2012 - Dr. Tracy Davis, Professor and Program Coordinator, College Student Personnel Program, Western Illinois University
"Cultivating Response Ability for Social Justice in Student Affairs"
2011 - Dr. Gwendolyn Dungy, Executive Director of NASPA
"Achieving Student Learning Outcomes: The Challenge of Educating the New Diversity of Students"
2010 - Mary Stuart Hunter, Associate Vice President & Executive Director for University 101 Programs and Students in Transition, University of South Carolina
"Moving Beyond Osmosis: Institutional Responsbilities for First Year Student Success"
2009 - Dr. Sylvia Hurtado, Professor & Director, Higher Education Research Institute at UCLA
"Preparing College Student for a Diverse Democracy"
2008 - Dr. Eugene L. Zdziarski II, Assistant Vice President & Dean of Students, University of Florida
"Campus Crisis Management: The New Normalcy for Higher Education"
2007 - Dr. Susan Komives, Co-founder & Research/Publications Editor, National Clearinghouse for Leadership Programs Senior Scholar, James MacGregor Burns Academy of Leadership
"Student Leadership Development"
2006 - Dr. Ronald R. Kopita, Vice President for Campus Life & University Relations, Wichita State University
"The Changing Face of Student Affairs in the 21st Century"
2005 - Albert Petitpas, Professor of Psychology, Springfield College - Massachusetts
"Performance Enhancement On & Off the Field"
2004 - Dr. Fred Newton, Professor & Director, Counseling Services, Kansas State University
Dr. Sherry Benton, Assistant Director, Counseling Services, Kansas State University
"Beyond Prozac: Change in the College Student Depression in the Last 30 Years "
2001 - Dr. William L. Kibler, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs & Associate Professor of Educational Administration, Texas A&M University
"Traditions, Spirit & Integrity: Lessons Learned from the Aggie Bonfire"
2000-1999 - Dr. Helen S. Astin, Professor of Higher Education & Associate Director, The Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA
"Connecting & Caring: An Agenda for the New Millennium"
1998-1997 - Dr. Patrick J. Terenzini, Professor & Interim Director, Center for the Study of Higher Education, Pennsylvania State University
"Are We Really Serious About Learning?"
1997-1996 - Dr. George D. Kuh , President, Association for the Study of Higher Education & Professor of Higher Education, Center for Post secondary Research & Planning, Indiana University - Bloomington
"What Matters in Undergraduate Education"