Says Susanna Miller-Raines, chair of Southeast Postsecondary Education Alliance: “We are excited to holding our fourth SEPSEA Capacity Building Institute in Memphis this year. The Southeast has become quite a positive force in the inclusive postsecondary education movement, and we are lucky to be able to harness the great energy, resources, and expertise we have in our region through this alliance and the conference.”
It’s an event you don’t want to miss! Hosted by the University of Memphis, this year’s CBI is April 19-20. Registration is at a reduced rate until March 1: $100 for students and $150 for parents and professionals. Fees include access to all conference activities, breakfast both days, lunch both days, and admission into the National Civil Rights Museum and dinner on Thursday, April 19 as well as a commemorative MLK 50th t-shirt. Register here: http://emsreg.memphis.edu/sepsea2018.
There’s there’s still time to submit a proposal to present, as well! This year’s theme is Students with IDD Have a Dream: Success in College and Beyond. Presentations should represent best practices in inclusive postsecondary education for students, K-12 educators/transition specialists, college & university professionals, and family members. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SEPSEA2018