MindMax attends a large number of higher education, marketing and technology conferences and events throughout the year to keep on top of the latest industry trends, thought leadership, and technologies.
MindMax CEO and founder, Lee Maxey, presents often at industry conferences. If you’d like to request him as a speaker, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here’s where we’ll be this year and some events we are hosting.
UPCEA: Forum on the Future of Work in New York City, NY.
The Forum on the Future of Work aims to expand the body of knowledge around the future of work and its impact on curriculum, instruction, and career development in the field of professional studies. We’ll be in attendance from June 20-21 at Columbia University. We’d love to see you there!
IHE NOW: The Future of Public Higher Ed
The Future of Public Higher Ed is a three-day summit that will address issues such as the impact of demographic and funding fluctuations on the business models of many state colleges and universities, free speech, and the education-to-career pipeline. We’ll be in attendance from July 8-10 in Baltimore. We hope you can join us!
See what events we’ve attended in the past!
2018 UPCEA Annual Conference in Baltimore, MD.
The UPCEA Annual Conference is the most significant assembly of thought leaders and practitioners today in the field of professional, continuing, and online education. Join us March 14-16 in Baltimore for engaging keynote speakers, high-energy concurrent sessions, and plentiful networking opportunities.
2017 UPCEA New England Region Conference
The UPCEA New England Region Conference, focuses on the shifting priorities for institutions of higher education and today’s learner, expanding upon our more traditional programs to new, innovative programs that meet the needs of today’s learner, as well as providing practical training and educational needs.
Georgia Tech Professional Education at our 1st Annual South Business & Higher Education Roundtable in Atlanta, GA.
Shape the Future of the Workforce
As the number of jobs requiring postsecondary education credentials continues to grow, the connection between higher education and the workforce has never been so important. Statistics have proven that having a secondary degree or certificate will only become more vital in the future – for the individual and for the economy overall. How will institutions meet this need and what role should they play in doing so?