Sites of Past NEPCA Conferences

NEPCA is grateful to the administration, staff, and faculty of the following institutions, which have hosted NEPCA conferences. Also to the cities that have welcomed us.

  • 1974: Southeastern Massachusetts University
  • 1975: University of Lowell
  • 1976: University of Rhode Island
  • 1977: Westfield State College
  • 1979: Clark University
  • 1980: University of Rhode Island
  • 1981: Connecticut College
  • 1986: Bangor, ME
  • 1987: Portland, ME
  • 1988: Windsor Locks, CT
  • 1989: Killington, VT
  • 1990: Amherst, MA
  • 1991: St. Michael’s College
  • 1992: Pine Manor College
  • 1993: Providence College
  • 1994: Bates College
  • 1995: Worcester Polytechnic Institute
  • 1996: Quinnipiac College
  • 1997: Wentworth Institute of Technology
  • 1998: Suffolk University
  • 1999: University of Southern Maine
  • 2000: Springfield College
  • 2001: Southern Connecticut State College
  • 2002: Colby-Sawyer College
  • 2003: Worcester State College
  • 2004: Newbury College
  • 2005: Sacred Heart University
  • 2006: Rivier College
  • 2007: Clark University
  • 2008: University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
  • 2009: Queensborough Community College
  • 2010: Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Services
  • 2011: Western Connecticut State College
  • 2012: St. John Fisher College
  • 2013: St. Michael’s College
  • 2014: Providence College
  • 2015: Colby-Sawyer College
  • 2016: Keene State College
  • 2017: University of Massachusetts, Amherst
  • 2018: Worcester State University

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