2017 NACTA Call for Abstracts Abstracts can now be submitted for the 2017 NACTA Conference to be held on June 28 – July 1. Submission deadline is February 24, 2017.
The 2017 NACTA Conference will serve as a venue for faculty in agricultural, environmental, natural, and life sciences to share their information through the theme of “INnovation, IN Learning, IN the Heartland” as well as to share innovative teaching or advising ideas, scholarship of teaching, and other pertinent information. Authors will be given the option to request an oral presentation, but it will be up to the host committee to determine the presentation date and time.
NACTA Workshop Guidelines and Call for Proposals Workshop proposals are encouraged from NACTA members, NACTA committees, trade show vendors, and the host institution. Workshops should emphasize participation, often with hands-on or problem-solving efforts. Submission deadline is February 24, 2017.
NACTA seeks to inspire achievement at the highest levels of excellence.
Recognizing and honoring individuals whose efforts represent the very best in the teaching of agriculture, environmental, natural or life sciences at the post-secondary level is one of the central purposes of NACTA. At the same time, NACTA seeks to encourage these colleagues to share with us their methods of achieving excellence.
If you would like some over-sized postcards and/or bookmarks to promote the conference at your institution, simply contact NACTA17@purdue.eduwith your request. Please provide a name, mailing address and desired quantities. Top of page
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Teaching Tips/Notes Teaching Tips/Notes can be submitted anytime. These are not peer-reviewed and the time from submission to publication is usually short.