The keynote speaker will be Tara L. Parker, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Higher Education, and Chair of the Leadership in Education Department at the University of Massachusetts – Boston. Her research agenda focuses on higher education policy related to access and equity for historically underrepresented groups, particularly students of color. She is especially interested in the ways policies such as remedial and/or developmental education relate to postsecondary opportunities and outcomes.
Plan now for this lively, thought-provoking, reflective, and rejuvenating retreat!
Cost of attendance:
Early Registration Rates – Register before September 5
Commuter – Administration and Faculty – $170.00
Resident – Administration and Faculty – $245.00
Commuter – Students – $40.00
Resident – Student – $80.00
Location: Holy Family Retreat & Conference Center, West Hartford, CT.
Those wishing to stay nearby in a hotel with more amenities may want to look into the Homewood Suites by Hilton at 2 Farm Glen Boulevard, Farmington, Connecticut, 06032.