The AAUP’s Annual Conference on the State of Higher Education includes panel presentations, plenary speakers, lobbying, and the annual business meetings of the AAUP. This year, as we move into our second century, the conference will focus on racial, social, and labor justice in higher education.
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Conference hashtag: #AAUP2016
FULL CONFERENCE PROGRAM (.pdf)
Conference Schedule Highlights
Wednesday, June 15
Capitol Hill Day Orientation: 4–6 pm (AAUP members only)
Thursday, June 16
Higher Education Conference Sessions: 9 am–5:15 pm
Capitol Hill Day Lobbying: 10 am–4:30 pm (AAUP members only)
Capitol Hill Reception: 4–6 pm (AAUP members only)
AAUP-CBC reception, new-delegate orientation, dinner, and regular meeting: 5:30-10pm (For members of AAUP-CBC chapters; their guests are welcome at the reception and dinner). More info.
Friday, June 17
Higher Education Conference Sessions: 9 am–6 pm
Plenary Lunch: 12–1:45 pm (ticketed). More Info.
Networking reception and cash bar: 6–7:30 pm
AAUP Council Session I: 2–6:30 pm
Assembly of State Conferences Executive Committee and business meeting: 7–9:30 pm
Saturday, June 18
102nd Annual Meeting: 9–11:45 am and 2–5 pm
Awards and recognition luncheon: noon–1:45 pm (ticketed)
Cash bar reception: 5–6 pm
Plenary banquet: 6–8 pm (ticketed). More Info.
Sunday, June 19
AAUP Council Session II: 8:30 am–2 pm
Shaun Harper, professor in the Graduate School of Education, Africana Studies, and Gender Studies at the University of Pennsylvania and founder and executive director of the Center for the Study of Race and Equity in Education. He is the author of over 100 peer-reviewed journal articles and other academic publications. Johns Hopkins University Press is publishing Race Matters in College, his 13th book.
William P. Jones, professor of history at University of Wisconsin-Madison and author of The March on Washington: Jobs, Freedom and the Forgotten History of Civil Rights and The Tribe of Black Ulysses: African American Lumber Workers in the Jim Crow South.
*Please note that the AAUP room block at the Mayflower Hotel is now full. Other hotels within easy walking distance include:
The Beacon Hotel
The Loews Madison Hotel
The Capital Hilton
The Embassy Row Hotel