The Democracy Commitment will join us in San Antonio as we again blend our annual meetings. Knowing that fifty percent of AASCU students come to us from community colleges, we look forward to enriching conversations about ways we can better work together to ensure that higher education is producing informed, engaged citizens for our democracy.
Registration Open for Annual Meeting
June 7-9, 2012 | Marriott Rivercenter | San Antonio, Texas
Civic Engagement 2.0: Re-Imagining, Strengthening & Deepening Our Civic Work
Registration for the American Democracy Projects 10th annual national meeting is now open. The annual meeting begins on Thursday, June 7 with day-long pre-conference workshops and an opening plenary at 4 p.m. The meeting culminates with a closing speaker followed by a closing reception from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday, June 9.
The registration fee includes all program sessions and materials; wine and cheese reception on Thursday; breakfast on Friday; breakfast, lunch and closing reception on Saturday; and refreshments at all breaks.
Individual fee: $545
Register as an individual if only one person from your campus is attending
Team Member Registration Fee: $485
If more than one person from your campus is attending the ADP meeting, you may use the Team Member Registration Fee.
Student Registration Fee: $395
You may also contact Felicia Durham at (202) 478-4673 to register for this meeting.
Reserve your room at our special group rate by May 15, 2012!
101 Bowie Street
San Antonio, Texas 78205 USA
Hotel accommodations for the 2012 ADP/TDC National Meeting can be booked directly with the hotel by calling 800-648-4462 and referring to the group rate for the American Association of State Colleges and Universities American Democracy Project National Meeting.
You may also reserve your room online
The special conference rate is $185 (single/double) plus 16.75% tax (current tax rate may change). To obtain this rate, you must call the hotel by May 15, 2012.
Check-in at the hotel is at 4 p.m. and check-out is at Noon.
Public areas and guest rooms are equipped with wireless, high-speed internet.
On-site parking fee: $25/day; valet parking fee: $33/day.
Call for Proposals
Due March 12, 2012
Civic Engagement 2.0: Re-Imagining, Strengthening and Deepening Our Civic Work
The theme for this year’s meeting, Civic Engagement 2.0: Re-Imagining, Strengthening and Deepening Our Civic Work, is inspired by web 2.0 applications (e.g., social media, blogs, Wikis) that are not only the next iteration of an existing application, but also facilitate collaboration, information sharing, and user-centered design. The theme poses the following set of questions: How can we make existing civic education and engagement efforts more student and citizen centered? What can we do to make ADP and TDC more interactive, participative and discovery driven? How can we harness new technologies to engage more students and/or to make our teaching and programming more effective? During our meeting in San Antonio, we will explore innovative ways in which to advance our civic work.
The 2012 meeting will be an outstanding program, with approximately 350 attendees, including provosts, other administrators, faculty members, students and community partners. The conference structure includes four plenary sessions, a set of featured speaker presentations and a series of concurrent sessions with multiple presenters.