Administrators' Conference
Share |

2017 Administrators' Conference & New Chairs' School

  • ACSP Governing Board Meeting - March 9
  • New Chairs' School - March 9
  • Deans' Dinner - March 9 at Tavern64
  • Administrators' Conference - March 10 & 11


Chairs, Deans, Assistant Deans, Associate Deans, Program Directors, Center Directors and other university administrators, as well as those soon to assume such're invited to attend! View Agenda

Event Registration

Use the link below to register to attend the New Chairs' School, the Administrators' Conference and related events. Any questions about registration, please contact Cathy Neal, Registration Manager.


  • New Chairs' School - $125
  • Administrators' Conference - $295 (all administrators and deans invited)
  • Deans' Dinner - $75 (deans, assistant deans and associate deans invited)

Event Hotel

Hyatt Regency Reston
1800 Presidents Street, Reston, VA  20190


The current metro stop, Wiehle-Reston East, is 1 mile from the hotel. The hotel shuttle will make trips from the hotel to the metro stop based on reservations. A Reston metro stop is in the works and has an estimated completion time in 2020 which is a bit late for the 2017 Administrator's Conference! but this link will provide a sneak peak at the plans for the new metro station. Reston Metro Station!


Reston Town Center parking garages are available on a per hour basis or a 24 hour basis at $2/hour.

About Reston

From the web site of the Reston Association ~ Reston is at a key moment in its history. Over 50 years old, Reston has changed immensely from its earliest days, and more change is likely to come. As our community grows, Reston Association is committed to ensuring that growth is community-oriented, sustainable, and true to the original principles of Reston’s founding. Read more...

2017 Committee on the Academy

  • Niraj Verma, 2017 Co-Chair,, Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Bruce Stiftel, 2017 Co-Chair,, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Maria Manta Conroy, The Ohio State University
  • Greg Lindsey, University of Minnesota
  • Ed Feser, Oregon State University
  • Stacey White, University of Kansas

Future Administrators' Conferences

  • Spring, 2019, location tbd
  • Spring, 2021, location tbd


The Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning promotes education, research, service and outreach in the United States and throughout the world by seeking to:

  • recognize diverse needs and interests in planning;
  • improve and enhance the accreditation process, and;
  • strengthen the role of planning education in colleges and universities through publications, conferences, and community engagement;
  • extend planning beyond the classroom into the world of practice.