Proposal Application for the 2023 TWHE Conference: Discovering Your Leadership Playlist
The TWHE 2023 Conference Committee is seeking session presenters to engage attendees in conversations focused on research-based innovations, leading “on the fly”, empowering leadership, and the newest trends for all work groups on our college or university campuses.
We invite proposals to present at the TWHE Annual Conference that relate to one of the four conference themes described below. You may submit one or more proposal.
Proposals are due on December 2, 2022. Submissions will be reviewed by the concurrent sessions committee and notifications will be sent out in January 2023.
TWHE Concurrent Session Themes
Alternative: As a music genre, alternative makes its distinction by being different than the mainstream. What are the newest research-based innovations in higher education? Consider what strategies are being implemented on your campus in areas such as recruiting, retention, student success, teaching & learning platforms & delivery, technology programs, staff development, and workforce development.
Jazz: When jazz musicians improvise, they play a melody created on the spot. We, too, are often asked to make decisions and answer questions on the spot. Consider “hallway conversations”, on the spot instructional coaching, or leading through a crisis or change.
Musicals: A production involving actors, musicians, set crew, lighting, and lots more! An educational institution, like a musical, cannot happen without the people behind the curtain. Consider important and timely topics for all the workgroups & departments on the college or university campus.
Rock & Roll: Rock &Roll can be loud, edgy, empowering, and “in your face.” Consider topics such as salary negotiations, conflict management, empowering self-talk, career advancement, working in teams and advocating for self.