The APLU Commission on Access, Diversity and Excellence (CADE), the APLU Office for Access and Success, and Florida International University are seeking proposals for the National Access, Diversity and Excellence (NADE) Summit being held July 30 to August 1, 2015 in Miami. The deadline for proposals has been extended until June 22.
The purpose of the NADE Summit is to build a network of institutions that are committed to implementing an action-oriented agenda to improve student outcomes by convening university presidents, provosts, chief diversity officers, student affairs professionals, and enrollment managers to develop and share campus-based strategies for:
The idea for the summit grew out of CADE’s desire to provide higher education leaders and stakeholders from across the country with a platform to work collaboratively on issues that affect student success. CADE serves as a national action forum for addressing relevant diversity and social change issues impacting learning, discovery, and engagement at public colleges and universities. The commission is committed to expanding college opportunity and believes a regional network of colleges and universities can help to advance this plan through its membership.
Summit organizers are seeking proposals for sessions that address the following areas: