2018 UNC System Advancement Symposium
North Carolina State University - May 14-16, 2018
2018 UNC System Advancement Symposium
North Carolina State University - May 14-16, 2018
2018 UNC System Advancement Symposium
North Carolina State University - May 14-16, 2018
2018 UNC System Advancement Symposium
North Carolina State University - May 14-16, 2018
2018 UNC System Advancement Symposium
North Carolina State University - May 14-16, 2018

 

 

 

Dear UNC System Advancement Colleagues,

Welcome to the 2018 University of North Carolina System Advancement Symposium!

We are excited to be in the capital city of Raleigh, N.C. and on the beautiful campus of North Carolina State University – the host institution for this year’s UNC System Advancement Symposium.

Our dynamic planning committee has designed programming tailored for Advancement professionals from every institution and at every level—whether you’re a newcomer, mid-career, or senior level advancement officer. There will be a variety of break-out sessions, workshops and plenary sessions that explore innovative strategies with prominent industry leaders from across the state and nation and best practices shared among peer institutions.

The 2018 Advancement Symposium will be full of robust dialogue, insightful conversations, lively forums, and discussions that promote innovation and smart ideas. Most importantly, we ask you to come prepared to be fully engaged with your colleagues in both content and colloquium. As the only system-wide conference that brings together Advancement professionals from across North Carolina, we are also excited to create networking and social opportunities that help you grow as a professional.

Thank you for participating and we look forward to seeing you at the 2018 University of North Carolina System Advancement Symposium on May 14-16 at North Carolina State University.

 

Your 2018 UNC Advancement Symposium Co‐Chairs

Timothy A. Minor
Vice President
University Advancement
UNC System

Brian Sischo
Vice Chancellor
University Advancement
North Carolina State University

 

 

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