NACUFS invites senior-level collegiate foodservice leaders, auxiliary professionals, higher education administration, and those who aspire to such positions, to delve into tailored programming designed to empower and engage. Transform your future with the knowledge and skills necessary for success in this dynamic industry.
Gain an exclusive overview from the academic research team responsible for the highly anticipated Campus Dining 2030 and Beyond research findings, which promise to redefine the way we perceive the industry in the coming decade. You'll also hear from a diverse range of expert speakers, who will delve into the dynamic interplay between higher education, technology, and labor, providing thought-provoking perspectives and practical solutions for the challenges ahead. Attendees of this exclusive event will have the opportunity to connect with other thought leaders and engage in riveting discussions that will help shape the future of campus dining.
Member price: $649
Non-member price: $899
This November and December, you can gain tools, insights, and resources to excel in the ever-evolving world of campus dining management. The NACUFS Executive Leadership Webinar Series will look at ways leadership can work with their teams to gather and use data in decision-making, turn that information into a strategy for actionable steps, and then use the data to tell the story of their operation. Sign up for one webinar or the entire series!
Speaker: Dr. Ellen Mandinach, senior research scientist, WestEd
Date: Tuesday, November 14, 2023
Time: 3 p.m. EST
Speaker: Dr. Donald Addison II, managing partner, SC&E Partners
Date: Thursday, November 30, 2023
Time: 1 p.m. EST
Speaker: Taji Torrilhon, business coach and content strategist
Date: Thursday, December 7, 2023
Time: 1 p.m. EST
Member price: $49 per webinar/$129 series
Non-member price: $79 per webinar/$199 series
The Operator Roundtables (January 16-17) and Foodservice Directors Symposium (January 18-19) in New Orleans, Louisiana will allow senior-level operators to gather with collegiate foodservice peers and industry members to discuss emerging issues and solutions. Participants will gain insight to help meet operational performance goals, build and strengthen relationships, and participate in group facilitated discussions on various topics. A limited number of program grants, which cover the symposium registration fee and three nights in the hotel, are available to NACUFS member institutions. Grant applications are due Friday, November 10.
Register to Attend the Symposium Only