Use the form below to submit a Poster proposal for the 2021 Transforming Institutions Conference. Please review the submission guidelines ↗ (opens in a new window) and session details ↗ (opens in a new window) before completing this form.
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Show conference intentions and processes
The Transforming Institutions Conference's diversity of presentations, workshops, panel discussions, and plenary presentations is designed to address important topics in institutional change and transformation by:
bringing together researchers, change agents, administrators, and policymakers to focus on transforming undergraduate education;
inviting and incorporating diverse participation, drawing from a wide range of disciplines;
creating a space where people can see how their work interacts and overlaps across disciplines;
encouraging discussion in order to identify key questions regarding change in higher education;
featuring both early and mature projects, which may focus on outcomes as well as processes and contexts of change;
creating an opportunity for team formation and development, encouraging team builders to consider levels of power and buy-in as needed for change;
providing space for discussion, engagement, and network development.
Connecting Change Theory and Practice
Evaluating and/or Measuring Change
Promoting Access, Equity and Inclusion
Aligning faculty incentives with systemic change
Liberal Arts Colleges and Universities
Level of Change
Engaging multiple stakeholders in the change process
Partnerships Beyond Academia
Role of Centers/Faculty Development in Promoting Institutional Change
Scaling and Sustaining Change
Level of Change
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