Call for Proposals - 2022 Higher EDquity Symposium
Symposium date: Nov. 14-15, 2022
Deadline date: Friday, Oct. 28, 2022 by 5 p.m. ET
The Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education (CPE), in partnership with Northern Kentucky University, is pleased to host the 2022 Higher EDquity Symposium November 14–15, 2022.
Converging at the intersection of higher education and equity, the Higher EDquity Symposium provides a forum for faculty, staff, students, and administrators in higher education to collaborate on issues relating to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
This year’s theme is "Recruitment, Retention, Realization: Using Inclusion and Belonging as a Roadmap for Promoting Equity and Student Success." Sessions will focus on inclusion and belonging as key components for student retention and success, and include discussions on recruiting and retaining diverse faculty and students; fostering thriving workplace and learning environments for all members of the campus community; equipping students for career success in an increasingly diverse environment; and other emerging topics relevant to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
CPE invites proposals for one-hour sessions that consider:
- Creating an environment of belonging for all members of the campus community.
- Inclusive pedagogical strategies to promote student success.
- Equitable practices for increasing student retention.
- Strategies for recruiting and retaining diverse faculty and staff.
- Cultural Competence as a tool for realizing post-secondary success.
- Other topics of interest to diversity, equity, and inclusion in higher education in Kentucky.
- NOTE: Presentations must be in in-person format only; no virtual option will be offered.
- Save this form to your computer's file system.
- Open it on your computer (do not fill it out in your browser or you will lose your changes).
- Make sure to save as you go.
- Email it as an attachment to email@example.com with the subject "Higher EDquity Symposium Proposal."
All proposals should include
- Name, title, agency/institution, email address, biography, and headshot of each speaker, presenter, and/or panelist.
- A brief description of your proposal, including:
- Purpose and topic.
- The type and format of content to be presented
- How the session’s purpose advances equity in higher education as it relates to the theme.
- Why the topic is important to current policy discussions, if applicable.
- The type of session and its delivery format
- Proposed session title and session description
- Intended audience for the proposed session
- Session goal(s) and/or learning outcomes
For questions, please contact Jessica Romious firstname.lastname@example.org
Last Updated: 10/10/2022