Student Technology Conference

June 13 – 16, 2016 in Las Vegas, NV

Professional Development Seminars Announced

What Happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas…. Except when you have the opportunity to engage in even more professional development as part of the 2016 STC!! Participating in a Professional Development Seminar will give you the opportunity to immerse yourself in one of five specially selected workshops that will deepen your understanding of important technology or management topics.

Morning Sessions

Digital Storytelling (Michael Jager, Oregon State University)

Empowerment and Team Development (Soaring Eagle Enterprises, Inc)

Afternoon Sessions

Classroom Technologies (Scott F. Menter and Frank Alaimo, University of Nevada, Las Vegas )

Managing and Leading Services (Soaring Eagle Enterprises, Inc )

Full Day Session

CompTIA Security+ Introduction (Russ Ward, University of Alabama – $125.00)

To see a description of the sessions and price please click here.

Now Accepting Nominations for the Senti-Merriman Award

The Senti-Merriman Award was created in honor of Sandy Senti and Jeff Merriman, the organization’s founding members. Sandy and Jeff were the driving force behind the creation of the ResNet Symposium and its early success was the result of their commitment to residential technology and their shared respect for the contributions of those who make ResNet programs possible: students living in residence halls and ResNet student staff.

For the 2016 Student Technology Conference at University of Nevada, Las Vegas, the Senti-Merriman Award will cover the registration fee for the conference as well as on-campus housing and travel expenses. Funding for the award is provided, in part, by the silent auction, held annually since the 2009 conference at St. Cloud State University. As in the past, the nominating institution will be required to send a staff member to accompany the award recipient at the conference.

Additional information on the award, such as how to apply, is available at http://resnetinc.org/student-technology-conference/senti-merriman-award/. Nominations are due by Monday, April 4.

If you have any questions, would like any additional information, or have any thoughts on the award, please contact me at jim.rizzo@resnetinc.org.

Present at the 2016 Student Technology Conference!

Looking to maximize your travel funds? Want to share a new process or technique with your colleagues? Why not submit a proposal for a presentation?

Presenters get $100 discount if your proposal is accepted. Accepted presenters will receive notification by mid-March.

Submit proposals at https://sites.google.com/a/resnetinc.org/stc2016/home

Registration is OPEN!!

HeyRebSTC ResNet,Inc. and UNLV are proud to announce that registration for the 2016 Student Technology Conference is now open.  Click on the registration tab to register now.

Registration includes sessions (excluding Professional Development Seminars), four breakfasts, three lunches, and three dinners.

Registration:

Regular Registration: $600 (February 20 through May 13)

Late Registration: $650 (After May 14th)

Housing (On-Campus):

Single Occupancy Room: $70 per night

Double Occupancy Room: $40 per night

See the registration site for single day registration options.

New for 2016: We are offering a discounted third registration for individuals from the same institution. If you qualify for this discount, please complete your registration and select “Pay by Check”, then email host@resnetinc.org and we will adjust the registration fee. Please note that all registration fees for the institution must be paid in full by May 13 or the discount will be removed.

Welcome

The University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) is excited to host the 23rd annual Student Technology Conference.

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UNLV’s main campus is located within minutes of entertainment, housing and transportation options that will accommodate a successful conference. UNLV has a new Student Union facility that houses state of the art meeting accommodations. Beyond our reputation of being in the center of the entertainment capital of the world, Las Vegas has a lot to offer in the area of technology growth. Las Vegas is known for being one of the most digitally connected cities along with housing one of the largest data centers in the world.

We hope to see you in 2016!