What you can expect from NAEAA:
Outstanding networking opportunities.
Increased access to information about  the equine  academic discipline.
The ability to share information with, and gather   information from, those working in
the equine academic field.
A collaborative environment with professionals interested in improving and promoting
the equine academic discipline
To join today see the membership information below!
National Association of
Equine Affiliated Academics
NAEAA encourages and facilitates increased cooperation and information sharing
on a national and international level between colleges and universities
with programs in the equine discipline.
Join Now!  NAEAA Annual Membership  - $35 Academic Year (August - August)

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Please make checks payable to NAEAA  and remit to:

NAEAA c/o Dr. Karin Bump
4029 Stonebridge Road
Cazenovia, NY 13035.


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Plan now to join us May 26th at the
Trade Winds Island Resort on St Pete Beach
Florida!

The 2015 NAEAA meeting will be held in association with the
Equine Science Society Meetings.  

11 am -4:30 pm Tuesday May 26th (ESS begins at 5pm)

Registration $55 - includes lunch and membership for 2015-2016 academic year
Schedule and registration details can be found on the meeting and activities page

Session overview:

1) Where do our graduates go?  

2) Understanding views, opinions, and needs of Equine Industry employers.

3) Social Medial Policy development for equine programs and internship sites

· 4)  Emergence of Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies ( EAAT) as a focus in
collegiate offerings

5) Linking equine program indicators of excellence to program assessment and
accreditation initiatives.
NAEAA Association Goals:
Current and long term Goals include:
Provide a venue for sharing ideas, concerns, and information
Provide assistance to colleges and programs looking to develop, expand and
continually improve.
Develop a database of best practices ranging from number of students in a
riding class to ways to work with animal rights activities on or near a campus
Provide assistance to faculty/staff looking to develop program quality standards
for their own personal assessment and/or for required assessment through
internal and external academic review processes
Development of international internship opportunities for students in member
institutions
Development of faculty exchange programs amongst member institutions