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Call for presentations--Stan Hywet Symposium

From: Joanne Fenn <jfenn1<-at->
Date: Monday, March 9, 2009
The 2009 Stan Hywet Symposium takes place on September 18-19, 2009
in Akron, Ohio. USA

    <URL:http://www.stanhywet.org/record/record.aspx>

The topic is Models of Change: Keeping the Doors Open

We are currently looking for presenters for the symposium.

For more information see

    Call for Presentations:
    <URL:http://www.stanhywet.org/
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      File/2009/SH%20Symposium/2009%20Stan%20Hywet%20Symposium_Call
      %20for%20Presentations.pdf>

    Symposium Guidelines
      <URL:http://www.stanhywet.org/
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      File/2009/SH%20Symposium/2009%20Stam%20Hywet
      %20Symposium_submission%20guidelines(1).pdf>

    Symposium Submission Form
      <URL:http://www.stanhywet.org/
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      File/2009/SH%20Symposium/2009%20Stan%20Hywet%20Symposium
      %20Presentation%20Submission%20Form.pdf>

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Deadline for submission is 5 pm, April 2, 2009.  Notification of
selection: April 30, 2009.

Background: The Stan Hywet Symposium was initiated in 2007 as a
forum for the study and discussion of a diverse range of historical,
architectural, and preservation issues. Collaborating with Stan
Hywet Hall and Gardens are The University of Akron, Kent State
University and Ursuline College. Symposium lectures take place at
the historic Stan Hywet Hall and Gardensand include personalized
tours and intimate gatherings. The symposium expects to bring
together over 200 participants from all areas of the region for two
days of programming and networking.

The 2009 Symposium will bring together a consortium of experts and
students for the exchange of ideas on models of change and best
practices to help weather the challenges faced by non-profits and
institutions in today's climate.

The 2009 Symposium will host a broad variety of experts who will
bring new ideas and possible solutions to the economic challenges
faced by all public institutions during these trying times.

For more information, contact

    Chrissy Kozey
    Symposium Liaison
    330-315-3261
    ckozey<-at->stanhywet<.>org email

Joanne Fenn
Museum Registrar/Collections Manager
Kent State University Museum
PO Box 5190
Kent OH 44242-0001
330-672-0305


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