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2017 ANNUAL MEETING & CONFERENCE
KEENE STATE COLLEGE
May 31 - June 2, 2017
As this year’s conference chairs, we’re very much looking forward to the 2017 Annual Meeting & Conference. For the first time since 2006, we will be celebrating the conference at a public institution, and we will once again be returning to the great state of New Hampshire. Keene State College provides a picturesque and vibrant campus setting for all to enjoy. Their newly constructed dormitories, impressive academic buildings, and state-of-the-art recreation center provide a welcoming and engaging space for attendees to come together and connect with other professionals.
Preparations are well underway for a lively and informative conference! This year our attendees will be able to choose from over 65 sessions covering a diverse range of topics. Live entertainment, networking opportunities, and meaningful dialogues on national issues are just some of the many things to look forward to.
Information about various aspects of the conference can be found on the links provided below. As conference planning continues to evolve, we will be updating this page - so please check back for more details in the coming months.
If you have any questions about the conference or scheduled events, please do not hesitate to contact us. We look forward to welcoming you all to Keene on May 31!
Your Conference Chairs,
Diane Soboski Michael Iorio
College of the Holy Cross Saint Anselm College
Check out these links for details on the following topics:
Directions to Keene State College: please visit: http://www.keene.edu/campus/maps/driving/.
The Annual Membership Meeting will be held on Thursday, June 1 at 10:00 a.m. The Meeting is an important component of the Conference and a great opportunity to learn more about NEACAC as an organization. This year, we will be voting on several pieces of association business. Please be sure to attend the Meeting and lend your voice to the organization!
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Vice President for Enrollment Management at George Mason University
David Burge has served as Vice President for Enrollment Management at George Mason University since July 2015. Prior to his current post, he served as Executive Director of Admission Services at Arizona State University and oversaw the execution of new student enrollment strategy for undergraduate and graduate, domestic and international students. Other professional history includes multiple positions within the Office of Admissions and Scholarships at the University of Kansas and as Associate Dean of Admissions at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Mr. Burge also served as President of the Great Plains Association for College Admission Counseling from 2006 to 2008, was a member of the NACAC Technology Committee, and Faculty Director of the NACAC Admissions Middle Management Institute from 2011-2016. His academic background includes two degrees from the University of Kansas: an undergraduate degree in English Literature and a master’s degree in Educational Policy and Leadership.
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