• 18 May 2017 2:50 PM | Amber Reynolds (Administrator)

    Hello MAGIC members!! Thank you for all your tremendous support and interest over the years.

    The 2018 conference will be here before you know it. MAGIC is already working hard to prepare the most interesting and valuable workshop content, structured in a format that is convenient and rewarding for you. The following list of potential workshop offerings, are based on your input from the 2016 post-Symposium survey, along with our popular standbys and some new additions. Workshops will take place April 23 and 24, 2018. If there is enough interest, we may offer additional workshops on April 26. Workshops have traditionally been our bookends to the Symposium concurrent session schedule.

    Please take just a few moments to fill out our short survey about our pre-conference workshops: 


  • 27 Mar 2017 1:50 PM | Amber Reynolds (Administrator)

    Can you believe that just 30 short years ago we had our first Symposium? Crazy, right?

    Well, we are happy to announce that we will be celebrating MAGIC 2018 in Omaha, Nebraska at the Doubletree Downtown Omaha on April 22-26

    More information will be coming to you shortly. But, you can make sure to Join MAGIC, and also share with your friends!

  • 27 Mar 2017 1:45 PM | Amber Reynolds (Administrator)

    As you've probably noticed, we've been a little silent as of late. Well, we've spent the last several months in our dungeons completely revamping MAGIC and our branding. As you can see, we have a new logo and a new website. And we love both of them.

    This new website is a complete overhaul. We will begin (free) membership management, forums, blogs, group, AND event registration through this site. We've only begun to scratch the surface on this site - so if you have an idea - send it our way!

    Please pass the word along for folks to join MAGIC (for free)!

  • 24 Feb 2017 8:26 PM | Amber Reynolds (Administrator)

    We are really excited to announce our new MAGIC logo. Not only does it replace one that we've been using for 30 years, but we believe it makes a statement as to who we are. The logo is comprised of 9 segments, each representing a MAGIC state. But, they come together as a whole, illustrating our unification - which is what the MAGIC community is. We hope you like it too!

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