Upcoming Regional Workshops

  • Phoenix College, January 6-8, 2016, Phoenix, AZ (CLICK HERE for more details).  Applications to attend this workshop are being accepted until Dec. 20th, but seating is limited.  Travel awards are also available.

Recent Regional Workshops

  • Seton Hill University, Oct. 31-Nov.1, 2015, Greensburg, PA
  • Miami University, October 10-11, 2015, Oxford, OH
  • McLennan Community College, June 18-20, 2015, Waco, TX
  • CCURI Lab Methods Conference, July 8-12, 2015, Tulsa, OK
  • Volunteer State Community College, January 8-9, 2015, Nashville Pike, Gallatin, TN
  • CCURI Lab Methods Conference, May 20 - 22, 2014, Tulsa, OK

Requesting a Regional Workshop

If 10 or more individuals from one or more academic institutions in the U.S. are willing to host a training workshop at a single location, then MGAN workshop facilitators will come to your location. During the academic year, we typically offer a 1 day (Saturday) or 1- 1/2 day (Saturday & Sunday) workshop. However, other formats can be negotiated, especially if the workshop is offered over the summer or during an institutional break.

There are a limited number of regional workshops each year. Priority will be given to requests that have the greatest student and faculty impact, involve institutions with high underrepresented minority student populations, community college, and/or a network of institutions.

All travel and room and board costs for the MGAN trainers are covered by MGAN.

For most regional workshops, the hosting institution must supply an on-campus computer lab or a facility with Wifi access, at least 10 attendees, and a primary contact person to assist the MGAN trainers with the logistical arrangements (e.g., hotel and directions). If an institution does not have a suitable computer lab, then moving the venue to a nearby conferencing facility with Wifi capability is an option that can be discussed with the National MGAN Office.

To request a regional MGAN Training Workshop, complete the request form at this link. Contact Lori Scott at loriscott@augustana.edu if you have any questions or problems with the survey.