A longtime staple of our conference, the Roundtable Discussion Sessions are your chance to get and share ideas from your colleagues. Each roundtable, led by an experienced moderator, will focus on a different topic. Upon arriving at the conference, you will select two roundtable topics (one each on Monday and Tuesday) to participate in.
Group Problem Solving Session
The 2013 conference will also introduce a new networking forum on Tuesday morning that gives you the chance to get feedback from fellow attendees on a topic of your choice. You'll be split up in groups and, at least for a short time, have the attention of the collective group helping you solve an issue and/or plan a new course of action.
Bring your appetite and join your fellow attendees at one of 12 popular Indianapolis restaurants for an evening of camaraderie, networking, and delicious food. The networking doesn't stop at 5 p.m., instead continuing far into the evening. Sign up at the conference for the restaurant of your choice.
• Harry & Izzy's
• Kilroy's Bar & Grill
• Lorenzo's Restaurant
• McCormick & Schmick's
• Morton's the Steakhous
• The Oceanaire Seafood Room
• Osteria Pronto
• RAM Restaurant and Brewery
• Rock Bottom Brewery
• St. Elmos
• Weber Grill
Tuesday Night Reception
Our Tuesday-evening reception is being held at the NCAA Hall of Champions, where you’ll have a chance eat, drink, and learn to appreciate the trials and triumphs of the student athlete.
The Hall of Champions boasts two-levels of interactive exhibits. On the first level, all 23 NCAA sports are represented and include a novice to historian trivial challenge, current team rankings, video highlights, and artifacts donated from colleges around the nation. You can indulge your competitive instincts on the second level. There you'll find a fully interactive area to compete virtually and hands-on in several sports, a media room displaying current games on seven television screens, and a 1930's Hoosiers-style retro basketball gymnasium.
The Hall of Champions is directly connected to the headquarters of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), which oversees a membership of more than 1,000 colleges and universities and over 400,000 student-athletes.
Published on Wednesday, April 6, 2011 (updated 11/12/2012)