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Innovations 2010

It’s time to start planning for the Innovations 2010 Conference, and the League for Innovation in the Community College is pleased to announce that our 13th annual conference will be held March 28-31, 2010, in Baltimore, Maryland. What better place to carry on the tradition of assembling today’s foremost education professionals to share their expertise and explore the latest developments in the community college!


Opening General Session

Monday General Session

Sponsored by

Frank Chong
Frank Chong
Deputy Assistant Secretary for Community Colleges,
U.S. Department of Education

Workforce Development Panel
Gerri Fiala, Deputy Asst Secretary for Employment & Training, USDOL
Jerry Sue Thornton, President, Cuyahoga CC
Martha Smith, President, Anne Arundel CC
Tony Zeiss, President, Central Piedmont CC
Richard Kazis, Sr. Vice President, Jobs For The Future

Tuesday General Session

Closing General Session

Sponsored by

Terry O'Banion and Laura E.Weidner
Terry O'Banion & Laura E. Weidner
Terry O'Banion, President Emeritus, League for Innovation and Director, CCLP, Walden University
Laura E. Weidner, Dean, Workforce Development Center for Workforce Solutions, Anne Arundel CC

Cathy Casserly
Cathy Casserly
Senior Partner,
Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching


Innovations 2010 is the premier event for professionals dedicated to improving organizational teaching and learning, and discovering new approaches for enhancing the community college experience. The conference provides a tremendous forum for collaboration among academic experts and leading community college professionals, while granting participants exclusive access to the most inventive and thought-provoking programs from around the world.

The conference provides opportunities for colleagues to showcase their model programs, share lessons learned, and look to the future by experiencing a wide array of new ideas through the Conference Streams:

(1) Learning and Teaching
(2) Leadership and Organization
(3) Workforce Preparation and Development
(4) Student Services and Activities
(5) Basic Skills and Developmental Education
(6) Resource Development and Foundation Management
(7) Research, Assessment, and Accountability
(8) Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
(9) Sustainability

The 2010 conference features:

  • Engaging keynote speakers discussing critical issues facing community college educators
  • Forums, Special Sessions, Roundtable Discussions, and Poster Sessions
  • Learning Center Courses—three-hour and six-hour intensive workshops granting Certificates of Completion
  • 24-Hour Email and Internet Lab
  • An extensive exhibition featuring educational products and services
  • The opportunity to exchange ideas with hundreds of colleagues during receptions and refreshment breaks

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