The Office of International Programs will host the International Perspectives on University Teaching and Learning symposium May 30-June 1, 2018 at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa in Orlando. The symposium brings together a diverse, global community of teaching and learning professionals, international educators, policy makers, administrators and researchers dedicated to internationalizing teaching in higher education.
Proposals for pre-conference workshops and concurrent sessions are now being accepted. Topics sought include international collaborations in teaching and learning, global innovations in teaching, the multicultural classroom, creative uses of technology, internationalizing the curriculum and other relevant subjects.
Keynote speakers include David Sousa, author; Daniel Guhr, Illuminate Consulting Group; Barbara Hill, American Council on Education; and Suzanne Ortega, Council of Graduate Schools.
Early-bird registration is $575 until Jan. 31., after which the price increases to $675. Students may register any time for $575. Steeply discounted rates are available at the host hotel. Please visit this websiteto submit a proposal and register for the symposium. For questions, please contact Jenn Mason, director of international initiatives, at firstname.lastname@example.org.