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Annual UNCG Conference

UNCG 2022 Conference

Reconnecting & Connecting: Making Community

June 22 - 24, 2022 in Boise, Idaho

Hosted by the University of Idaho's McClure Center for Public Policy Research 

Join the University Network for Collaborative Governance at our annual conference for connection, reconnection, and making community together as a network.

UNCG will be meeting in-person this year on June 22-24 in Boise, Idaho.  We want this conference to be a time of reconnection, connection, and making community together.  The past few years have asked all of us to navigate new waters in a number of ways, including in our own teaching, research, and practice in the field of collaborative governance.  Our communities have also had to face new challenges and consider how to work collaboratively (or not) with one another to meet those challenges and opportunities.  Join us to reconnect with our work as a network to connect with new and long-time friends and colleagues.  

The UNCG Conference is open to all people interested in collaborative governance and connections to a college or university. UNCG has student and working professional memberships.  Members receive a discount on conference registration fees. Pay your annual dues or join UNCG here.

Registration via Eventbrite

Registration closes June 10th

Conference Program (includes session descriptions) 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Conference Locations

  • Wednesday, June 22 (Afternoon Steering Committee Meeting and Welcome Dinner) - Bardenay (610 W Grove St, Boise, ID 83702)
  • Thursday, June 23 (all day) - Friday June 22 (morning / early afternoon) - University of Idaho, Legacy Pointe (322 E Front St, Boise, ID 83702)

Lodging Options

Conference attendees make their own lodging arrangements.  The hotels listed here (https://downtownboise.org/explore/hotels-and-lodging) are all within walking distance to the conference meeting locations.  

Past Conferences

2021 Virtual Conference - October 13-15

Agenda 

2020 Virtual Conference - Reimaginings: What world do we want and how can collaborative governance help us get there? 

Agenda

2019 Conference: Excellence and Innovation in the Theory, Practice and Teaching of Collaborative Governance

October 3-5, 2019 - Bloomington, IN - Hosted by the O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University Bloomington 

Agenda

2018 Annual Conference 

Documents