Best Practices

Planning in quasquicentennial proportions

As event coordinators we understand planning, but what’s that five-syllable term succeeding it?

Protocol Pointers - Part II

In the second of our two-part series, we'll address Chief of Protocol for the State of Georgia Abby Turano's best protocol resources and ideas for making a guest's vi

Meetings for Cross-Cultural Audiences

One of the advantages to being in a university setting is that we are surrounded by different cultures.

Resolve to Truly Resolve

The beginning of the new year always energizes me.

The Power of Social Media

By now, I am sure you have all heard the words, “You’re at Georgia Tech, You can do that!” Coined by our Sophomore Speaker Nicholas Selby, that phrase was heard around the world t

Event Emergency Supply List and Summer Break

As you may have noticed, we have been on a break for the past few weeks as spring events wrapped up and our calm summer began.

Student Assistants: Help Them Help You

We should all give student assistants more credit.

Stressed? It Might Just be Your Job's Fault!

Feeling anxious, irritable, and behind the eight ball? Don’t worry – you’re probably not the only one.

Winter Cleaning

It’s a new semester filled with new opportunities. The next few weeks are often the calm before the storm for event planners on campus.

Keynote Speaker: Rising to the Next Level

This year, the Event Coordinators’ Network welcomed Jim Hooker, cofounder of Stewart and Hooker and former


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