Rhythms of life: Vibrant Cultures & Communities (ACUI)
|Event Date/Time: Mar 25, 2001||End Date/Time: Mar 28, 2001|
|Paper Submission Date: Aug 04, 2000|
The ACUI annual conference is a significant educational experience for its members. In order to maximize the learning opportunities at the annual conference, the members of the 2001 Conference Program Committee have developed the following objectives to guide us in the planning of the Association's annual conference. Our expectations for the conference include:
allowing participants to explore the city of Toronto;
providing a truly international experience;
using the "rhythms" metaphor throughout the conference to illustrate ideas, concepts, etc.;
creating a program that is based on research and association input; and
With this in mind, the Conference Program Committee will seek a balance of programs that reflect the following communities within our profession:
Community of administration & finance;
Community of campus life and program management;
Community of operations; and
Other cultures and communities that are a part of college unions and student activities
Each conference participant will leave Toronto "in step with" the ACUI rhythm of life-the vibrant cultures and communities that compose the Association, our profession, our campuses, and our students.
Toronto is a world within a city, a brilliant collage of cultures, cuisines, arts, and attractions. Our host city is host to many others you might know: Toronto Blue Jays baseball, Niagra Falls, Maple Leafs hockey, Casa Loma, the CN Tower, Toronto Raptors basketball, the SkyDome, and the Famous People Players. English and French are spoken in Toronto, but you'll have to exchange your U.S. money for Canadian.
The Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel is in the heart of the city's most vibrant shopping, theaters, and entertainment. Within walking distance from CN Tower, SkyDome, and Eaten Centre shopping mall, the Sheraton Centre offers 1,382 sleeping rooms, a swimming pool, a spa/fitness center, five on-site restaurants, and all the meeting rooms for the conference.
The conference hotel is connected to The PATH: over six miles of underground walkways connecting shops, theaters, restaurants, and attractions. Also within a short walk of the hotel is the Toronto Harbor to the south and University of Toronto to the north.
ITT Sheraton and The Sheraton Centre Toronto are committed to full compliance with the requirements of the ADA. Signers for the hearing impaired can be arranged by contacting the ACUI Central Office at (812) 855-8550.
Hosted by Indiana University-Bloomington
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