The ACBSP Annual Conference Committee invites proposals for presentations during ACBSP Conference 2019. Presentation proposals may be either practitioner or research based. Practitioner-based presentations should be interactive with a high level of participant engagement and hands-on experience. Research-based presentations should include the appropriate research design and scientific methodology. This can be a presentation based on a previous presentation or research, or newly introduced presentation and research content.
Three Educational Session Tracks for Your Presentation
All proposals must indicate one of the following concurrent conference tracks:
The Art of Developing Entrepreneurial Leaders
Higher education now requires a clear commitment to the pursuit of excellence with a convergence of competencies in entrepreneurial understanding (knowledge, skills, and values) with sensitivity to the world, innovation in simple things, and thinking outside of the box. Teaching, modeling, and engaging students in entrepreneurial opportunities, not only falls in line with many curriculum standards, but also prepares learners for a lifetime of understanding and opportunity. Join us on a journey to identify strategies that will serve the leaders of tomorrow with a blueprint for life-long success.
This track focuses on best practices for the classroom, assessment of student learning and online delivery of learning.
These sessions focus on the actual processes associated with initial accreditation, maintenance of accreditation and reaffirmation of accreditation. Presentations should demonstrate linkages between institutional experience and the accreditation processes. Potential topics include involving the faculty in the preparation of self-study or quality assurance reports, lessons learned and obtaining administrative support when pursuing and obtaining accreditation.
Submission Process & Deadlines
Submitting a response for this call must be done via online submission. Presenters submitting MUST be from an ACBSP member school. We will not accept a submission via any other platform aside from the provided website. All submissions need to be received by January 31 to be considered.
Submitting a presentation implies that all authors listed in the program book and on the website proceedings will register for the conference. Authors not presenting can be recognized in the brief or detailed description (see submittal in response to Call for Presentations) and in the content of the presentation. Each accepted presentation entitles one author to a discount of 50% off one regular or advance conference registration.
If the presentation is accepted, the main contact will register for the conference and receive the 50% discount as a speaker. More information on how to register will be given to you once you have been notified your presentation has been accepted. Individuals responding to this request for presentations are asked not to submit their registration until after they have been notified of their acceptance as an author.
Questions or concerns? Email the Conference and Events Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 913.339.9356.