2013 HBCU Week Conference "HBCUs Facing Foward: A New Paradigm for Educating the 21st-Century Student


The White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (WHI-HBCU) is conducting an online survey regarding the 2013 National HBCU Week Conference. This anonymous survey should take about 5-7 minutes to complete.

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There are 10 questions in this survey.

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1. Which of the categories below best describe your role(s) at the conference?
2. What was your main reason for attending this conference?
3. Did the conference fulfill your main reason for attending?
4. Overall, how would you assess the following:
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The conference as a whole
The speakers/presentations
The pre-conference or on-site registration process
The conference materials provided
Communications from the WHI-HBCU office about this conference (including information on the website)
The conference location
The conference facilities
The conference format (morning sessions, lunch, afternoon sessions, breaks, length of the sessions)
The meal arrangements
5. How did you learn about this conference?
6. To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements:
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The conference theme was timely and appropriate.
The conference content was closely related to the conference theme.
The conference helped me return to my institution/organization with renewed enthusiasm.
The conference was well organized.
The conference staff was helpful.
7. Please rate the QUALITY of the conference sessions listed below.
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Opening Plenary with Secretary Arne Duncan
College Affordability and Value
Funding Opportunities and Resources
Developing National Cyber Security Workforce
Research Models for Computer Science, Agriculture and Environmental Management
Higher Education Policy Issues
Dialogue with Senior Department of Education Officials
HBCUs: Driving Success in a Global Society with Ernest Green, Member, Little Rock Nine
Federal Student Aid Update
Internationalization at HBCUs
Federal Research and Development Programs
HBCUs and the Entertainment, Media and Communications Industry
Models of Best Practice for College Completion
8. Please rate the USEFULNESS TO YOU of the conference sessions listed below.
Very uselessSomewhat uselessNeither useful nor uselessSomewhat usefulVery usefulNot applicable
Next Generation Partnerships
Strengthening the Dream through Inter Generational Leadership
Emergency Management and Public Safety
Workforce Development for Health Professions
STEM Opportunities for HBCUs
Considering Corporate Partnerships
HBCU Based Entrepreneurial Ecosystems
Closing Luncheon with White House Initiative on HBCU Executive Director, George Cooper
9. Do you plan to attend again next year?
10. We welcome any additional comments you care to share about this year’s conference.
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