2022 Upper Midwest Regional Honors Conference
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For nearly two years, we’ve been living in a constant state of To Be Determined. We add TBD to invitations, event announcements, trips. Is this temporary or a “new normal” for the foreseeable future? How do we plan for TBD? How has TBD affected the way we do things in Honors? How has TBD affected our institutional contexts? How have Honors programs risen to this TBD moment to give our students good experiences in and out of the classroom? We’ll explore these ideas and more when we gather in Vermillion in April.
Conference theme: To Be Determined: Honors in an Uncertain Time
When: April 1st-3rd
Where: University of South Dakota in Vermillion, SD
Conference description: The UMHC conference will feature sessions led by Honors professionals, student research presentations, and opportunities to network with other members of our region. Our hope is that attendees will leave the conference with new connections and new ideas.
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Proposals: Proposals for UMHC conference presentations are now being accepted. You will find the call for proposals and proposal form at this link: https://forms.gle/UDLdBHXhtogf5mhW8 The Google form includes detailed information about the kinds of sessions available, including student research presentations and poster sessions, workshops, round tables, panels, and a creative showcase. Proposals are due on February 15, and notifications of acceptance will go out by February 25
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|Dues notices for the 2020-2021 year have been sent out by email. Contact the UMHC office if your school is not listed as a member institution.||The UMHC website is looking to update honors programs’ social media activity. If your program has a Facebook page or twitter account, let us know!||The 2021 UMHC Conference will be held March 26th on zoom! For more information, please visit the NCHC’s website or see information above!|