2021 Conference Theme:
"Getting Back on Track: Internationalization in 2021."
Proposals Submissions

Deadline Extended: Friday, September 3rd, 2021

Please click on the button below to complete the proposal form and submit it by emailing it to info@fcie.org.

*Highlight selections under ‘Session Track’ and ‘Time Preference’*

Submit Your Session Proposal

All sessions are 75 minutes in duration.

Proposal Session Themes:

  • Innovation in International Education

    Within this track, presenters can discuss:

    • Virtual Exchanges
    • Study Abroad (Virtual or face-to-face)
    • Fulbright / International Scholar Exchanges
    • Innovation in foreign language instruction
    • Bringing the world to our students
  • Access, Equity, and Diversity in International Education

    Within this track, presenters can discuss:

    • Partnering with diversity and inclusion initiatives on campus
    • Faculty leadership in promoting equity and diversity
    • Promoting international education for all students
    • Other related ideas
  • International Student Recruitment, Enrollment and Advisement

    Within this track, presenters can discuss:

    • Successes in international student recruitment during COVID
    • Effective enrollment and retention strategies
    • International student engagement and support
    • Other related ideas

Call for Proposals
  • Prepare your proposal ahead of time.
  • Prepare your proposal ahead of time with our session proposal template.
  • Please make sure your title and session description accurately depict the content of your session.  When considering a title, keep in mind that it should be able to stand alone and clearly convey what your presentation will cover.  The same concept goes for your session description!  Make sure that your session description reflects your learning objectives to attract the appropriate audience for your topic.
  • If you have co-presenters, please include: names, titles, institution names, emails and phone numbers.
  • One to three individuals may present in each session.
  • Make sure your presentation is feasible to present in a 75-minute session.
  • Each breakout session will be allocated 75 minutes for the presentation as well as questions and answers.
  • We strongly encourage presenters to allocate 15 minutes of their session to questions and answers or a robust discussion with the audience