managing career offices, and related
issues. Program directors and advisors
from schools without full-time career professionals are invited as
The 2012 conference was
generously hosted by the
University of Colorado Denver School of Public Affairs. Sessions
will draw on career areas in public administration and affairs that
are notable in the greater Denver region.
The $200 registration fee (the $175 early-bird ended Nov. 5) includes
conference materials, two continental breakfasts, two lunches, and coffee breaks.
Group dinners are self-pay.
The conference starts
Dec. 5, with an informal reception and dinner for attendees to get
to know each other.
The conference proper will run all day Thursday - Friday, December
Preferred hotel: The Curtis
is a 5-minute walk from campus. The reserved room block is now full, but the hotel is still
extending discounted rates. Reserve
online or by calling 303-571-0300.
The conference dress code is business
casual. Denver weather varies widely; for Dec. 6, the
average high is 41 and low 16, but it could be 65...or zero!
So check the
forecast and bring layers!
Also see a list of Denver
attractions prepared by UCD.
Conference Planning Committee
Brendan Hardy, Colorado-Denver chair
Anita Lengvarsky, Carnegie Mellon
Carol Anderson, The New School
Duane Bradshaw, George Mason
Elyse Mendel, Baruch College
Heather Wright, George Mason
Hillary Bardwell, Rutgers
Jennifer Carignan, American
Kari Hamilton, UC Berkeley
Kathy Hursh, IUPUI
Mark Case, Indiana
Mary Beaulieu, Harvard
NASPAA staff liaison: Stuart Heiser