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ABOUT NOSS

In 1976, NADE began as the National Association for Remedial/Developmental Education Studies in Postsecondary Education or NAR/DSPE.  The organization has continually offered professional development opportunities for faculty and support staff in higher education for 43 years, and the name change will allow NOSS to continue its mission to:

  • provide professional development for administrators, faculty, and support professionals
  • support student learning
  • provide public leadership
  • disseminate exemplary models of practice
  • coordinate efforts with other organizations
  • facilitate communication among educational professionals.
Find out more about our parent association at thenoss.org.


ABOUT NOSSMidwest

NOSSMidwest educators work in institutions of higher education across Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, and western Illinois. NOSSMidwest members are faculty and staff who serve developmental education in a variety of capacities. In addition to teaching college study skills, First-Year-Experience courses, math, reading, and writing courses, our members also work in learning centers, student support programs, retention and assessment programs, and advising and counseling programs. Many of our institutions’ programs provide supplemental instruction, tutoring, mentoring, and labs for college courses.

We welcome your involvement and membership. Membership is open to any individual engaged in higher education or interested in the purposes of NOSSMidwest. Annual membership runs from October 1st through September 30th. Benefits of membership include:

  • Annual fall conference (membership included in conference registration fees)
  • ·         The NOSSMidwest newsletter published two times a year (winter and summer)
  • ·         Communication through the NOSSMidwest listserv
  • ·         Board or committee involvement
  • ·         Recognition awards in developmental education for educators, administrators, and students
  • ·         Networking with other educators at the state regional, national, and international level
  • ·         Leadership opportunities at the regional and national levels
  • ·         Publication/presentation opportunities in newsletters and at conferences

If you are not able to attend the conference, you may still join NOSSMidwest. Updated membership information will be available soon!

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