Making Good Programs into Great Programs: Be a Reviewer for the NASPA Annual Conference

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Want to help select programs for the 2017 NASPA Annual Conference? Join us to learn the ins and outs of the reviewer process!

One of the important aspects of the NASPA Annual Conference is that programs are reviewed by colleagues in the field! We encourage you to join this online briefing to learn about how to become a reviewer, understand what makes a “good review”, and learn tips on how to share feedback in a professional and collegial way.

The 2017 NASPA Annual Conference Leadership Committee will do a call for volunteers to review programs for the 99th annual event in just under a week – join this online briefing or watch the recording before you volunteer!

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