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NACCE Issues Calls for Papers for 2010 Conference

Friday, April 09, 2010   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Matthew Montoya
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Deadline for Submitting Proposals Is April 28, 2010

Springfield, MA – April 12, 2010 – The National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (NACCE) has issued a call for papers for its 2010 conference, to be held

October 10-13, 2010 in Orlando, FL. The deadline for submissions is midnight EST on April 28, 2010. Submissions must be made through the conference Web site at http://www.nacce2010.com.

"Our conference theme this year is Entrepreneurship: The Community College Role in Economic Vitality,” says NACCE Executive Director Heather Van Sickle. "We look forward to once again being able to provide attendees with an exciting array of opportunities to learn about all aspects of entrepreneurship at a community college, best practices and practical applications.”

General criteria used in selecting proposals will include:

• Appropriateness of the topic to the conference theme or identified track

• Clarity of title, description and presentation outline

• Description of learning outcomes expected from the session

• Engagement of participants in active learning opportunities

• Relevance and importance of the topic

• Originality of the topic or distinction of perspective

Notifications concerning proposals will occur by midnight EST on May 14, 2010. Questions about the Call for Papers should be directed to the Customer service hotline at 203-883-9450 or register@ontrackevents.com.

About NACCE

NACCE connects community college administrators and faculty with knowledge and successful practices regarding entrepreneurial thinking, entrepreneurship education, and student business incubation. NACCE holds an annual conference and symposium, publishes a quarterly journal, hosts monthly webinars and podcasts and a dynamic list-serv, develops web resources such as shared entrepreneurship curricula and syllabi for faculty, and creates guides in beginning and sustaining entrepreneurship and student business incubation programs as well as tips for grant proposals specific to entrepreneurial endeavors at community colleges. 


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