Increase the effectiveness of your campus-wide corporate engagement efforts.
Learn how you can create multidimensional relationships with corporate partners that incorporate research, tech transfer, workforce development programs, recruiting, and philanthropic support. You will hear about efficiencies and successes that can come from moving to a holistic model that houses all of these engagement opportunities under one coordinated effort, and gain insight on:
Included with your conference registration is a workbook with conference materials, sample templates, and worksheets. This workbook will be invaluable as you jumpstart your corporate engagement efforts.
"This conference was well structured, informative, inspirational and practical. It was an excellent investment for me and my team. Next time, I'll bring colleagues from other divisions so they can benefit from the expertise of the team and course. Great job!"- Carla Sullivan Director, Corporate Relations Fairfield University
Included with your registration is the opportunity to sign up for a consultation with our conference faculty. This consultation session will allow you and your team to address challenges and questions specific to your institutional context.
Are you considering moving your campus towards a holistic approach to corporate engagement? Bring a team that includes academic, advancement, and administrative leaders to learn how to collaboratively move your campus to this centralized model.
When you register two people, a third can attend for 50% off!
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Learning Outcome:After participating in this conference, you will be able to develop a holistic approach to corporate engagement on your campus.
Chris manages the CFR philanthropic planning, research, and stewardship process for all three of Farleigh Dickison’s campuses. His work and leadership has successfully led to an increase of corporate fundraising dollars at FDU since the 2008 financial collapse. Chris previously specialized in external relations in finance, economic development, and public policy as a director of corporate and foundation relations at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. A frequent regional and national speaker, Chris is also a lecturer in communications.
Anne directs the Jacobs School of Engineering corporate engagements and is the prime industry contact for the Dean's Agile Centers of Excellence that are highly responsive to industry needs for innovation across disciplines and as a crucible for commercialization and start up companies. Under her leadership, the Corporate Affiliates Program (CAP) grew to the current membership of nearly 80 corporate high tech and life science member companies who join for custom access to distinguished faculty and innovative research, exceptional students and to the Dean for a voice in the future of engineering education. CAP launched the unique Team Internship Program and a series of Executive Education Engineering degree programs. O'Donnell came to UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering as a business development executive in the software industry to assist the Dean in building purposeful corporate partnerships for research, technology transfer, and talent acquisition across all engineering disciplines at one of the nation’s top ranked engineering schools: The Jacobs School. Anne is an active and past Benchmarking Committee Chair and Board member of the Network of Academic Corporate Relations Officers (NACRO) organization and the University Industry Development Program (UIDP) both of which contribute greatly to best in class practices in holistic corporate relations.
Daryl oversees all administrative and business functions for the Office of Research including budget, finance, human resources, and communications. Additionally he is responsible for the Office of Research and Sponsored Projects and research administration. Prior to serving in this role, Daryl was the founding executive director of the University of Michigan's Business Engagement Center (BEC). Under his leadership, the BEC grew rapidly and now oversees institutional relationships with more than 1,000 companies.
A graduate of a combined degree program at U-M, Weinert holds a bachelor of arts degree in economics and a bachelor of science degree in industrial and operations engineering. Before joining U-M in 1999 as director of corporate relations in the College of Engineering, he was director of procurement strategy at Aon Corp. in Chicago.
Rosen Shingle Creek9939 Universal BlvdOrlando, FL 32819
To reserve your room, please call 866.996.9939. Please indicate that you are with the Academic Impressions group to receive the group rate.
The rate is $149 for single or double occupancy, plus applicable tax.
A room block has been reserved for the nights of July 9 and 10, 2017.
Make your reservations prior to Monday, June 19, 2017. There are a limited number of rooms available at the conference rate. Please make your reservations early.
The Rosen Shingle Creek is nestled on a 230-acre site along Shingle Creek. With fifteen restaurants and lounges, the luxurious hotel offers guests a wide selection of cuisines. Rosen Shingle Creek features an award-winning steakhouse, fine dining Italian bistro, an elaborate buffet and à la carte menu serving all meals of the day and everything in between — all in the beautiful setting of turn-of-the-century, Spanish-revival architecture.
From the Orlando International Airport (MCO) to the Rosen Shingle Creek:
“This conference was well structured, informative, inspirational and practical. It was an excellent investment for me and my team. Next time, I'll bring colleagues from other divisions so they can benefit from the expertise of the team and course. Great job!”- Carla Sullivan, Director of Corporate Relations, Fairfield University
“The conference was right on target in affirming key issues for a strong corporate engagement program and the speakers were really experts. Just the right information for our campaign at just the right moment.”- Marjorie Beale, Executive Director of Development for Strategic Initiatives - Dornslife College, University of Southern California
“This conference invigorated me. I can't wait to get back to my school and begin implementing what I learned here!”- Maureen Fisher, Associate Director of Student and Employer Networks, Temple University
“Excellent conference focused on corporate engagement strategies. I highly recommend this for any corporate relations professionals. The speakers, content and interaction with attendees were invaluable.”- Michael Ryan, Director of Corporate Relations - Mason School of Business, College of William and Mary
“This Academic Impressions conference on developing a holistic approach to corporate engagement provided tools and frameworks for jump starting our new CR office.”- John Eash, Executive Director of Corp Relations, Missouri University of Science and Technology
“This interactive workshop allowed our team to plan future steps for holistic engagement for corporations in our campus. We brought a team which made it particularly effective.”- Rebecca Bagley, Vice Chancellor for Economic Partnerships, University of Pittsburgh
“The opportunity to learn from people who have worked in the trenches, faced the same problems, and created successful corporate engagement programs is invaluable.”- Angela Rolufs, Director of Sustainability, Missouri University of Science and Technology
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