Online Web Conference
Tuesday - Wednesday: May 23rd to May 24, 2023
Theme: Global Learning and Scholarship: Cultivating Community, Connection, and Collaboration Across Disciplines and Institutions
|Conference Registration (May 23 - May 24)|
|Early Bird||$20||$100||$450||May 7, 2023|
|Regular||$30||$150||$500||May 23, 2022|
You are invited to participate in the 2023 Phi Beta Delta National Online Conference by submitting a paper, session (e.g., a panel), or poster abstract under the theme, “Global Learning and Scholarship: Cultivating Community, Connection, and Collaboration Across Disciplines and Institutions.” Participants will present their papers and posters online and engage with a broadly dispersed audience via Zoom (videoconferencing and screen sharing technology). Specific guidelines for posters will be available upon request.
We invite you to explore new and innovative avenues of global teaching and learning, with a special focus on collaboration as informed by theory, research, and practice. Please submit proposals that reflect the best practices in your field as they relate to international education.
PBD welcomes proposals from a diverse array of academic disciplines, presenters, and global perspectives, and from a variety of institutional and organizational types. Proposals with presenters from a single institution or multiple institutions will be considered equally. Specific focus areas have been identified for the 2023 conference (see below).
For the 2023 conference, the PBD Board and the Conference Planning Committee seek to showcase theory, research, and application of innovative approaches to building global community, connecting individuals, and collaborating within and between disciplines, institutions, and organizations. Although not an exhaustive list, the following topics help identify potential focus areas and efforts to address global challenges. You are invited to submit proposals appropriate to the theme and focus areas below as you find relevant.