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Binghamton University Student Affairs conference
Student Affairs Professionals

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November 10, 2017 at the 
DoubleTree by Hilton, Binghamton, N.Y.

Register for the conference!
Registration deadline: Oct. 27

Student Affairs Professionals

Get involved

Interested in participating as more than just a conference attendee? Submit a session proposal, sign up to volunteer or become a conference sponsor.

Session proposal deadline: Oct. 6

Student Affairs Professionals

Conference Details

Learn about our keynote speaker, and review the conference schedule and all the session descriptions.

Binghamton University

Plan your trip

Join us on Thursday, Nov. 9, for pre-conference networking events, get directions to Binghamton and make your hotel reservations.


Student Affairs Conference

In the wake of a contentious election season and as more and more Americans turn to the internet — and specifically social media — as a primary source for news, concerns about "fake news" abound. But are there other issues with how we choose to interact with (or avoid) certain streams of information, groups of people or schools of thought? How much of this informational echo chamber is created by algorithms and technology, and how much is self-imposed? Are there groups that we specifically, as Student Affairs professionals, are guilty of overlooking? 

This conference presents an opportunity for Student Affairs professionals of all experience levels to commit to identifying and challenging our own biases, while developing ways to eliminate echo chambers in our lives and institutions and helping students do the same.

Last Updated: 11/6/17