2015 FCIE Annual Conference

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Need help with your registration?

If you have any problems with the registration process, please call FCIE Staff Assistant at (407)582-3835 or send an email to: info@fcie.org

You can find the Conference Program here: FCIE Conference Agenda 2015


Early Bird: March 30th-August 15th

Standard price in effect after August 15th, 2015

Complete your registration online through Eventbrite

                                            Ticket Prices:

Members Only 1 Day Ticket $195.00 Nonmember 1 day Ticket $225.00
Members Only Early Bird Ticket $225.00 Nonmember Early Bird Ticket $275.00
Members Only Standard Ticket $250.00 Nonmember Standard Ticket $300.00


To pay by check you will need to call the FCIE Staff Assistant at (407)582-3835 and ask to be added to the registration list. You will need to write your check to the Florida Consortium for International Education and mail it to:

Florida Consortium for International Education

Valencia College DO-335

P.O. Box 3028

Orlando, FL 32802

Credit Card

Pay by credit card through Eventbrite

Walk-In Payments

Walk-In Registrations and Payments can be made the day of the conference when you arrive. If you have a smartphone you can pay for your registration through Eventbrite, or you can bring in a Check. Credit Card payments will be accepted through PayPal.

If you have any problems with your registration, please email info@fcie.org



Important Reservation details:

Paramount Hotel
Paramount Plaza Hotel
2900 SW 13th St
Gainesville, FL 32608

There is a group rate set for this event at $79/night plus taxes and fees at 11% for FCIE members. Be sure to mention that you are with FCIE to get the group rate!. Institutional representatives should make their own reservations. As the conference begins at 8:30 am on Thursday, it is recommended that you arrive Wednesday evening. Check-in is 3:00 p.m. (accommodations may be made for as early as noon), and Check-out is 11:00 a.m. (accommodations may be made for as late as 1:00 p.m.) You will need to provide proof of tax exempt status at time of check in.

Amenities for the hotel include: Free Internet, Pool, Fitness Center, Free Parking

*Special Note: There is a home football game at University of Florida on Saturday, so there may be a lot of traffic throughout the weekend. UF is just 1.5 miles away from the hotel.

Conference Presenters: You must plan to be in attendance for the entire conference or mark which day you can attend on the proposal form. You must also be prepared to bring your own laptop or tablet to connect to the A/V as the hotel does not provide those accommodations.

For online reservations please click here. You will need to enter your arrival and departure dates and click NEXT, on the following page, the group block and rates for the FCIE Conference will auto populate. If you have any questions, please contact the hotel. For additional questions please visit the hotel website.


Your airport arrival can be from either Orlando or Jacksonville, the hotel is about one and a half hours by car from either airport.

There are flights to Gainesville Airport and the hotel has a free shuttle.

Call for more information, or please visit their website.

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FCIE Welcomes Keynote Speakers

October 1-2, 2015



Our 2015 Keynote speaker is Dr. Matthew Jacobs. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on twentieth century U.S. foreign relations, particularly with the Middle East, and international and world history more broadly. He serves as Director of the International Studies Program for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and Director of Undergraduate Academic Programs for the University of Florida International Center.He has received the Department of History’s John K. Mahon Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching (2004-2005) and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Teacher of the Year Award (2009-2010).


We are pleased to welcome Dr. Rosalind Latiner Raby as one of our speakers for this years conference. Rosalind Latiner Raby, Ph.D. is a Senior Lecturers at California State University, Northridge in the Educational Leadership and Policy Studies sDepartment of the College of Education  and is an affiliate faculty for the ELPS Ed.D. Community College program. Dr. Raby is the past-NAFSA  Education Abroad Knowledge Community College chair for NAFSA, and the past-NAFSA Region XII  Community College Coordinator. Dr. Raby received her Ph.D. in the field of Comparative International Education from UCFL and since 1984, has worked with community college faculty and administrators to help them internationalize their campuses








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