Register for the NAEE 2022 Spring Professional Development Conference
The National Association of Economic Educators annual professional development conference for 2022 will be offered in a hybrid format. Those attending in-person will enjoy networking with colleagues in the comforts of Mammel Hall on the campus of the University of Nebraska Omaha. This location was selected for its state-of-the-art technology that will allow us to offer a high quality virtual conference for those unable to attend in-person. Every session of the NAEE Professional Development Conference will be accessible to those registering for virtual attendance.
Conference agenda and details are currently being developed by the conference committee. If you have a session proposal please complete this Google Form to submit your idea to Susan Reilly, Conference Committee Chair.
There will be a reception on Thursday evening and conference sessions will begin on Friday. We will have dinner together on Friday evening. The conference will conclude on Saturday no later than 2pm.
Attending In-person Registration Pricing
In-person prior to January 8: $100
In-person January 8 - February 20: $140
Attending Virtual Registration Pricing
In-person registration will close on February 20, 2022. Please plan to register soon! Registration for the virtual option will remain open until the conference begins on March 4.
Please register for the hotel as soon as possible. The official conference hotel is COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT OMAHA AKSARBEN VILLAGE. It is conveniently located directly across the street from our conference location at Mammel Hall. Rates are $114/night for King and $134 for 2 Queen.
Please use this link to register for the hotel at the NAEE rate:
Book the Courtyard by Marriott Omaha Aksarben
(Hotel block is only reserved until February 3, 2022)
We will be following the Covid rules and precautions in place on the UNO campus in March 2022. We do not expect the rules to change between now and then. Please note, masks will need to be worn while in buildings on the UNO campus at all times unless actively eating or drinking. 3 feet of spacing from mouth-to-mouth while seated during sessions and 6 feet of spacing during meals must be maintained.
Current COVID guidance at University of Nebraska Omaha
2022 Conference Sponsors
Federal Reserve Banks of Atlanta, New York, Philadelphia, & St. Louis
Foundation for Economic Education
University of Nebraska Omaha
National Endowment for Financial Education
Council for Economic Education
Foundation for Teaching Economics
Georgia Council on Economic Education