June 22, 2022

HACU's 36th Annual Conference to feature workshops on partnerships that work

The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities will include a track focusing on exemplary collaborative practices for student and faculty success at its 36th Annual Conference "Championing Hispanic Higher Education Success: Rebuilding a More Resilient and Inclusive America." The conference will be held in person at the Manchester Grand Hyatt, San Diego, Oct. 8-10, 2022, along with its pre- and post-conference events. More than 50 workshops in six tracks will be offered.

The following are the workshop topics to be presented under Track Two - Partnerships that work:
•  Maintaining Effective Campus Partnerships Through Grant Re-Scoping for Student Success
•  HNIP Workshop: Building a Pipeline that Highlights Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion  
•  Access, Success and Advocacy: A Learner Care Model
•  Integrated Logic Models: Advancing Equity in Students’ and Institutional Trajectories
•  NJ Community College Partners with Multiple Cities to Springboard Youth into Pre-college Program
•  Real World Ready: Skillify the Workforce to Meet Industry Needs
•  Leveraging Sustainable Partnerships that Impact Student Success at Dallas College
•  Student Access and Success through Equitable and Intentional Partnerships
•  Partnerships with a Purpose and Intent: Fostering Future Educators
•  Connecting Employer Needs with Online Learning: Driving Positive Student Outcomes
•  Project CAMINOS: Partnering to Support Latinx Access and Success
•  AIM for STEM: A Collaborative Effort to improve Student Success in Developmental Math
•  Rebuilding an Inclusive America: Developing Pathways to College for Hispanics
•  Partnering with Businesses and Federal Agencies: the NASA STTR program

For a description of workshops in all tracks, click here.

For a complete schedule of events, click here. Registration for HACU’s 36th Annual Conference is available online. Advertising, Exhibitor, and Sponsorship opportunities are available.