BUILDING BLOCKS OF EFFECTIVE COMPLIANCE AND ETHICS PROGRAMS
DATA PRIVACY AND SECURITY
SEXUAL HARASSMENT AND MISCONDUCT: FROM THE CLASSROOM TO THE WORKPLACE
ACCESSIBILITY, COMPLIANCE, AND DISABILITY SERVICES
POLICY AND PROCEDURE MANAGEMENT
EMPLOYEE PREPAREDNESS AND TRAINING PROGRAMS
UTILIZING YOUR ETHICAL CODES OF CONDUCT TO REDUCE RISK AND BUILD A BETTER CULTURE
Designing thinking, simply put, is the methodolgy behind creative innovation. At ICUCEC, we believe that all things are achievable if individuals are given the freedom to tackle challenges with flexibility and creativity. Through it's five element methodology, Design Thinking gives participants the tools necessary to break traditional molds and solutions to make way for more efficient, empathetic, and lasting ideas. In a fast paced team setting, participants will 1). EMPATHIZE; 2). DEFINE; 3). IDEATE; 4). PROTOTYPE; AND 5). TEST.
BEST PRACTICES WITHOUT HIGH PRICES
ACCESS TO EXPERTS BEYOND CONCURRENT SESSIONS
RETURN TO YOUR CAMPUS WITH AN ACTION PLAN FOR SUCCESS
ATTEND A CONFERENCE. JOIN A COMMUNITY.
June 4th-5th, 2018
Boca Raton, Florida
ANNUAL CONFERENCE AND MEETING
The ICUCEC Annual Conference and Meeting is different. With the understanding that limited resources should not prevent administrators from collaborating to develop best practices, the ICUCEC Annual Conference and Meeting invites all campus administrators and those currently enrolled in educational programs preparing to become campus administrators to attend the conference free of charge. Access to best practices should not strain the budget and ideas should not be limited to the slide notes from a short concurrent session. Utilizing an innovative Design Thinking Method, the ICUCEC Annual Conference and Meeting will invite speakers and attendees into our custom Design Thinking Lounge to engage in robust and innovative conversations about how to tackle the challenges we are facing on our unique campuses. All Design Thinking participants will have to ability to return to their campuses with an action plan for change informed by nation-wide best practices but designed around their unique campus culture.