Every year in July, members of ABSAP converge on a B-school in a city that will never be the same. Members enjoy three days of professional and social events that encourage information sharing on best practices from the various schools represented. Attendees are able to brainstorm ideas that provide a much-needed surge to go back to their respective campuses with a fresh approach to their profession.
The annual conference is a collaborative environment where exchanging ideas and sharing successes and failures (we all have them!) enable attendees to learn from others, benchmark peer schools, brainstorm ideas and grow professionally.
A business school must have paid current membership dues in order for alumni relations professionals to attend the annual conference. If your membership is not current, log in and select “Profile -> Pay Membership Dues” to update membership, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Mark your calendar and note the new Monday evening to Thursday format based on feedback at the 2019 conference!
July 12-15, 2021
|2021 – Tepper School of Business – Carnegie Mellon University|
|2022 – Krannert School of Management – Purdue University|
|2023 – Yale School of Management – Yale University|
|2024 – Tippie College of Business – University of Iowa|
|2019 – Warrington College of Business Administration – University of Florida|
|2018 – Ross School of Business – University of Michigan|
|2017 – Cox School of Business – Southern Methodist University|
|2016 – Haas School of Business – University of California, Berkeley|
|2015 – Olin Business School – Washington University in St. Louis|
|2014 – Smeal College of Business – Pennsylvania State University|
|2013 – College of Business – University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign|
|2012 – McCombs School of Business – University of Texas at Austin|
|2011 – Michael G. Foster School of Business – University of Washington|
|2010 – Robert H. Smith School of Business – University of Maryland|
|2009 – Kenan-Flagler Business School – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill|
|2008 – Leonard N. Stern School of Business – New York University|
|2007 – Booth School of Business – University of Chicago|
|2006 – Goizueta Business School – Emory University|
|2005 – Wisconsin School of Business – University of Wisconsin – Madison|
|2004 – Carlson School of Management – University of Minnesota|
|2003 – Kelley School of Business – Indiana University|
|2001 – Kelley School of Business – Indiana University|