What’s New with ADP? April 2014
ANNOUNCEMENTS & REMINDERS
- Register now for #ADPTDC14 National Meeting in Louisville (June 5-7, 2014)
- Register now for the Campus and Friends Spotlight at #ADPTDC14 National Meeting in Louisville (June 5, 2014)
- Register for ADP’s 2014 Faculty Seminar in Yellowstone National Park
HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE BLOG
On April 30, 2014 Earlybird Registration Rates for this year’s national meeting, held June 5-7 in Louisville, KY, will expire, so if you haven’t already, you should get registered by clicking here. You can read more about what this year’s national meeting has to offer, including our inaugural Day of Service, here, and you’ll find important information below about dates and registration fees and how to reserve a room at the Marriott Louisville Downtown.
In a guest post, the ADP Campus Coordinator from Georgia College, Gregg Kaufman, describes his campus’ Times Talk program, which has just entered its eighth year. Kaufman discusses some of the valuable conversations that Times Talks have facilitated on Georgia College’s campus.
Two of the nation’s leading higher education associations—the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) and the Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA)— announced a partnership with TurboVote. Through this partnership, TurboVote, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, will bring its innovative “one-stop-shop” voter engagement platform to students at college and university campuses across the country.
Two members of AASCU’s government relations division share observations and analysis gleaned from 41 governors’ State of the State addresses. Governors use these speeches as a vehicle to highlight their administration’s successes, outline state policy challenges and propose solutions to advance their vision for the state. AASCU’s Tom Harnisch and Emily Parker analyze what states have in store for higher education.
April 22: Earth Day