Higher Education Industry Track

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Higher Education Community Events at ATD 2019

Student Welcome

Monday, May 20
9:45-10:30 a.m. (immediately following the keynote session)

All Students: Pick up your student nametag ribbon, learn about ATD student resources and how to maximize your conference experience, grab some coffee & pastries, and network with fellow students before heading to the EXPO.

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Talent Development Professionals Session

Tuesday, May 21
4:15-5:15 p.m.

Members of the higher education community attending ATD 2019 are invited for coffee, conversation, and a session covering topics unique to the needs of talent development professionals in a college or university setting. Share best practices and learn from your peers. This year we'll be focusing on public policy as it relates to higher ed, the skills gap, and workforce development. (Seating is limited, so pre-registration is encouraged, but not required.)

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Who Should Attend?

  • Talent development practitioners working for an institution of higher learning (universities, colleges, and community colleges in the United States and abroad)
  • Talent development professionals (HR, employee development, faculty/staff development)
  • Faculty teaching talent development-related courses/interested in professional development and bridging the skills gap

Additional Opportunities

PhD Students: Interested in sharing your dissertation research or connecting with a faculty member in an informal mentorship capacity? We'd like to provide you the opportunity to connect with faculty at the conference.

Faculty: Likewise, would you be interested in informally mentoring a doctoral student at the conference and giving them an opportunity to run their dissertation research by you?

Please contact Erin Strider, sr. project manager, at estrider@td.org.

Conference Registration: Join us for ATD 2019 at www.atdconference.org/register.

Discounted student rates are available. Faculty and staff of state institutions may be eligible for a government rate. All higher ed events are free for registered conference attendees.