WASFAA Fall 2020 Conference
November 2 - 6, 2020
Virtual via Cisco WebEx
Registration is now closed.
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We have many great things planned for the Fall Conference.
Looking for more session descriptions and details? Check out our agenda in Whova here!
The tentative agenda is posted here, but remember we still have many things in the works!
The main theme of the conference, Bridging Alliance and Creating Knowledge (BACK), is intentionally addressing WASFAA goals to focus on diversity, building partnerships, and creating allies within our communities. The phrase we reference to embody our feeling of the conference theme is "Ubuntu," a Nguni Bantu term meaning "humanity." It is often translated as "I am because we are," or "humanity towards others" but is often used in a more philosophical sense to mean "the belief in a universal bond of sharing that connects all humanity."
Bringing us BACK together in a world of virtual experiences. Our conference is bringing us BACK together for opportunities of connection. These connections will allow time to reflect on our own identities, create meaningful impact, and link partnerships to form a powerful network in which our students can succeed.
We're bringing the conference to you with the help of Cisco WebEx! We'll also be utilizing the app Whova to keep us all connected! Click the button below to download it!
Click here to see our Social Wall in Whova! The Social wall will have reminders and invitations as well as our sponsors and partners scrolling through. It is a fun way to help our attendees get excited for the conference! When the conference starts it will also be on the Whova page.
Lauren Carson - Waukesha County Technical College; Stephanie Cascio - Gateway Technical College; Vicki Gack - Marian University; Jill Gosse - Sallie Mae; Matt Lehmann - SoFi; Ben Wilkes - UW Oshkosh; Laura Zuege - Lawrence University