NetVUE will host the premier national gathering on vocation and calling in higher education in Atlanta on March 21–23, 2024. The lineup of plenary speakers and concurrent sessions was recently announced at the link below. Because the Conference is funded through NetVUE dues, each member institution can send a three-person team for a nominal registration fee of $200 per person, which includes all conference meals and two nights’ lodging. Up to two additional team members can attend at a higher cost. Registration will open in October so we recommend identifying who among your campus teams will attend; the conference fills quickly! In addition, if your campus is doing exceptional work related to vocational programming, consider proposing a campus-based session at the conference. Priority will be given to proposals for sessions involving more than one institution, so please be in contact with colleagues on other NetVUE campuses to begin brainstorming!
Meghan Sullivan, O’Brien Collegiate Chair and Professor of Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame, will deliver the Thursday afternoon keynote address, “Called to Understand and Advocate for the Common Good”.
Darby Kathleen Ray, Harward Professor of Civic Engagement and Professor of Religious Studies at Bates College, will guide small groups through Friday’s roundtable plenary, “Hunger, Hubris, and Community Engaged Learning.
Walter Earl Fluker, Dean’s Professor of Spirituality, Ethics, and Leadership at the Candler School of Theology of Emory University, will provide the closing address on Saturday: “Called to Ethical Leadership at Intersections Where Worlds Collide.”