Posted: Wed, 06/02/2021 - 11:12
The Missouri Scholastic Esports Federation is excited to announce its first annual summer conference!
This conference is for educators interested in starting or improving their school's esports program, and for those interested in bringing esports to the computer science classroom.
Breakout session topics include diversity and inclusion, various aspects of program development, high school and middle school curriculum, and more!
The opening keynote will be presented by Dr. Chris “Doc” Haskell. Haskell is the Head Coach of Esports at Boise State University, the 2020 NAECAD College Esports Coach of the Year, and the 2020 NACE Director of the Year.
The conference will close out with a Coaching Round Table:
|• Moderator: Daniel “Clerkie” Clerke (Director of Esports at Maryville University, General Manager of eUnited, and three-time League of Legends Collegiate Champion)|
|• Dr. Chris "Doc" Haskell|
|• Ashley "AJ" Jones (Head Esports Coach, Park University)|
|• Adrienne "Ilithyia" McIntire (Head Esports Coach, Stephens College)|
|• Nicholas "Chew" Chiu (Director of Varsity Esports, Saint Louis University)|
The conference is open to both in-person and virtual attendees. In-person attendees will have the opportunity to participate in gaming activities geared toward creating a personal network in the secondary scholastic space on Friday evening.
Registration closes at 11:59 PM CST on July 26.
MOSEF is a Missouri non-profit seeking to support the growth of scholastic esports by providing schools with education on building local programs, offering equitable access to competitive leagues for students, and promoting a safe, fun, and enriching experience.