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Prospice: Looking Ahead at Events of Interest for Higher Education

Magazine article Matrix: The Magazine for Leaders in Higher Education

Prospice: Looking Ahead at Events of Interest for Higher Education

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If you use and enable technology to support administrative processes in higher education and also like to play tennis, hike, or go horseback riding, then don't miss the CUMREC 2001 conference to be held May 13-15 at the Pointe South Mountain Resort in Phoenix, Ariz.

A strong program focusing on the innovations and solutions being created in administrative technology to move higher-education institutions forward is scheduled. The rapid growth of electronic commerce, an explosion of Web applications, and a maturing use of data warehousing and enterprise resource planning (ERP) are just a few of the important issues the 2001 conference will confront. The conference, which is being hosted by Arizona State University, will bring administrators together with their peers and corporate partners to strategize, brainstorm, and trade information about these issues.

CUMREC also promises fun in the sun. Choose from a variety of activities including a golf tournament, a night of baseball when the Arizona Diamondbacks play the Philadelphia Phillies, and an opportunity to explore the geographic and cultural diversity of the Southwest.

And just because the conference ends doesn't mean the fun has to. A 55-mile rafting trip down the lower Colorado River through the Grand Canyon has been arranged and designed specifically for CUMREC conference attendees.

Spend the better part of three days on the river and two days camping along its shoreline.

For information about CUMREC, visit http://www.Cumrec.org.

There's no place like the Big Apple, the "capital of the world," to host a conference that will help college and university leaders develop innovative business practices. The National Association of College and University Business Officers annual conference takes place there July 28-31. Presentations, interactive sessions, and discussions will showcase the following topics: accounting and finance, business operations, policy issues in higher education, institutional effectiveness, and technology. …

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