Let No Detail Go Undone: Using Spreadsheets for Efficient Event Planning
January 24, 1 p.m. Eastern
Lauren Chapman, Southern Methodist University
Planning an event or program can be an arduous task, with a variety of vendors, complicated budgets and processes, and an intimidating host of other
details. With a tool as simple as a spreadsheet (Excel, Google sheets, etc.), you can learn to master the details, meet the deadlines, host a successful event, and create an easy-to-use document for next year's event planner.
Creating Your Own Late-Night Alternative Programming Series
February 12, 1 p.m. Eastern
Ryan Morgado, Assistant Director of Campus Events, Rice University
In the 2018–19 academic year, the Student Center at Rice University started a brand new late-night alternative weekend programming
series. You'll learn about how this program was initiated and executed and how it's changing going into the 2019–20 year. We'll cover finances, marketing, events, assessment, and more. This session will help you think through how you can bring
late night events to your campus.
A One-Step Event Process on an Un-Centralized Campus
February 27, 1 p.m. Eastern
Kyle Fayan, Lamar University; Polly McNeel, Lamar University
This webinar will cover past, present, and future plans regarding event management for
the student center, green spaces, and student organization usage in academic facilities. We will discuss our migration from a paper reservations to a simple OrgSync form to a more robust and fully automated OrgSync form.
2020 Regional Conference
November 6–8, University of Missouri