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- Annual Meeting Sessions Available Online
- Plan for the Budgeting Forum
- Professional Development Calendar
Several sessions from the NACUBO 2013 Annual Meeting will be available online Tuesday, July 16, for you to access and view on your computer.
What’s even better is that NACUBO is offering your entire team one price. When one person on your campus registers at the full price, other staff can register for free. Each additional attendee must complete the online registration process to have full access to the event.
All online attendees will continue to have access to the content through Sept. 16, 2013. For more information, visit www.nacubo.org.
Additionally, NACUBO recently held these webcasts:
- Affordable Care Act: Implementation Road Map for Colleges and Universities. Attendees learned the steps they should take to help their institutions meet the requirements of the act in 2014. Jim Hamilton, partner, Bose McKinney & Evans LLP, Indianapolis, spoke about employer rules and penalties. Maureen Pinnick, manager of employer resources, Franklin College, Franklin, Indiana, discussed how adjunct faculty are treated under the act. Dan Rives, associate vice president for university human resource services at Indiana University, provided information on new fees, coverage mandates, and administrative overhead.
- The Cashless and Paperless Business Office. Virginia Layton, university bursar and Tony Newland, associate bursar, the Ohio State University, Columbus, discussed the advantages of a cash-free environment and dynamic online student statements, and the resulting cost savings to the institution.
- Show Me the Money: Cash Management Challenges for a Global University. Carrie Nelson, associate vice president, international finance, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh; and Bob Lammey, senior director, higher education and nonprofits, High Street Partners Inc., Boston, discussed the challenges institutions face when transferring money into foreign countries and bringing it back, and the role of the business officer in managing risks.
To watch a recording of a webcast, visit the on-demand section of the distance learning page at www.nacubo.org. For more information, contact Tadu Yimam, director, online learning, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you’re a business officer with planning and budgeting responsibilities, then you don’t want to miss the 2013 Planning and Budgeting Forum to be held Sept. 16–17 at the Hyatt Regency, Atlanta.
Concurrent sessions will address the latest in higher education resource management and planning, while roundtables will offer attendees the opportunity to exchange ideas with peers from similar institutions. Topics include responsibility center management; assessing key institutional objectives; deferred maintenance; strategies for handling new initiatives; connecting development, planning and budget efforts; enrollment management; health care reform implementation; and working across institutional schools and departments to achieve goals.
Attendees will learn approaches for using planning and budgeting as an agent for institutional change, as well as innovative planning and budgeting methods being practiced at colleges and universities. The forum is ideal for associate vice presidents of finance, administration, or budget; budget directors; budget managers; chief financial officers; and planning officers. Visit www.nacubo.org for more information.