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2015-2016 HBCU-FDN Board Candidates - coming soon

Global Perspectives on College and University Teaching Symposium


2012 Orlando Program
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2008 Washington Symposium Program
2007 Tuskegee Symposium Program


CALL FOR PROPOSALS HAS BEEN EXTENDED UNTIL AUGUST 14, 2015.
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For ​over ​20 ​years, ​the ​HBCU ​Faculty ​Development ​Network ​has ​provided ​an ​avenue ​for ​faculty, ​administrators, ​and ​program ​support ​personnel ​to ​make ​presentations ​and ​to ​highlight ​effective ​teaching ​and ​learning ​as ​well ​as ​those ​programs ​that ​support ​the ​academic ​function ​at ​institutions ​of ​higher ​education. ​

We cordially invite you to participate in the 22nd Annual HBCU Faculty Development Network Conference to be held in Atlanta, Georgia on October 22-24, 2015.

This year's conference theme is

"Evidence-Based Programs and Technology for Accountability."


The conference offers three full days of workshops, concurrent sessions, round-table discussions, plenary sessions, and a poster session. The conference provides an excellent opportunity for participants to network, exchange ideas that work in teaching and learning, and develop practical skills that will enable participants to put to immediate use when they return to their respective institutions. You will take away from this conference practical tips that will help you perform your job with a symphony of excellence. We invite faculty, administrators, and personnel of programs that support the academic function to submit proposals for presentation at this year's conference theme of "Evidence-Based Programs and Technology for Accountability." Conference proposals should be in line with one of the strands.

The deadline for submitting all proposals is July 15, 2015.
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