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Date(s) - 03/22/2024
8:00 am - 1:00 pm

University of Maryland- Tawes Hall - Room 0310


Spring Education Program

March 22, 2024

Come join us for our Maryland/District of Columbia

MD/DC APPA Chapter Spring Education Program!

Thanks to our sponsors so far:  Tarkett, Unlimited Restoration, Shannon Global Energy Solutions, and Havtech!

Location:  University of Maryland- Tawes Hall
7751 Alumni Drive · College Park, MD 20742-1625
Room 0310

Program Schedule 

8:00-8:30 Registration/Continental Breakfast
8:30-9:00 Welcome/Business Meeting
9:00-9:15 Networking Break
9:15-10:30 Educational Session I
10:30-10:45 Networking Break
10:45-12:00 Educational Session II
12:00-1:00 Lunch

 Directions and Parking: 

Parking will be available.   Click here for a map of the campus. Parking is free and available in lot 1B.

Registration Cost:  $50/person; free to APPA Emeritus Members.

Emeritus Members please email Jason Sawyer, Sawyerj@si.edu, for attendance details.

Registration Process:  MD/DC APPA is now accepting meeting registrations and credit card payments online!  Payments by credit cards are preferred.  If you must make other payment methods such as a check or purchase order, no problem.  Please email Jason Sawyer at sawyerj@si.edu with registration information and payment arrangements.   Registrations must be received by the close of business, on March 15th.


Education Sessions

Education Thought Leaders Collaborating on the Future of Healthy School Environments

Presenter:  Jonathan Stanley from Tarkett

Lessons Learned from an education centric Healthy Building Summit

 2 years of interdisciplinary leaders from both higher education and K12 met to discuss the decision implications around delivering a healthy environment for students to thrive.  In this session you will hear the valuable output from these attendees on how they see some of the complex issues around delivering both a high performance and healthy building.  Here are the main questions that we will pull our learning objectives from: 

  1. Why is maintenance and operations not getting the needed funding and support and how do we help them
  2. The intersections between maintenance and building health
  3. How to engage break through the cultural norm with this content to create implementation that delivers results


Preview of APPA’s Invest in Success Program

Presenters:  Michelle Frederick, American University

Invest in Success is an exciting new program designed to develop and inspire front-line staff in their role at your institutions. This program is an investment in your front-line staff by providing them foundational knowledge and skills for success in their roles and as contributors to the success of their institution.  The program develops staff to lead as an individual contributor by developing the skills that make you an invaluable asset to your team and organization including effective communication skills, strategies and actions for working effectively with others and how to maximize individual strengths for successful outcomes. Our front-line staff are vitally important to an institution’s success so invest in them today!


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