Please read the following descriptions carefully and indicate in your submission the most appropriate format for your proposed presentation.
- A 60-to-75-minute presentation that involves audience participation and discussion that could be used to generate ideas, assess levels of skill and understanding, or solve problems. Presenters should come prepared with original content on key concepts for the NACUBO audience and offer tactical advice to attendees. Presentations should include audience engagement elements, like asking pointed questions and/or polling, throughout.
- A 30-minute focused presentation with a goal of conveying a specific topic that is either technical in nature or has a technical component to it that needs to be addressed or understood and includes key tangible takeaways.
- A concise 7-to-10-minute presentation on a specific subject. Snapshot sessions focus on an idea, project, workflow, etc. If you’ve always wanted to speak at NACUBO but haven’t felt like you had enough to say for a full session, this is a great opportunity for you.
- A visual presentation of information, using graphs, photos, diagrams, and a small amount of text. Posters presented at the Annual Meeting highlight campus success stories that depict different aspects of efficiency and sustainability (financial and environmental).
- Demonstration sessions will be up to 30 minutes in length and designed to showcase a tool or specific approach to issues facing higher education institutions from a corporate partner. Selected sessions will be charged a fee. There is no requirement for a speaker from a college or university for this session format.