44th Annual Conference
Portland, Oregon, USA

Pre-Conferences: November 13-14, 2019
Conference: November 14-16, 2019
Apply or nominate a student or colleague for an #ASHE2019 Professional Development Event
  • Monday, July 1:
  • Nominations/Applications open
  • Sunday, September 15, Noon Pacific:
  • Nominations/Applications close
  • Wednesday, September 25:
  • Notification of acceptance
  • Thursday, October 31:
  • Registration and payment deadline for events (for those with fees)

For questions about any of these events, you can reach out to the event chair(s) listed on their respective websites or the ASHE Office at ashe@unlv.edu or (702) 895-2737.
Reimagining Research Workshops (New!)
These workshops are intended as a space for ASHE members to engage with and explore cutting-edge quantitative and qualitative research methodologies in ways that center critical methods and inquiry in research. A total of four workshops will be offered in back-to-back sessions on Thursday, November 14th. Each workshop will be led by leading scholars in the field and will challenge participants to expand their methodological imagination.
CAHEP Early Career Faculty Workshop
Now in its 12th year, the Council for the Advancement of Higher Education Programs (CAHEP) offers an Early Career Faculty Workshop to assistant professors, new associate professors in higher education programs, and advanced doctoral students at the dissertation stage who intend to become faculty. 
CAHEP Mid-Career Career Faculty Workshop (New!)
The Council for the Advancement of Higher Education Programs (CAHEP) Mid-Career Faculty Workshop is intended for mid-career faculty including associate professors and those faculty members who are full professors, but with 15 years plus remaining prior to retirement. The goal is to provide workshop attendees with tools and resources to navigate the mid-career stage including advancement to full and/or administrative pursuits.
CEP Mentor-Protege Program
The ASHE Council for Ethnic Participation's (CEP) Mentor-Protégé Program (MPP) is intended to provide members of racially/ethnically minoritized populations with mutually beneficial mentoring relationships. The MPP highly encourages graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, administrators, student affairs personnel, as well as junior and senior faculty to participate in this mentoring program.
CIHE Mentor Program
The ASHE Council for International Higher Education (CIHE) runs an annual Mentor Program as part of the ASHE CIHE Pre-Conference Forum. The main goal of the program is to provide a structure that facilitates the creation of new connections and potential mentoring relationships between faculty, staff, researchers, and students who are interested in international/comparative higher education.
CIHE Career Success Workshop for International Students and Scholars (New!)
The Council for International Higher Education's (CIHE) Career Success Workshop for International Students and Scholars is intended for advanced doctoral students, recent graduates, post-docs, and early career faculty from international backgrounds. While the program is proposed under the umbrella of CIHE, it is important to acknowledge that not all international doctoral students and early career faculty are affiliated with research related to international issues and topics.
Graduate Student Policy Seminar
The Graduate Student Policy Seminar (GSPS) provides graduate students with opportunities to interact with researchers, policy-shapers and policymakers who are knowledgeable about critical public policy issues related to higher education. The seminar also offers participants an opportunity to engage other advanced graduate students with similar interests and ambitions from universities across the nation.
Pre-Conference Forum on College Sports Finance
*Note: This event is through registration only and does not require an application/nomination.
Now in its 10th year, the Pre-Conference Forum on College Sports Finance engages the ASHE community on the issues of the relationship between intercollegiate athletics and higher education. This year's keynote speaker will be Dr. Scott Hirko, Associate for Communications and Research, Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics, and Assistant Professor of Sport Management, Defiance College.