The registration process will be conducted through the Qualtrics Online Survey System. The link for the survey is below; conference attendees will need to register themselves. The Registration Committee will email registered Communications Coordinators confirmation of conference attendees names that have registered every Friday by 5 PM starting September 14th and continuing until late registration closes; therefore it is important that the Communication Coordinator of each school registers as soon as possible.
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Majoring in Service Management with a minor in Human Development & Family Studies and also Business Administration
Majoring in Psychology with a minor in Workplace Diversity
Majoring in Human Development & Family Studies with a minor in Speech Communication
Double Majoring in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science & Game Design & Development
Majoring in Technical & Science Education
Majoring in Supply Chain Management
Majoring in Applied Science with a concentration in Bio-Technology
Double Majoring in Psychology and Human Development & Family Studies with a minor in Business Administration
Majoring in Engineering Technology with an emphasis in facilities management & a minor in Mathematics
Majoring in Applied Social Science with a concentration in History and Political Science with a minor in Speech Communication
Majoring in Business Administration with an emphasis in Lodging Management
Majoring in Childhood Education with a certification in Special Education
Hall Director of Jetter-Tainter-Callahan Hall
Hall Director for Wigen Hall
The schedule for the conference is as shown below; the opening address, keynote speaker, and closing address will be housed in our North Point Conference Room. Programming will take place in meetings within our Hovlid Residence Hall, Flemming Residence Hall, and Red Cedar Residence Hall. Snacks will also be available in the Red Cedar meeting rooms during registration and the Viking Social. (Please see Facilities/Parking for descriptions of the facilities and maps)
Friday November 9th, 2012
Saturday November 10th, 2012
View the budget by clicking here.
Download and complete the waiver by clicking here.
The programming process will be conducted through the Qualtrics Online Survey System. The link for the survey is below. The conference will included four sets of programming, totaling 16 selected/presented programs. There are five categories to choose from including: Diversity & Social Justice, Community Service & Sustainability, Leadership & Team Building, Recognition, and Passive Programming.
* If you would like to submit a passive program, there will be an area designated to showcase these programs. Please make sure to click “Passive Programming” on the submission form so the conference staff can plan enough space to showcase the programs. Also, please make sure that the programs can be easily assembled once you arrive on campus. There will be supplies available if needed; glue gun, scissors, markers, tape, ECT.
**ALL SUBMITTED PASSIVE PROGRAMS WILL BE ACCEPTED AND SHOWCASED AT THE CONFERENCE! (They do not count towards the 16 selected/presented programs)
Programming Submission: Click Here!
The conference staff wants to ensure a smooth conference and in doing so we have created a couple resources that are available to you; a calendar of all the conference dates and deadlines as well as the philanthropy committee will be designing bulletin boards that you can download and print to advertise the different philanthropy projects on your campus and in your community. The bulletin boards will be available September 10th, 2012.
The University of Wisconsin – Stout Helmuth “Pookie” Albrecht National Residence Hall Honorary chapter is committed to strengthening their four pillars as a way to better the chapter, the residence halls at Stout, and the campus community as a whole. The chapter was awarded the NRHH Building Block of the Year for 2011-2012 at WURHA 2012 and at No Frills 2012. The chapter is continuing to take great strides in increased involvement as numbers this past year have drastically increase and the chapter was able to reach full capacity. Each of our pillars focuses on different activities/programs/projects. We figured we would give you a little idea of some of the things that our chapter here at Stout has done in previous years, so below, you can find a little list of things the four pillars have done. And if you have any questions about any of them, we’d be glad to answer them and can’t wait to hear what your chapter has done when you come to WHIL 2012 at the University of Wisconsin-Stout.
Hello! Please feel free to contact our conference staff with any questions you have. We put all the necessary information on the website and will continue to update it with new information as needed however, if you have any questions, comments or concerns please do not hesitate to email us; we will be happy to assist you! Please make sure when emailing that you email the appropriate chair to ensure a quick and knowledgeable response. The conference staff will strive for a 48 hour response time with all emails, let it be answering your question, comment or concern or acknowledging your email and letting you know that it is being looked into and we will get back to you shortly.
Phone: University Housing at 725-323-1121 (Housing staff will have limited knowledge on the conference so it is best to email the conference staff with questions)