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Global Citizen Forum 2020

Drake is partnering with the University of KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa) to host a virtual conference on equity and inclusion in higher education March 3-5, 2021.

About

Institutions of Higher Education face diversity, equity, and inclusion issues globally with unique challenges and creative solutions. The 2021 Global Citizen Forum will bring together educators, students, policy makers and citizens from around the world to explore the struggles, strategies, and solutions for creating a more equitable and inclusive higher education field. Visit our About page to review the conference objectives and event details. 

Call for Proposals

We invite proposals for practitioner and paper presentations; workshops and interactive sessions; posters; and roundtable or panel discussions. Students, faculty, staff, and community members are encouraged to apply to present. Drake students may also apply to present at the Nelson Student Research Symposium taking place on the final day of the conference.

Sponsorship

Sponsors of this virtual event will receive excellent exposure for their company or organization while being recognized for their active support of equity and inclusion. Multiple sponsorship levels are available, and benefits may include recognition on our website, social media shout-outs, and more!

Registration

This conference will take place entirely online, and registration is required via Eventbrite. The cost to attend the conference is $50, paid at the time of registration. All undergraduate and graduate students from any institution are eligible for free entry. Visit our Registration page to learn about fee waivers and group discounts. 

Questions?

Please send any questions, concerns or feedback to global@drake.edu 

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