Past Annual Meetings
The AAUP Annual Meetings are the most important events on the Association's calendar. AAUP conducts much of its essential work at these meeting: including the Business Meeting, the inauguration of new officers, board members, and committee terms, and the awarding of the Constituency Award. The meetings are also vibrant and collegial gatherings where much is learned and shared; and partnerships, friendships, and mentoring relationships are cemented.
The Association maintains an archive of past annual meeting programs and other resources here. You can also find a store of shared conference knowledge, including notes and presentations, through the AAUPWiki.
AAUP 2014: New Orleans
"Open to Debate"
This exciting meeting has been raved aboutby the more than 600 attendees. An innovative interactive session crowdsourced the next stage of AAUP strategic planning, and the results will be seen over the coming years. Visit the AAUP 2014 site.
AAUP 2013: Boston
More than 800 individuals joined us in Boston for AAUP 2013 and a celebration of 100 years of the Harvard University Press. Visit the AAUP 2013 site for conference knowledge, including video, presentations, and talks from the meeting.
AAUP 2012: Chicago
"Igniting the Future"
One of our best attended meetings ever, AAUP 2012 was an invigorating professional development experience with a celbratory twist as we toasted our 75th anniversary. Visit the AAUP 2012 site for conference knowledge and details of the special events in Chicago.
AAUP 2011: Baltimore
"The Next Wave: Toward a Culture of Collaboration"
More than 700 scholarly communications professionals joined us in Baltimore in 2011! Find conference knowledge and learn about the meeting highlights at the AAUP 2011 site.
AAUP 2010: Salt Lake City
"Toward a Sustainable Future"
A resounding success, the program designed for AAUP 2010 brought more than 530 attendees to the Mountain West. The meeting was so energizing that the related Facebook community remained active until December 2010, when an AAUP 2011 group was spun off to keep the conversation going. Visit the AAUP 2010 site.