January 30- February 2, 2022
What’s Next – Resiliency and Transformative Change
Treasury Symposium 2022 will be the Treasury Institute for Higher Education's first in-person meeting since the emergence of COVID-19, and the health and safety of our attendees is our priority. The Institute will strictly follow the CDC and the local guidelines in effect at the time of the Treasury Symposium. Meals and meeting spaces will be arranged to accommodate distance as much as possible, but distances may be less than 6 feet. Treasury Symposium is for fully vaccinated Participants (including booster if eligible). Everyone is expected to wear their mask in sessions and general areas except during meals and receptions. Click here for the Hotel's Commitment to Care & Cleanliness Guidelines. We will continue to monitor all changes and will advise Participants of safety protocols being followed throughout Treasury Symposium 2022.
Agenda Times for Travel Planning
- Alana Askew, University of Washington
- Trey Beasley, Vanderbilt University
- Charles Cook, University of Colorado
- Gene Crouch, University of Virginia
- John Dolan, Carnegie Mellon University
- Tim Graf, Princeton University
- Timothy T. Hesler, New York University
- Denise Laussade, Virginia Commonwealth University
- Asaf Zentler, University of Miami
The group rate will be honored up to three days before and/or after the event, subject to hotel availability but you may need to contact hotel reservations if you cannot book them via the booking website. Click on the text to review Hyatt's Commitment to Care & Cleanliness. The Treasury Institute will follow all local and hotel guidelines for health and safety.
General Symposium Information
Continuing Education Credits
In all cases, you are responsible for reporting your professional credits. Program attendees who have previously self-submitted for CPE credits recommend keeping the program's Credit Reporting Form, the agenda with session descriptions, and your certificate of attendance as support should your CPE submission get audited.
Conference attendance certificates will be e-mailed to all attendees within two weeks of the program conclusion. We ask that you save copies of these certificates for your records. Please note, if you decline emails from the Institute, you may not receive your certificate or program updates.