Subject: In-Person Program Proposals due September 20!

Be part of the In-Person Experience of the 2022 NGLA Annual Conference in Baltimore!

NGLA is looking for dynamic presentations for ourLectorials on well as undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs that will enhance the In-Person Experience of the 2022 NGLA Annual Conference.

* New * NGLA has created a program titled, "Lectorials on C.H.A.N.G.E." supported by the Order of Omega. This new program will focus on the following areas: Cancel Culture, Hazardous Behavior, Accessibility, Navigating Title IX, Generating Buy-in, and Emotional Intelligence. A lectorial is a large-scale educational program underpinned by active student-centered learning, utilizing inquiry-based and adult learning as methodologies of teaching and learning, and involving collaborative and interactive activities in place of traditional didactic lectures and tutorials.

Throughout the In-Person Experience, several educational programs are offered:
  • Lectorials on C.H.A.N.G.E. supported by the Order of Omega | Friday (90 minutes)
  • Professionals Workshop | Friday (90 minutes)
  • Undergraduate Education | Friday and Saturday (60 minutes)
  • Professionals and Graduate Education | Friday and Saturday (60 min)

Program submissions must support the NGLA Mission and Vision.

* Reminder * One application per program type is required. If your program applies to multiple educational programs, please submit an application for each program type that you would like to be considered.

Applications are due Monday, September 20, 2021 at 11:59pm ET. All program presenters are required to register for the 2022 NGLA Annual Conference.

A separate Call for Programs for the Virtual Experience of the 2022 NGLA Annual Conference on February 19, 2022 will open in September.

For more information, please visit the NGLA Call for Programs webpage. Please direct questions to

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