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Program

The 2002 conference program offers an amazing collection of opportunities through preconference seminars, plenary session speakers, track sessions, corporate participation, Special Interest Groups, Birds of a Feather meetings, and a golf tournament.

Follow the links on this page for more information.

The best way to plan your conference schedule is to use our Itinerary Builder, which allows you to chart, save, update, download and print your conference schedule before you head to Minneapolis. Used in conjunction with the Knowledge Pathfinder, the Itinerary Builder gives you the opportunity to explore all the conference sessions, workshops, and exhibits, and pinpoint topics related to your specific interests and needs.

Plenary Session Speakers

Robert B. Kvavik
Associate Vice President and Executive Officer
University of Minnesota

Steven W. Relyea
Vice Chancellor, Business Affairs
University of California, San Diego

Karen A. Stephenson
President
NetForm International Inc.

Night with the Minnesota Twins
(This activity is full)
Golf Tournament

General Program Information

Links to the full conference schedule are below. Here are some important dates and times:

  • The conference begins on Monday, May 13 at 8:15 a.m. with opening remarks and a plenary session.
  • The registration desk is open from 7:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. on Sunday and reopens on Monday at 7:00 a.m.
  • The First-Time Attendee Reception takes place on Sunday from 6:00 - 7:00 p.m., with the Welcome Reception following from 7:00 - 10:00 p.m. The Welcome Reception will be held off-site this year at the McNamara Alumni Center at the University of Minnesota. Shuttle bus transportation will be provided. Please see the agenda for more details.
  • The conference ends on Wednesday, May 15 with a plenary session and closing remarks from 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

Preconference Seminars

On Sunday, May 12, CUMREC will be offering a set of preconference seminars. These seminars will provide attendees a chance to explore key issues, tools, and subjects in great detail. These full- or half-day sessions will be intensive, in-depth, and highly interactive sessions dealing with the topics that are pertinent to administrative technology and service professionals. (Separate registration and fee required to attend a preconference seminar.)

  • Full-Day Seminars
  • Half-Day Seminars
  • All Seminars

Conference Schedule

You can view the full conference schedule, or follow the links below for schedule information for specific dates.

Track Sessions

There are more than 60 presentations this year distributed across the following tracks:

Birds-of-a-Feather Informal Meetings

To give CUMREC attendees even more opportunities to network, CUMREC has added Informal Birds-of-a-Feather meetings during lunch on Monday, May 13. If you want to sit with others who share your professional interests, check the designated bulletin board near the conference registration desk, which will allow you to sign up for your area of interest. Table signs in the lunch area will direct participants to appropriate areas of the lunch room.

Special Interest Groups

To provide an opportunity for attendees to network with colleagues who have similar interests and responsibilities, Special Interest Group (SIG) meetings are offered. Each SIG has a coordinator who will facilitate discussion and collaboration on the specified topics. The sessions will enable attendees to share their experiences and insights as well as listen to the advice and experiences of others with similar concerns and objectives.

Night with the Minnesota Twins

Join your CUMREC colleagues for a night at the ballpark Saturday, May 11, when the Minnesota Twins play the New York Yankees. Take advantage of a night of exciting, big-league baseball entertainment for just $28 per person, which includes a ticket and round-trip bus ride to the stadium. Tickets to the game can be ordered through the online registration form.

(Please note: If you have already registered for the CUMREC 2002 conference, please contact our Member Services department at 303-449-4430 or [email protected] to amend your registration.)

Golf Tournament

The golf tournament, once again sponsored by CollegeNET, will be held on Sunday, May 12, 2002 at The Wilds Golf Club in Prior Lake, Minnesota.


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