NACUBO - National Association of College & University Bussiness Officers Annual Meeting 2017

Event contact title
Exhibits Manager
Event contact first name
Gloria
Event contact last name
Nehemiah
Email
gloria.nehemiah@nacubo.org
Event contact telephone number
202-861-2555
Description
The NACUBO 2017 Annual Meeting, "Currents of Collaboration," will focus on the power of higher education and the role of the chief business officer in navigating connections and steering diverse teams toward a shared vision for the future. Minneapolis is known for its multiple waterways and lush landscape as well as its cultural life and integral link to the global economy. From the natural power of a waterfall to the thoughtful approach to city planning, Minneapolis mirrors higher education's ability to inspire innovation. The NACUBO Annual Meeting equips CBOs with the education, networking opportunities, and resources to build strategic collaborations and alliances within their campus community.
Attendee information
Why Attend: The NACUBO Annual Meeting is the place for networking, information gathering, education and entertainment. Built around the theme “Currents of Collaboration,” the annual meeting will focus on the power of higher education and the role of the chief business officer in navigating connections and steering diverse teams toward a shared vision for the future. The multi-disciplinary program features an impressive roster of speakers. You'll hear from authors, journalists, attorneys and tech experts, as well as from your fellow business officers representing colleges and universities across the country and internationally. You'll return home with countless ways to foster, implement and support change initiatives on your campus.

Partner Voices

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