The call for English proposals is now closed.
We invite you to be a part of our CBIE2022 program!
CBIE invites proposals that will contribute to a thought-provoking dialogue about how we find balance in our work as international education practitioners and leaders within the following areas of practice:
- Admissions & Recruitment
- Internationalization at Home
- International Partnerships
- Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion
- Leadership & Strategy
- Learning Abroad
- Student Advising & Success
- Concurrent sessions are 60-minute presentations and should ensure at least 15 minutes of attendee engagement.
- Concurrent sessions must have a minimum of two (2) and up to four (4) presenters.
- Hot Topic discussion sessions explore critical issues that face international education today.
- Hot Topic discussion sessions are 60 minutes and should ensure at least 45 minutes of attendee engagement.
- Hot Topic discussion sessions must have no more than two (2) facilitators.
- Workshops are half-day or full-day and provide participants with deeper interaction through immersive activities such as case studies or small group discussions.
- Workshops must have two (2) facilitators.
- Workshop submissions should include learning outcomes that have practical takeaways.
- Session materials, such as pens, paper, coloured markers and sticky notes will be provided. Flip charts and markers are available upon request.
- Workshop facilitators will be compensated for their time with a non-transferable full conference pass for presenting a full-day and a 50% discount for presenting a half-day.
- Accepted workshops must have a minimum of 15 registered participants to move forward. Should registration fall below 15 participants, it will be subject to cancellation.
- Workshop facilitators are responsible for printing and shipping all workshop materials and guaranteeing safe arrival at the venue.
- Due to the limited number of workshops that can be accepted, proposals will also be considered for other professional development opportunities at CBIE such as webinars or professional development training.
- Virtual sessions allow attendees to explore the conference themes on-demand.
- Presenters can submit a 10-30 minute video presentation of a project, program, or research.
- Virtual sessions do not include interaction with the attendees.
- Virtual sessions will be recorded and available to attendees on the conference app.
Presenter and Submission Guidelines
- Presenters are encouraged to collaborate with colleagues and professionals from outside their institutions on session proposals.
- Where possible, presenters are encouraged to offer tools, resources or frameworks that can be shared with attendees.
- Accepted presenters must register for the conference and pay the applicable conference fee to secure their session slot. A deadline and registration link with a $60 discount code will be provided.
- Proposals will be evaluated by an external selection committee using the guidelines in the proposal submission below.
- You must identify a presenter to be a primary contact who will correspond with CBIE and liaise with their co-presenters.
- CBIE will provide all laptops, projectors, screens, and Wi-Fi. Personal laptops cannot be used during the presentation.
- A presenter from each session must check into the speaker-ready room prior to their presentation so that a technician may upload the slides.
- Sessions that pertain to marketing products or services will not be accepted.
- You may submit your submission and return to it to make edits up until the submission deadline.
- Email submissions will not be accepted. Incomplete submissions or submissions with missing information will be disqualified and deleted.
|Call for Proposals closes (5:00 pm EDT)||April 30|
|Decision notifications||June 20|
|Presenters to confirm participation||June 30|
|Last chance to edit your session||October 15|