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The SALT Annual Conference is a free, all-day, peer-led, on-campus conference created specifically for Penn staff and faculty who are engaged in student affairs.  It is an opportunity for colleagues to learn from each other and discover what is happening across our campus and throughout the profession. The conference is held a few weeks after graduation (end of May or early July) and includes a full day of sessions, networking, a keynote speaker and fantastic food!

o June 4 – Starting an Assessment Conversation

o June 11 ‘” No formal programming ‘” we encourage you to take a walk and call a loved one during the day, someone you haven’t had a chance to talk to or bond with in a while

o June 18 – Connecting the Dots: Guided Self-Reflection with CURF

o June 25 ‘” No formal programming ‘” we encourage you to take time this week to have a virtual lunch with colleagues you have not connected with in a while!

o July 2 – Using data for sexual violence prevention

o July 9 – Translate, create, and evaluate: Using data to inform mental health programming

o July 16 ‘” Using Technology to Meet Students Where They Are

o July 23 – Let’s Get Virtual: New Resources from Undergraduate Admissions for Reaching and Connecting with Students

o July 30 – Understanding and Managing Parental Influence in Student Experiences

o August 6 – Privacy at Penn

· Questions should be sent to the conference chairs:

o Aman Goyal (

o Batsirai Bvunzawabaya (

o Dani Crowl (

o Trina Sokoloski (