AUSTIN, Texas – The Austin Convention Center has six events scheduled for June 2022, including the Consensus 2022 by Coindesk, the Conference on Education Law for Principals, the AUGS/IUGA Scientific Meeting, the TASSP Summer Workshop, the ACVIM Forum, the NASFAA National Conference, along with two private business events.
Consensus 2022 by CoinDesk is scheduled at the Austin Convention Center from June 10-12. The festival covers all sides of blockchain, crypto, Web 3, decentralized autonomous organizations, and other technologies.
The 2022 Conference on Education Law for Principals will take place from June 13-14. The dual online and in-person conference focuses on legal issues and concerns to school administrators and other campus-level personnel.
From June 14-18, the five-day AUGS/IUGA 2022 Scientific Meeting is planned at the Austin Convention Center. The meeting offers both in-person and virtual attendance and is hosted by the American Urogynecologic Society (AUGS) and International Urogynecological Association (IUGA). The meeting offers educational and networking opportunities for those in the field of Urogynecology and Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery.
The 2022 TASSP Summer Workshop is scheduled at the Austin Convention Center from June 15-17. Hosted by the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals, the three-day workshop is attended by principals, directors, professionals, aspiring administrators, teachers, counselors, and students offering insight into current and changing trends on campuses.
The 2022 ACVIM Forum is a veterinary specialty and educational conference scheduled at the Austin Convention Center from June 23-25. Hosted by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM), the hybrid conference covers cardiology, large animal internal medicine, neurology, nutrition, oncology, and small animal internal medicine.
Closing out the month is the 2022 NASFAA National Conference from June 26-29. Hosted by the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators the conference aims to provide training resources, political realities, and advocacy pathways for student financial aid administrations.
The Austin Convention Center and Palmer Events Center are operated by the Austin Convention Center Department (ACCD), a division of the City of Austin. The monthly event schedule for the Austin Convention Center can be accessed at www.austinconventioncenter.com/events.
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