The National Conference of Academic Deans features outstanding speakers, case studies and active dialogue on topics relevant to the work of provosts, deans, and associate deans. Experienced and new administrators alike will gain new perspectives and an expanded network of colleagues in an informal, relaxed atmosphere.
Established in 1941 by Schiller Scroggs and Henry Bennett of Oklahoma State University, the National Conference of Academic Deans is the nation’s oldest organization with programming focused on current issues and challenges in higher education administration. The conference offers a refreshing departure from the crammed schedule of packaged seminars. At the NCAD annual conference you will always find excellent programs supplemented by valuable corridor conversations with colleagues.