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Webinar - Policy Potpourri

This session is designed to allow a free-form exchange of questions and answers from your fellow ACUPA members. Participants will have an opportunity to share best practices and learn from colleagues. This session will also provide a chance for attendees to ask questions.

 Export to Your Calendar 12/17/2020
When: Thursday, December 17, 2020
12:00 PM CST
Where: Webinar
Presenter: Donna Meeks, Old Dominion University & Joshua Adams, Cornell University (retired)
Contact: Jen DeNeal


Online registration is available until: 12/17/2020
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This 2020 conference session will be presented via webinar.

The Policy Potpourri session is the opportunity for members to ask policy-related questions that may not have been covered during other presentations or as a follow up to another presentation.  It is the final session of our 2020 Conference Webinar Series and it is intended to enable discussion among attendees.

Learning Outcomes:

Participants in this session will learn how other institutions are dealing with specific policy issues, whether process- or subject-related.

Presenters:

Donna Meeks is University Policy Manager and Executive Secretary to the Board of Visitors at Old Dominion University.  She has been with the University since 1980, and became the University’s Policy Manager in 2008.  She has been Executive Secretary to the Board since 1982, and in that role reports to the President of the University.  She is a founding member of the ACUPA Board of Directors and is currently serving as Treasurer.

Joshua Adams retired in 2019 as the director of the Cornell University Policy Office, as well as director for finance communications at the university.  Involved in Cornell's policy process since 1994, Joshua is a founding director of ACUPA and the current webmaster.  Joshua consults with institutions around the world on policy management and conducts workshops throughout North America about policy administration.  Joshua holds a BS degree from Cornell University.  He has been very involved in community service, and is a three-term past president of his local Kiwanis Club.

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