Call for Proposals – 2022

Building Assessment Partners Across the Institution – A Collaborative Approach to Meaningful Assessment

This year’s conference theme recognizes the importance of partnering with all stakeholders in the assessment process to support meaningful use of results and informed decision making that promotes institutional, programmatic and student success. The 2022 conference will emphasize the following tracks:

  1. Collaborative Assessment for Increased Engagement 
  2. Navigating the Changing Assessment Landscape 
  3. Equity-Minded Assessment

The 2022  keynote, poster sessions and interactive, hands-on workshops will emphasize four areas as aspects for a holistic assessment approach. The Call for Proposals is open and we welcome proposals focused on the 3 conference subthemes.


The deadline to submit proposals has passed. Please consider submitting next year. 

This year we invite proposals consistent with the conference theme and subthemes, but welcome presentations on other topics and issues in assessment and institutional effectiveness.

Presentation Format

Presentations should focus on assessment best practices, as well as practical, usable advice. This is an opportunity to showcase of the good work happening at institutions, in addition to helping people think about “how they can do it” rather than “what ‘we’ did”.  Sessions should be interactive, no longer than 60 minutes, and include time for questions. 

Submitting a Proposal

The deadline for proposal submission is August 19, 2022.

Proposals are accepted through an online form and must include:

  • The track that is the focus of your presentation
  • Proposal title/topic (20 words)
  • A clear statement of the purpose or goals (50 words)
  • Proposal abstract (500 words)
  • Poster or presentation description for the conference program (100 words)
  • Statement of intended audience/audience level (50 words) 
  • Description of handouts, media, or learning materials (100 words)
  • Brief biography for each presenter (150 words)