We rely on the help of proposal reviewers to decide which concurrent session and poster presentation proposals to accept. New, mid, and senior-level transfer professionals from all functional areas, as well as faculty, administrators, and researchers, are welcome to volunteer. Prior participation as a NISTS conference presenter is preferred but not required.
Please become a reviewer if you have expertise in any of this year's content themes:
Enhancing Access, Affordability, and Wellness
Fostering Inclusion, Engagement, and Community
Leading and Advocating for Change
Maximizing Credits and Streamlining Pathways
Optimizing the Matriculation Process
Supporting Diverse and Special Populations
Things to Consider
Reviewers will be assigned up to 5 proposals that match their area of interest and/or expertise. Please review the Proposal Review Guidelines to see what type of feedback we're looking for.
It will take 15-30 minutes to evaluate each proposal. You can do them all in one sitting or spread them throughout the three-week review window.
The review process is totally online. We'll email detailed instructions for logging in and submitting your reviews on or around September 20th.
Interested in reviewing?
Thank you for considering this important role! The interest form closed on Friday, September 8th. Please consider volunteering next year instead.
If you have any questions, please contact Emily Kittrell.
Reviewer Applications Due
Friday, September 8th
11:59 pm EST
Proposal Review Window
September 20th -
Looking for an opportunity to practice your skills, gain valuable experience, and expand your network? Look no further, the NISTS conference committees are here!
As a committee member, you’ll make a meaningful contribution and improve the conference experience for fellow transfer professionals while having fun and building new relationships with colleagues across the country. It’s a plus if you’ve planned conferences or large events and have attended the NISTS annual conference, but not required for most of the committees.
Each committee will include six to ten individuals who represent a range of transfer-related roles and experience. The duties and time required for each group varies and may evolve as conference planning progresses. In general, these are working groups with specific responsibilities and assignments that will meet at least once per month through May 2024.
We know this is a significant commitment of your time and effort, so NISTS will provide complementary conference registration for committee members. And while each committee will provide input for the conference experience, we understand not everyone will be able to participate in the actual event.
This year's conference committees include:
Networking and Engagement
Join us for a quick and interactive Zoom session to learn about this year's conference committees! NISTS staff will present a very brief overview of each team's duties and work timelines and then answer any questions you have. Participants are invited to interact with their cameras/mics on or via the chat window. We will record the meeting and share the video with all registered participants, so sign up even if you can't attend live.
Wednesday, July 26th at 1 pm EST
Interested in joining the planning team?
Thank you for considering this important role! The interest form closed on August 4, 2023.
If you have any questions, please contact Judith Brauer at email@example.com.
Committee Work Window
August 2023 - May 2024
Committee Interest Form Due
August 4, 2023
On-site volunteers play a critically important role in helping the conference program run smoothly, and there are a variety of opportunities to lend your skills and time. As a volunteer, you'll have the chance to network with NISTS staff members and colleagues from across the nation, all while gaining a unique behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to run a national conference.
The volunteer sign-up list is open! >> Sign-Up Here
Volunteer positions include the following:
Registration Help Desk