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- Includes Texas A&M Institutional Partner feature, NAMEPA 2017 National Conference Save the Date and Abstract Submission, 2016 NAMEPA Highlights and Award Recipients, a new NAMEPA Hot Topic about engineering student support centers, and Elections Process Announcement (conducted over March/April)
- Workshop Track: Outreach & Recruitment
Developing a Plan for Your MEP to Help Students Prepare for Graduate School – Dr. Audeen Fentiman | Associate Dean of Engineering for Graduate Education and Interdisciplinary Programs at Purdue University & Cyndi Lynch | Director of Fellowships and Professional Development, Purdue Graduate School
- Special Training
STEM Academic Coaching – Dr. Sylvanus Wosu | Associate Dean for Diversity Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh
- Workshop Track: Retention
Changing the Mindset of Engineering Students and Families – Enrique Dominguez | Director for the Equal Opportunity in Engineering (EOE) Program at The University of Texas at Austin
- Special Training
Developing an SSTEM Proposal for NSF – Dr. Bevlee Watford | Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in the College of Engineering at Virginia Tech and Director for the Center for the Enhancement of Engineering Diversity (CEED) & Saundra Johnson Austin | President and CEO, Charis Consulting Group LLC
- Opening Plenary Session features special guest Louis Carr, President of Black Entertainment Television (BET) Media Sales and Thought Leader for Multicultural Media
- Sunday Plenary session will address how best to serve Native American Communities
- Includes Purdue Institutional Partner Feature, Achievements of NAMEPA National Officers and Thought Leaders, and a new NAMEPA Hot Topic: Motivating Factors for Choosing Engineering
- Includes Virginia Tech Institutional Partner Feature, NAMEPA presentation at 2016 WEPAN Change Leader Forum, and a new NAMEPA Hot Topic: The Impact of Discrimination
- Includes introduction of 2015-2017 NAMEPA Leadership Team and NAMEPA Leadership Retreat Registration