About the event
NERCOMP 2015 convened over 400 higher education professionals, where they solved, networked, and grew together.
NERCOMP is a unique opportunity to build your professional network and learn, reflect, and engage with colleagues. At NERCOMP, you become an active participant in community dialogue—entrenched in an environment removed from the day-to-day pressures of campus. This valuable professional experience directly benefits you and your institution through an infusion of fresh energy and ideas along with validation of current practices.
March 30–April 1, 2015 | Rhode Island Convention Center (One Sabin Street, Providence, RI 02903)
2015 Program Learning Themes:
- IT Services: Support Models and Practice
- Leadership and Organizational Development
- Libraries and Scholarship in the 21st Century
- Policy, Regulations, and Security
- Systems and Solutions
- Teaching and Learning
General Session Speakers:
- Learning the Future Together
Cathy Davidson: Director, Futures Initiative at the Graduate Center, City University of New York
- Why Is It So Hard to Change...
Robert Kegan: The William and Miriam Meehan Professor of Adult Learning and Professional Development, Harvard Graduate School of Education
Senior Leadership Forum
This thought-leadership forum was an opportunity for senior IT and library leaders to engage in a lively exchange of insights and solutions surrounding competency-based education and the IT continuum.
Who Attended in 2015
More than 400 higher education professionals attended the conference on-site in Providence. See the participant list (login required) and view downloadable PDF registration lists by: