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The conference gestation period is almost at an end—just a few weeks until the baby will be born. It always takes on a life of its own once it starts—much like a real baby coming into the world.
In Category - 25th January 2015
Quite a few years ago, I wrote this list. I return to it as I prepare for another conference and it still makes sense to me. I repeat it here and hope that some of the reasons speak to you as well.
Restorative justice for communities, schools, and business By
The NED Talks for the conference this year will highlight multiple ways....
Abroad: British Literary Traveling Between the Warsby Paul Fussell. 1980 Oxford University Press, 246 pages.
Reviewed by Craig Storti
Perhaps you have noticed that we used to call it the SIETAR USA Annual Conference. But this year we have switched to the National Conference. Why, you ask?
Meet the Authors in the Conference Foyer Thursday afternoon, October 31st and Friday morning, November 1st
This conference theme, The Role of the Interculturalist, really speaks to me at this time of adversity, especially around issues of diversity.
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Two reasons to be at the SIETAR USA National Conference: 1. the high quality roster of concurrent sessions, and 2. the exciting list of invited speakers this year. Here are just a few highlights—come to the conference to hear them speak!
The future of SIETAR USA depends on its members to support its mission and to provide the leadership to guide the organization
What is different this year? The gala evening begins with a masked mix-and-mingle time prior to a plated dinner. Both the masks and the plated dinner are different.
Unconscious Bias Training and Implications for Interculturists
By Dr. Neal Goodman