Annual Meeting Program Committee—Detroit 2019

2017-2018

Committee Roster

Mary Francis, Michigan, Chair (mfranci AT umich DOT edu)
Pending

Board Liaison
Jennifer Crewe, Columbia

Central Office Liaison
Susan Patton

Charge

General Objective:

  • Organize the program and procure speakers/panellists/moderators for the 2019 Annual Meeting.

Specific Charges to the Annual Meeting Program Committee—Detroit 2019:

  • Schedule an informal meeting during the Assocation's 2018 Annual Meeting and a formal one-day meeting of the Committee in early Fall 2018 to brainstorm topics and speakers for the sessions and divide up responsibilities for various panels and plenaries.
  • Continue to develop and support Collaboration Labs.
  • Within existing constraints (time, resources, contractual obligations to hotel), incorporate alternative session formats (e.g., unmeetings, vendor forums).
  • Attract individuals from beyond the AAUP community—both as speakers and attendees.
  • Establish a draft program schedule by October 2018. Provide outline of the program in an October report to the Board. Recruit program speakers by February 2019.
  • Submit a proposed allocation of the speakers’ budget to the Central Office by February 2019.
  • Develop speaker/facilitator guidelines to ensure expectations are clearly communicated and sessions are sufficiently interactive.
  • Provide copy for preliminary program by February 1, 2019, and a final printed program by May 1, 2019, or other dates provided by the Central Office.
  • Work with the Central Office to help market the Annual Meeting.
  • Work with the Central Office to attract sponsors for the Annual Meeting.

Common Charges to All Committees of the Corporation:

  • Include your board and staff liaisons in all committee communications and activities.
  • Seek opportunities to support the Association’s core value of diversity by engaging in activities and developing programs that include participation from diverse members of the community and/or that aim to increase the diversity and inclusivity of our community.
  • Seek opportunities to support the goals of the Association’s 2016 membership restructuring by integrating into your committee activities the participation of colleagues from non-North American member presses.
  • Support the efforts of the Central Office staff to identify opportunities to leverage UP Commons (targeted launch: Fall 2017) to facilitate collaboration and communication among the members of your committee and the broader community it represents.
  • Make a summary report on Committee activities to the Association Board in time for its November, March, and June meetings; reports are due on Thursday, October 12, 2017, Thursday, March 1, 2018, and Thursday, May 24, 2018. Review your General Objective and Specific Tasks, and recommend changes for next year to the Executive Director.

Committee Reports and Projects

2016–2017 Final Report
2015–2016 Final Report
2014–2015 Final Report

2013–2014 Final Report
2012–2013 Final Report

View the programs and highlights from recent AAUP Annual Meetings:

AAUP 2017
AAUP 2016: Energize & Innovate
AAUP 2015: Connect, Collaborate
AAUP 2014: Open to Debate
AAUP 2013: Bridging Worlds
AAUP 2012: Igniting the Future
AAUP 2011: The Next Wave: Toward a Culture of Collaboration
AAUP 2010: Toward a Sustainable Future