All are welcome. Individuals with research interests in the following areas may find the conference of particular interest: community colleges, immigration, first generation college students, transfer student populations, economic impact of foreign-born in the United States, or higher education administration.
The conference will be held in the George Mason University Johnson Center located at 4477 Aquia Creek Ln, Fairfax, VA 22030. We will begin the day on the third floor, Meeting Room B. Directions to the other sessions will be provided at registration.
Guests are welcome to park in the Mason Pond parking garage located at 4352 Mason Pond Drive, Fairfax, VA 22030. We will have parking validation passes available for registered conference attendees. If you have a Mason parking permit, we ask that you park in your regularly available spaces.
The conference is free to those attending thanks to the generous sponsorship of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences Interdisciplinary Curriculum Collaborative (ICC).
The deadline to register for the conference is Friday, April 6th.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, if you would like to register after the deadline. Space is limited, but we will make every effort to include everyone who is interested in joining the conference.
We would love anyone who is registered for the conference to stay for the duration, but we understand schedules do not always allow for this. If you are not available to stay for the whole conference, please send an email to email@example.com or mention your availability to the staff at registration.
The Keynote Speaker, Michelle Marks, will speak at 2:00pm in the Johnson Center Cinema. This program will be part of the International Week programming and is also open to the public.
If your schedule changes at the last minute, please email firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. This may allow us to open your space to someone on the waiting list.
For questions on the day of the event, please contact one of the following individuals: