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Recently, you may have seen an email in your inbox inviting you to participate in an ASCA Snap Poll.  Several weeks ago, the ASCA Board of Directors charged a group of five individuals to research site locations for the ASCA Annual Conference and Donald D. Gehring Academy starting in 2020.  The committee includes Dr. Brent Ericson, Danielle Pettigrew, JoCynda Hudson, Matthew Sullivan and myself. Each person brings a variety of experience, knowledge, and involvement with ASCA events.  Site selection is an important decision for the association as these events have significant impacts on our educational offerings as well as the financial stability of the organization.




by Jennifer Waller, PhD

 

Recently, you may have seen an email in your inbox inviting you to participate in an ASCA Snap Poll.  Several weeks ago, the ASCA Board of Directors charged a group of five individuals to research site locations for the ASCA Annual Conference and Donald D. Gehring Academy starting in 2020.  The committee includes Dr. Brent Ericson, Danielle Pettigrew, JoCynda Hudson, Matthew Sullivan and myself. Each person brings a variety of experience, knowledge, and involvement with ASCA events.  Site selection is an important decision for the association as these events have significant impacts on our educational offerings as well as the financial stability of the organization.

Member input is vital to this committee's work in making decisions about the future locations of ASCA events.  However, since we recognize that long surveys have not always been successful, with low response rates, we decided to use a different strategy.   Snap polls include 5-10 questions that are quick, or “a snap”, to complete in a short timeframe with questions are focused around a single topic or subject.  Over the next 4 weeks, we will be releasing a snap poll each Tuesday morning and closing it on Friday.  Please look for the invitation in your email box and send us your input in a snap.  

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