Conference Archives

The following provides a list of past and current locations for AD&D Conferences:

34th Annual Conference
April 1 - 5, 2020

33rd Annual Conference
April 10 - 13, 2019
Saddlebrook Resort - Tampa, Florida

32nd Annual Conference
March 7 - 10, 2018
The Westin Oaks Houston at the Galleria - Houston, Texas
The theme for the meeting is, "In A Space of their Own."

31st Annual Conference
March 8 - 11, 2017
Wild Dunes Resort, South Carolina

30th Annual Conference
March 10 - 13, 2016
New Orleans, Louisiana 

29th Annual Meeting
March 4- 7, 2015
Doubletree by Hilton - San Diego, California
The theme for the meeting is, "Using Design Thinking to Promote Innovation in Undergraduate Education."

28th Annual Meeting
March 5 - 8, 2014
Williamsburg Lodge -  Williamsburg, Virginia 
The theme for the meeting is, "Positive Academic Leadership: Thinking Differently and Making a Difference."

27th Annual Meeting
March 13 - 16, 2013
Hotel Albuquerque - Albuquerque, New Mexico
The theme for the meeting is, "The Only Constant is Change."

26th Annual Meeting
March 14 - 17, 2012
Grove Park Inn - Asheville, North Carolina
The theme for the meeting is, "Leadership and Administration: Tools for your Toolkit."

Please note the following outlines the past conference locations and AD&D Presidents for past years.

 Year

Location 

President

1987

 Newport, Rhode Island

 

1988

 Columbus, Ohio

 

1989

 Albuquerque, New Mexico

 

1990

 Orlando, Florida

 

1991

 Indianapolis, Indiana

Diane Stromer, University of Rhode Island

1992

 Washington, DC

Sam Crowl, Ohio University

1993

 Tampa, Florida

Eric WhiteThe Pennsylvania State University

1994

 San Antonio, Texas

Marilyn Spencer, Texas A&M at Corpus Christi

1995

 Scottsdale, Arizona

Juanita Sanchez, University of New Mexico

1996

 Newport, Rhode Island

Jim Kelley, Wichita State University

1997

 Corpus Christi, Texas

Nancy Spann, Appalachian State University

1998

 San Diego, California

Patricia Richard, Ohio University

1999

 New Orleans, Louisiana

Hyland Packard, University of Houston

2000

 Raleigh, North Carolina

Curtis Lawrence, Southwest Missouri State University

2001

 Boulder, Colorado

Karla MuglerUniversity of Akron

2002

 Tucson, Arizona

Thomas Minnich, The Ohio State University

2003

 Fort Worth, Texas

Elizabeth GuertinUniversity of Colorado

2004

 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Carolyn Collins, Louisiana State University 

2005

 Santa Fe, New Mexico

Sally RodenUniversity of Central Arkansas

2006

 Charleston, South Carolina

Dorothy Muller, East Carolina University

2007

 New Orleans, Louisiana

Albert Davis, Nicholls (LA) State University

2008

 San Antonio, Texas

Kriss BoydTexas A&M University

2009

 Savannah, Georgia

Douglas GaffinUniversity of Oklahoma

2010

 Tempe, Arizona

Carter Hammett-McGarry, Appalachian (NC) State University

2011

 San Marcos, Texas

Gayle Williams, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI)

2012

 Asheville, North Carolina

Amelia Nöel-ElkinsIllinois State University

2013

 Albuquerque, New Mexico

Casey SelfArizona State University

2014

 Williamsburg, Virginia

Scott Johnson, SUNY Buffalo State

2015

San Diego, California

 Ralph Rascati, Kennesaw State University

2016

New Orleans, Louisiana

 Kathy Johnson, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis 

2017

Wild Dunes, South Carolina

 David Hood, North Carolina Central University

2018

Houston, Texas

Brian Yates, Liberty University

2019

Tampa, Florida

Dann Brown, Texas State University