Non-AAVA Meetings

American Association of Anatomists (AAA) 2015 Annual Meeting

Hosted with Experimental Biology
Boston, MA
March 28–31, 2015
http://www.anatomy.org/content/annualmeeting

11th International Interim Conference on Plastination

Vitoria, Brazil
July 13–16, 2015
http://isp.plastination.org/InterimVitoria15/

European Association of Veterinary Anatomists (EAVA) 2016 Meeting

Vienna, Austria
July 27–30, 2016
http://www.eava.eu/modules/info/index.php?content=7:19

Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching

Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching is a national conference that covers all disciplines in college teaching, and a fair amount of health sciences (lots of nursing educators attend and present). I like it because the sessions all very practical and centered around solid learning theory. The only difficulty is deciding which sessions to attend—they run about 4 tracks concurrently. I always come away with something new that improves my practice of teaching immediately, and I meet a lot of new people every year. Traverse City is also beautiful in September. This year will be my 4th time attending (3rd as a presenter), and given that the time of the year is difficult to get away with my teaching schedule, I think that speaks to the quality of the conference—I have never felt that I should have stayed home. The above conference is one of 4 national Lilly conferences and one international one. For information about all of the Lilly Conferences, visit www.lillyconferences.com. — Judy Klimek, Kansas State University


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