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AIR welcomes brief conference/event announcements of interest to the IR and assessment communities. Send your conference/event announcements to eAIR@airweb.org and include a link to your website for more information, such as call for proposals or registration, as well as a contact name and email address (conference/event announcements should be less than 100 words). Conference/event announcements remain on the eAIR website until the event date has passed.

Affilia​ted Organization (AO) Events

2018 AAIR Forum

July 26-27, 2018 

The 2018 AAIR Forum will be hosted by the University of Canberra and held at Rydges Capital Hill on the edge of the parliamentary triangle close to Parliament House. Register online for the conference, themed "Politics, Planning and Performance: Good Governance Starts How?" Topics to include: Business Intelligence and Analytics, Data Warehousing, Load Management, and Government Reporting. A forum dinner will be held on Thursday night at the prestigious National Press Club of Australia. A forum highlight, the dinner will be a great opportunity to socialize with other AAIR members.

2018 IAIR Annual Forum

November 14-15, 2018

The Illinois Association for Institutional Research will hold its 48th Annual Forum at Hawthorne Suites by Wyndham, 101 Trade Center Drive, Champaign, IL 61820. Themed “The Evolution of IR: From One Office to One Organization”, IAIR Forum welcomes research and presentation proposals focused on the techniques and solutions that enhance the work of institutional researchers regardless of the type of institution. Visit the conference website for more information.

IR Com​munity Events

14th Annual NCICU Assessment Conference

June 12-13, 2018

The 2018 NCICU Assessment Conference will support institutions’ use of evidence to enhance and improve institutional effectiveness. The call for proposals is now open. The theme for this year’s conference is “Assessment: A Formula for Student Success” and will be held at High Point University in High Point, North Carolina. For more information, visit the conference website or contact: Rebecca Leggett (Leggett@ncicu.org).

2018 HEDS Annual Conference 

June 17-20, 2018

The HEDS Annual Conference, to be held in in Spokane, Washington at the DoubleTree by Hilton City Center, brings together people from small colleges and universities to present on and discuss the use of evidence from institutional research, assessment, educational development, college success programs, and any other area to advance undergraduate liberal arts education, inclusive excellence, and student success. We welcome participants from all colleges and universities—you do not have to be from a HEDS institution to attend this conference. Register here.

SCUP 2018 Annual Conference

July 14-17, 2018

Make an impact! Join Higher Ed leaders from across the campus and the nation to learn how your institution can align resources across departments, work toward a common goal, and build new relationships. See you in Nashville. #SCUP2018

11th Annual National Conference (NatCon)

January 3-5, 2019

Student Veterans of America (SVA) has opened a Call for Proposals and Reviewers for the 11th Annual National Conference (NatCon). A popular misconception of NatCon is that breakout sessions are restricted solely to veterans or student veteran topics and issues. Actually, NatCon is just as much for the higher education community as it is for the veteran community. This is a great professional development opportunity to potentially present work to a growing and active non-traditional population. A more detailed description of NatCon is at the SVA NatCon 2019 Website.