Everything Counts: Empowering Students to Reach their Academic Potential
2022 INOSS Conference Indiana Organization for Student Success Friday, April 1, 2022 | Ivy Tech Community College Fairbanks Building, Lawrence Campus, F-166 & F-163 9301 E 59th St, Indianapolis, IN 46216
Proposal Deadline | Friday, March 21
Call to Conference: We are pleased to announce that INOSS is seeking proposals for its annual conference. This year’s theme, Everything Counts: Empowering Students to Reach Their Academic Potential, focuses on how advisors, instructors, and student support professionals empower student success in post-secondary education. We invite all full-time and part-time faculty, academic advisors, and student support professionals to submit proposals for sessions or roundtables to share strategies and successes. The conference will be in person; however, we are leaving presenters the option to be live or virtual. We hope that you will join us for exciting guest speakers and inspiring presentations!
Hotel reservation information: If you wish to arrive on Thursday evening, we recommend Fort Harrison State Park Inn & Golf Resort in Indianapolis: 5830 N Post Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46216. To make a reservation visit https://us01.iqwebbook.com/FHSPIIN225/~/ or call (317)638-6000. Most rooms are $114.99 per night.
Bring an adjunct for free! Buy one full-time educator registration, get one adjunct registration free.
Full-time educator early-bird registration: $75.00 until March 21, $90 after March 21 Part-time educator early-bird registration: $25.00 until March 21, $35 after March 21 All registrations include annual INOSS membership.
All members are encouraged to attend the Friday morning breakfast/annual business meeting. INOSS awards and officer inductions will be conducted during the luncheon. All concurrent sessions will run on Friday.
We look forward to seeing you at the 2022 INOSS Conference!
Please share this information with your colleagues. If you have questions about the attached registration or proposal forms, please contact Carrie Sample, President-Elect of INOSS, at email@example.com, 50 W Fall Creek Pkwy N Drive, Ste NMC 512, Indianapolis, IN 46208 (317-921-4278). When sending email queries, please put “INOSS Information Needed” in the subject line.
We are pleased to welcome our virtual keynote speaker, Dr. Terrell Strayhorn! Dr. Strayhorn is Provost and Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs and Professor of Urban Education in the Evelyn Reid Syphax School of Education at Virginia Union University, where he also serves as Director of the Center for the Study of Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs). An internationally-recognized education equity expert on issues of inclusion and belonging in corporate and education industries, Strayhorn’s research focuses on the social psychological determinants of student success for minoritized and other vulnerable populations. His research on college students’ sense of belonging has informed state policies, transformed campus/school practices, STEM contexts, and academic intervention testing. With over 15 years of professional experience as a university professor, college administrator, and publicly-engaged scholar, Strayhorn is Associate Editor of Social Sciences & Humanities, Specialty Chief Editor of Frontiers in Education, and author of 11 books and 150+ journal articles and reports. A member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Incorporated, Strayhorn is a faculty affiliate at Rutgers University’s Center for MSIs, Fellow of the Association of Governing Boards Leadership Institute, Member of the Children’s Defense Fund’s Freedom Schools Research Advisory Committee, and several other research institutes. He has been named one of the country’s top diversity scholars by Diverse Issues, “Top 20 to Know in Education,” and “Top 40 under 40,” by BusinessFirst, to name a few awards.
Call for officers/volunteers. The office of President Elect is due for nomination and election. If you are interested in serving as an INOSS officer or volunteer, please send your name or nomination to Carrie Sample, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Self-nominations are welcome.) Please put “INOSS Officer Nomination” in the subject heading.
NOSS. The National Organization for Student Success is an association that includes educators and student support professionals who specialize in developmental education (www.thenoss.org). NOSS hosts an annual conference each year that includes concurrent sessions and featured speakers that explore current issues in developmental education. INOSS is the state-affiliated organization of NOSS.