Evolution and Revolution: Solutions in Action

International Educators are in uncharted territory. Never have we faced such challenges, and never has our work been more important. A global health and economic crisis has forced us to adapt, innovate, and improve, to demonstrate resilience, and to support each other. Though there may be impediments to travel, connecting the world is critical.

As we celebrate the 20th anniversary of The Forum’s founding, let’s reflect on what we’ve learned over the past two decades, and how recent events charge us to change in the twenty years to come. Join us for dynamic dialogue on the evolution of our work and the revolution needed to thrive in the uncertain times ahead. This call for proposals is a call to action and a call to innovate, collaborate, and share. Now is the time to think big, present bold ideas, and offer innovative solutions.


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To register for the conference, you should follow the instructions for setting up your account in the new online portal, if you haven’t done so already. Once your account is set up, the registration process for the conference and any future registrations will be a breeze! If you have difficulties with setting up your account, please contact us at info@forumea.org for assistance.


Conference Committee

Michael Sandy, Bridgewater State University, chair
Elizabeth Strong, Missouri State University, past chair
Jill Petersen Adams, Oxford College of Emory University
Wendy Baker, University of South Florida
Corey Blackmar, Emerson College
Thomas Buntru, Universidad de Monterrey, Forum Board of Directors
Claire Cox, Griffith College
Maria Dietrich, Northampton Community College
Stina Dufour, New York University
Susie Duke, Grinnell College
Jillian Low, CRCC Asia
Annette Mares-Duran, University of New Mexico, Forum Council
Melquin Ramos, Southbridge Access
Diana Rosales, CEDEI
Adam Rubin, AWR International
Bianca Schonberg, University of Houston-Clear Lake, Forum Council
Stephanie Tilley, Prairie View A&M
Allison Wright, Texas Tech University


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