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By 26 May; 11-15 September: WMESS 2017, the 3rd annual World Multidisciplinary Earth Sciences Symposium, takes place in Prague, Czech Republic, in September – “the meeting point for earth scientists and forum for discussion of the latest findings and technologies in different fields of earth sciences”. More than 30 topics, from Atmospheric sciences to Urban planning. Abstracts deadline 26 May.
www.mess-earth.org

10-11 July: SEEBL-17, the 6th International Conference on Studies in Education, Economics, Business, and Law, takes place in Pattaya, Thailand, in July. More than 50 topics under the title themes.
belrg.org

11-12 July: BLECSR-17, the 4th International Conference on Business, Law, Education and Corporate Social Responsibilities, takes place in July in Bangkok, Thailand. Nearly 50 topics under the title themes.
earhm.org

12 September: The conference The Future for the Midlands Engine takes place in Birmingham, UK, organised by Westminster Social Policy Forum. The event will assess next steps for growing the region’s economy following publication of the Midlands Engine Strategy. Delegates will consider how initiatives around infrastructure, enterprise and culture can best support local growth; and other sessions focus on the future for financing to support local growth in the West Midlands as well as specific challenges facing the manufacturing sector. Guest of Honour is Simon Hall, Director, Exports and Investment, Midlands Engine, Department for International Trade (subject to departmental business).
www.westminsterforumprojects.co.uk

2-4 October: The International Higher Education and Research Leadership Course takes place in Barcelona, Spain, co-organised by GUNI, the Global University Network for Innovation, the Centre for Higher Education Policy Studies (CHEPS), the University of Twente, the Netherlands, and the LH Martin Institute (LHMI) for Higher Education Leadership and Management at the University of Melbourne, Australia. It is part of GUNI’s Summer School initiative and aims to provide a space of professional development for higher education mid to senior staff.
www.guninetwork.org

EVENTS

Until 30 June: Malta took over the rotating presidency of the Council of the European Union on 1 January, until 30 June. Estonia will succeed to the post on 1 July.
www.eu2017.mt

Now until 31 May: PAUWES, the Pan African University Institute for Water and Energy Sciences (including Climate Change), located at the University of Abou Bekr Belkaïdin in Tlemcen, Algeria, contributes to promoting higher education and applied research in the fields of water, energy and climate change, a key contribution to sustainable development in Africa. PAUWES has now opened its admissions process for its four masters programmes (engineering and policy) starting in September. PAUWES students come from all regions of Africa, creating the opportunity to study in a Pan-African environment of highly motivated and engaged scholars. All African Union citizens are encouraged to apply, and to develop further its vision of diversity. PAUWES particularly encourages women, applicants with disabilities and candidates from under-represented regions to apply (Southern Africa, Central Africa, Northern Africa). Deadline for applications 31 May.
pauwes.univ-tlemcen.dz

21-26 May: LGEU-4, the 4th session of Leading Globally Engaged Universities, the professional development programme for higher education leaders of the IAU (International Association of Universities) is hosted by the University of Gaborone, Botswana. LGEU provides concepts and tools for leading a globally engaged university while recognising regional opportunities and constraints faced by each participant. It also offers a space for participants to analyse skills and knowledge needs related to leadership in general and in their individual context.
www.iau-aiu.net

22-24 May: Going Global 2017 takes place in London, UK, in May, organised by the British Council on the theme Global Cities: Connecting Talent, Driving Change. The conference explores how universities and colleges support city-regional economies and social and civic engagement, connecting the world's cities to global knowledge and talent and addressing global challenges. This is examined through focus on research and innovation; talent development and flows; societies and communities; leadership.
www.britishcouncil.org

22-26 May: EMOOCs 2017, the European MOOCs Stakeholders Summit 2017, takes place at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain, focusing on Digital education: Out to the world and back to the campus.
emoocs.eu

24-26 May: CAUCE Conference 2017, the Canadian Association for University Continuing Education conference, takes place in Vancouver, B.C., Canada, is hosted by SFU Continuing Studies, on the theme Currents of Change: Learners, Communities, Programs, Educators – Responsive and Innovative Practices.
cauce-conference.ca

24-27 May: The 4th Transatlantic Dialogue, Creating Human Bonds through Cultural Diplomacy, takes place at the Campus Esch Belval and Neumünster Abbey, Luxembourg, under the high patronage of HRH the Hereditary Grand Duchess of Luxembourg, under the auspices of the Secretary General of the Council of Europe, Thorbjørn Jagland. This conference series on global citizens explores the significance of culture/liberal education for fostering global citizenship from both US and European perspectives. It examines the questions: What is the role of culture and cultural diplomacy in negotiating problems facing humanity? How can universities harness the potential of cultural diplomacy to transform societies? How can we interpret cultural diplomacy and act upon it?
transatlanticdialogue2017.uni.lu
- See more at: transatlanticdialogue2017.uni.lu

By 25 May; 25-28 June: The 2017 Paris International Academic Conference on Education and Social Sciences takes place in the French capital in June. Nearly 30 topics under the two title themes, from Adult education and Arts to Sociology and Teaching and learning. Submission deadline 25 May.
www.globalacademicinstitute.com

By 26 May; 11-15 September: WMESS 2017, the 3rd annual World Multidisciplinary Earth Sciences Symposium, takes place in Prague, Czech Republic, in September – “the meeting point for earth scientists and forum for discussion of the latest findings and technologies in different fields of earth sciences”. More than 30 topics, from Atmospheric sciences to Urban planning. Abstracts deadline 26 May.
www.mess-earth.org

26-28 May: The 13th International Conference on Technology, Knowledge and Society takes place at the University of Toronto, Canada, in May 2017, with focus on The Future of Cities: Augmenting Urban Innovation. Themes are: Technologies and human usability; Technologies in knowledge sharing; Ubiquitous learning; Technologies in society. Advanced proposal deadline 26 July; Early proposal deadline 26 October; Regular proposal deadline 26 February.
techandsoc.com

27 May: The 10th International Conference on E-learning and Innovative Pedagogies takes place at the University of Toronto, Canada, in May, sponsored by e-Learning & Innovative Pedagogies Research Network / Common Ground Research Networks, with special focus on Learning Cities. Conference themes are Pedagogies; Institutions; Technologies; Social transformations. Proposals deadline 26 April.
ubi-learn.com

28 May – 1 June: LiHE 2017 Aegina Greece, international book-writing symposium on Learning Centred Curriculum Design in Higher Education, takes place in Aegina Island, Greece, in May-June, sponsored by the Institute for Learning in Higher Education. Authors work to finalise the manuscript of the book for publication worldwide by Libri Publishing Ltd., Oxfordshire UK. Deadline for chapter proposals 27 February.
www.lihe.info

28 May – 2 June: NAFSA 2017, the Annual Conference and Expo of the NAFSA Association of International Educators, takes place in Los Angeles, California, USA, on the theme Expanding Community, Strengthening Connections.
www.nafsa.org

By 29 May; 6-8 December: OEB Global, the “global, cross-sector conference on technology supported learning and training”, takes place in Berlin, Germany, in December, under the patronage of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, on the theme Learning Uncertainty. Conference topics are: Adapting for action; Collaborating to compete; Redefining learning technology; Designing to engage; Enhancing new skills learning; Made to measure learning. Proposals deadline 29 May.
oeb.global

29 May – 2 June: The international e-seminar Transforming Teacher Education to Improve Learning Outcomes takes place online, organised by the Learning Portal of IIEP, UNESCO’s International Institute for Educational Planning. Three questions are under discussion: Insights on teacher education from large-scale assessments; Teacher education reform; Addressing missing teacher competencies.
learningportal.iiep.unesco.org

By 30 May; 17-19 October: The 52nd Annual Assembly of CLADEA, the Latin American Council of Management Schools, is hosted in October by California State University, San Bernardino, USA, on the theme Breaking the Mold: Anticipating the Future of Global Education. Conference tracks are: Economics, finance and accounting; Leadership and human capital management; Ethics, social responsibility and the environment; Entrepreneurship and SMEs; Operations management and TT.II; Marketing; General management and strategy; Innovation and innovatation management; Globalisation of business schools and their challenges – accreditation and educational quality; Cases. Submissions deadline 30 May.
www.cladea.org

By 30 May; 6-10 November: The 5th International Symposium and Conference on Creative Education takes place in Tampere, Finland, in November, organised by the Council for Creative Education, Finland in association with the City of Tampere, University of Tampere and the University of Eastern Finland, on the theme Together … We Create. Conference topics are: Future of formal schooling; Designing learning spaces; Pedagogical leadership; Philosophy of creativity; Creativity and togetherness; Creativity in curriculum; Interactive learning technologies; Sustainable education; Expression of emotions through creations; Understanding important educational concepts through arts. Abstract submission deadline 30 May.
www.ccefinland.org

31 May – 2 June: The inaugural THE Innovation and Impact Summit takes place in Hong Kong organised by Times Higher Education in partnership with the Hong Kong Polytechnic University on the theme Powering Universities’ Economic and Social Impact through Innovative Research and Teaching. It will explore topics such as commercialising research findings and “turning ideas into impact”; university-business links; the place for curiosity-led research in a world demanding short-term impact; and through a dedicated teaching strand, how innovation in teaching and learning is preparing students for successful careers.
www.timeshighereducation.com

By 1 June; 4-7 July: Journées 2017, the “SF2A Week” of the French Society of Astronomy and Astrophysics, takes place in July in Paris, France, organised by CNRS-INSU, the Institut National des Sciences de l’Univers of France’s National Centre for Scientific Research. Guest society is SOCHIAS, the Chilean Sociedad Chilena de Astronomía. Plenary sessions, workshops and other actions. Abstracts submissions deadline 1 June.
2017.sf2a.eu

By 4 June: Young film-makers are invited to submit entries to the PLURAL+ Youth Video Festival on Migration, Celebrating Diversity and Social Inclusion, which is organised by the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM). The three age categories are up to 12 years, 13-17 years and 18-25 years. Award winners receive US$1,000 prizes and an invitation to attend the Festival and Award Ceremony in New York in the autumn. Deadline for entries 4 June, but early submissions recommended.
pluralplus.unaoc.org

4-8 June: ICE, the 2017 International Conference on Education Stockholm, takes place in the Swedish capital in June, sponsored by the Clute Institute. Registration gives free entry to the Clute Institute’s International Academic Conference on Business, at the same place, on the same dates. Many conference topics, from Accreditation to Tenure. Submissions deadline 5 May.
cieducationeurope.com

6-8 June: The OECD Week 2017 in Paris, France, combines the OECD Forum on 2-7 June with the main annual Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Ministerial meeting, chaired by Denmark, on 7-8 June.
www.oecd.org

6-10 June: The World Learning Summit 2017 takes place at the University of Agder Campus, Kristiansand, Norway, on the theme Smart Universities. The premise is that technologies are changing the face of learning, education and society, and a surprisingly small number of companies own that world change. So is the future of learning and education open? Do we foresee a sustainable future learning space available to all? Are learning and education the last digital frontier in a world of disruption and change foreseen by few, if any? How do we respond, as citizens, learners and custodians of education? How do knowledge institutions collaborate in and with their regions? How do we find meaningful relations with the growing number of great EdTech companies and thinkers? How do we foster entrepreneurship and innovation?
www.worldlearningsummit.com

7-9 June: The University-Industry Interaction Conference takes place in Dublin, Ireland, organised by the University Industry Innovation Network. Broad conference themes, each with several topics, are: Creating an innovative and entrepreneurial society; Leading higher education into the future: developing more engaged and entrepreneurial universities; Educating the leaders, researchers and employees of tomorrow; University-business collaboration: the practitioner’s perspective; Innovation in universities: powering the innovation engine; Start-ups and spin-offs: student and academic entrepreneurs; University-business cooperation; Knowledge and technology transfer.
www.university-industry.com

8-9 June: SGEC, the annual Stem Gender Equality Congress, takes place in Berlin, Germany, hosted by ScienceImpact Ltd and addressing gender equality in science, technology, engineering and mathematics through policy, practice and collaboration.
stemgenderequality.com

8-9 June: Pixel’s 7th International Conference on The Future of Education takes place in Florence, Italy, in June, focusing on innovation in education. Hurry – extended abstracts deadline 20 March.
conference.pixel-online.net

8-9 June: The OEB MidSummit takes place in Reykjavik, Iceland, in June, on the theme Shaping the Future of Learning. This new event is part summer university, part think-tank, and will discuss how learning technology is shaping the future. Deadline for “proposals for creative ideas, stories, visions and experiences”, or to be involved in shaping the summit’s agenda,6 January.
www.oebmidsummit.com

8-17 June: Futur en Seine, France’s annual digital innovation and cultural festival, takes place in Paris and the Ile-de-France region.
www.futur-en-seine.paris

9 June: The 2017 International Economic Forum – Latin America and the Caribbean takes place at the Ministry of Economy and Finance, Paris, France, organised by the OECD Development Centre on the theme Rethinking Globalisation for Youth and Inclusive Development.
www.oecd.org

12-13 June: The 1st Conference of the CONAHEC initiative North American Center for Collaborative Development (NACCD), titled Connecting Indigenous Peoples in North America: Crafting a Community of Shared Knowledge, is hosted by the First Nations University of Canada, Regina, Canada, and organised by the Consortium for North American Higher Education Collaboration. The event will enable members of indigenous communities working in North American higher education to share their experiences, challenges, good practices and aspirations. Aims are to create an inclusive community of interest offering resources, connections and ever-widening opportunities to members for success through an international network; and to explain how this network’s knowledge can be shared most productively while identifying the issues and challenges that are most pressing as well as providing strong examples of successful practice.
conahec.org/conference-2017/first-communities

12-14 June: LF-TEEC, Living the Future: International Conference on Technology, Engineering, Education and Computer, takes place at the University of Barcelona, Spain, in June, organised by Future Academy. Abstract submission deadline 15 April.
www.futureacademy.org.uk

12-14 June: GUNI, the Global University Network for Innovation, is organising the first International Higher Education and Research Summer School in Barcelona, Spain, consisting of different activities related to higher education, management and sustainable development. The first activity (12—14 June) is a three-day international higher education and research leadership course.
www.guninetwork.org

12-16 June: J-PAL Global’s Annual Executive Education Course takes place in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, on evaluating social programmes including use of randomised evaluations. The course is designed for managers and researchers from NGOs, governments, international development organisations and foundations, as well as trained economists looking to retool. J-PAL, the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab, is a network of 146 affiliated professors from 49 universities whose mission is to reduce poverty by ensuring that policy is informed by scientific evidence through research, policy outreach and training across six regional offices worldwide.
www.povertyactionlab.org

12-18 June: The 4th HBP School, on Future Computing – Brain Science and Artificial Intelligence, takes place in Obergurgl, Austria, organised by the Human Brain Project. The School, which is co-funded by the European Union, offers a comprehensive programme covering all aspects of software, hardware, simulation, databasing, robotics, machine learning and theory relevant to the HBP research programme. Applications are open to the whole student community and early post-docs.
education.humanbrainproject.eu

14 June: GUNI, the Global University Network for Innovation, is hosting the International Conference on Sustainable Development Goals: Actors and Implementation in Barcelona, Spain.
www.guninetwork.org

14 June: The Scotland Policy Conference Priorities for the new Energy Strategy in Scotland – Innovation, Investment and Decarbonisation takes place in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, organised by Westminster Forum Projects. Sessions assess the future role of renewables, wider low-carbon energies, and oil and gas, considering generation at a local level and opportunities for innovation, taking into account views within the energy sector and the importance of consumer engagement in developing a more modern energy mix. Keynote address by Chris Stark, Director of Energy and Climate Change of the Scottish Government.
www.scotlandpolicyconferences.co.uk

14-16 June: The 6th International Congress on Education and Learning on Hermeneutics of Art in Education takes place at the Università delle Tre Età in Milan, Italy. Conference themes are: Policy, legislation and history of education; Social aspects of education; Educational methodologies; The educational stages and their curriculum; Leadership and management of educational centres; Science, technology and innovation in education; Continuing education and lifelong learning; Psychology of education and learning.
oneducationandlearning.com

14-16 June: ICELW 2017, the 10th Annual International Conference on E-Learning in the Workplace, takes place at Columbia University, New York, USA. The conference will explore a broad spectrum of topics relating to e-learning in the workplace and the use of technology to improve job performance.
www.icelw.org

14-16 June: The 18th North American Higher Education Conference on Purposeful Internationalization is hosted by the University of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, organised by CONAHEC, the Consortium for North American Higher Education.
conahec.org/conference-2017/nahed

17-18 June: ANZCAR-2017, the First Australia and New Zealand Conference on Advanced Research, takes place in Melbourne, Australia, in June, sponsored by APIAR, the Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research, on the theme World of Opportunities. Subject areas are Business, Education, Social Sciences and Information Technology. Abstract submission deadline 28 April.
apiar.org.au

18-23 June: The STARMUS Festival takes place in Trondheim, Norway, hosted by NTNU, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. The festival was created to celebrate science and the arts with the aim of bringing understanding and appreciation of science to the general public. Among participants are Stephen Hawking, talking about black holes and time warps; Nobel laureates; astronauts including moonwalkers; and dozens of eminent scientists; artists and film director Oliver Stone. Lectures, exhibitions, concerts, competitions and entertainment for children, young people and adults.
www.ntnu.no

21-23 June: ICETIC, the Innovative and Creative Education and Teaching International Conference, takes place in the Faculty of Education, University of Extremadura, Badajoz, Spain, in June, sponsored by Oracle. More than 40 conference topics, related to society, environment, technology, creativity, psychology, among others. Submissions deadline 31 March.
www.icetic.net

21-23 June: EdMedia, the 2017 Educational Technology and Media World Conference, takes place in Washington DC, USA, in June, organised by AACE, the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education. This annual multi-disciplinary forum gives an opportunity for discussion and exchange of information on research, development and applications on all topics related to multimedia, hypermedia and telecommunications/distance education. About 50 conference topics, under the broad headings: Infrastructure; Tools and content-oriented applications; New roles of the instructor and learner; Human-computer interaction; Cases and projects; Universal web accessibility; Indigenous peoples and technology. Submissions deadline 19 December.
www.aace.org

21-23 June: The EuroNanoForum 2017 takes place in Valletta, Malta, organised under the auspices of the Maltese Presidency of the Council of the European Union, and co-funded by the EU’s Horizon 2020 Programme for Research and Innovation. The conferences focuses on how nano and materials technologies can strengthen competitiveness across all European industries; and discussion extends to framework conditions such as education, standards, regulations, IPR and safety issues, as well as entrepreneurship and industrial policy. Sessions are included on finance and funding through European and national programmes, in particular Horizon 2020, smart specialisation and public-private partnership initiatives.
euronanoforum2017.eu

25-28 June: The 2017 Paris International Academic Conference on Education and Social Sciences takes place in the French capital in June. Nearly 30 topics under the two title themes, from Adult education and Arts to Sociology and Teaching and learning.
www.globalacademicinstitute.com

27 June: The conference Developing Student and Graduate Entrepreneurship – Enterprises in the Curriculum, Targeted Support and the Growing Role for Social Enterprise takes place in London, UK, organised by the Westminster Higher Education Forum. The conference will focus on how universities can best support students and graduates to start their own businesses and scale them up. Delegates will discuss how to foster a culture of enterprise across the university including the impact of the Small Business Charter on how business schools support entrepreneurs, the creation of student-led enterprise societies and embedding enterprise in the curriculum. Further sessions will look at the growing role of social entrepreneurship as an attractive pathway for graduates and the distinct challenges this presents, as well as what kind of support is most important for aspirant graduate entrepreneurs and how universities, accelerators and the finance sector can best meet these needs. Guest of Honour is Nicola Turner, Head of Skills, HEFCE.
www.westminsterforumprojects.co.uk

28-29 June: The international conference Female Leadership and Higher Education Management in Developing Countries takes place in Bonn, Germany, organised in the framework of the “Dialogue on Innovative Higher Education Strategies (DIES)” Programme which is jointly conducted by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and the German Rectors’ Conference (HRK).
www.daad.de

28-30 June: The 2017 HETL – UWS Scotland Conference on Creating Inclusion and Diversity in Higher Education takes place at the University of the West of Scotland, Paisley Campus, UK, in June, organised by the International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association. Proposals deadline 31 December.
www.hetl.org

29-30 June: The 2nd World Bioenergy Congress and Expo takes place in Madrid, Spain, on the theme Bioenergy: Upgrading Sources of Energy for Future Generation.
bioenergy.conferenceseries.com

29 June – 1 July: INFOSEC2017, the 3rd International Conference on Information Security and Cyber Forensics, takes place at the Faculty of Management, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia, organised by SDIWC, the Society of Digital Information and Wireless Communications. The conference aims to enable researchers to build connections between different digital applications. Many topics under the broad themes: Cyber Security; Digital forensic; Information assurance and security management; Cyber Peacefare and physical security.
sdiwc.net

By 30 June; 30 July – 3 August: ICE New York, the 2017 International Conference on Education, takes place in July/August in New York, USA, sponsored by the Clute Institute. About 25 topics, from Accreditation to Tenure. Submission deadline 30 June.
cieducationnewyork.com

By 30 June; 26-27 August: APCCR-2017, the 3rd Asia Pacific Conference on Contemporary Research, takes place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in August, sponsored by APIAR, the Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research, on the theme Sharing Solutions. The conference covers business, social sciences, education and ICT disciplines. Submission deadline 30 June.
apiar.org.au

30 June – 2 July: ECE2017, the European Conference on Education 2017, takes place in Brighton, UK, in June/July, organised by IAFOR, the International Academic Forum, on the theme Educating for Change. About 30 conference streams mostly under the broad headings: Learning and teaching in community spaces; Challenging and preserving traditional cultures; Learning, teaching and educational structures. The conference is held alongside ECLL2017, the European Conference on Language Learning (see second link), also on the theme Educating for Change. Abstracts submission deadline for both conferences 16 February.
iafor.org
iafor.org

By 3 July; 3-5 August: GALS, the Global Active Learning Summit Tokyo, takes place in Tokyo, Japan, organised by the Innovative Schools Network, supported by OECD and 21st Century Academic Forum. The aim is to bring together students, teachers, researchers, relevant ministries, embassies, private companies and OECD officials to discuss and exhibit the latest in active learning. The summit is held in conjunction with the ISN International Conference and Student Roundtable. Presentation and workshop submissions deadline 3 July.
www.activelearning2030.org

3 July: The conference Research and Innovation – Shaping our Future takes place in Brussels, Belgium, hosted by Carlos Moedas, the European Union’s Research, Science and Innovation Commissioner. It takes place against the backdrop of the Commission’s White Paper on the future of Europe and will bring together policy makers from EU institutions, nearly 700 stakeholders and other interested actors to discuss the role of research and innovation for Europe’s future.
ec.europa.eu

3-5 July: EDULEARN17, the 9th annual International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, takes place in Barcelona, Spain, in July. Many topics under the general themes: Education:- Experiences in education; Pedagogical innovations in education; Career development and training; Experiences in research; International projects; General issues; and Technology in education:- E-learning; Computer supported collaborative work; Emerging technologies in education; Educational software and serious games; E-content management and development. Abstracts submissions deadline 30 March.
iated.org

3-5 July: The 1st THE Research Excellence Summit: Asia Pacific 2017 takes place at China Medical University, Taiwan, organised by Times Higher Education in partnership with the university, on the theme Developing a Successful Research Strategy to Rise to the Top. Topics are: Government policies to support research excellence; Developing a global distinct research university; Building a research culture from the beginning; Establishing a young and dynamic university; How a university’s research strategy can drive success in the world university rankings; East-west research collaboration. Results of the new Times Higher Education Research Excellence: Asia-Pacific Ranking will be announced at the summit.
www.theworldsummitseries.com

3-6 July: ISTEL 2017, the International Symposium on Teaching, Education and Learning, takes place in Hiroshima, Japan, in July. More than 30 topics under the three title themes. Submissions deadline 28 February.
ibac-conference.org

4-7 July: Journées 2017, the “SF2A Week” of the French Society of Astronomy and Astrophysics, takes place in July in Paris, France, organised by CNRS-INSU, the Institut National des Sciences de l’Univers of France’s National Centre for Scientific Research. Guest society is SOCHIAS, the Chilean Sociedad Chilena de Astronomía. Plenary sessions, workshops and other actions.
2017.sf2a.eu

5-8 July: The International Association of University Presidents, or IAUP, holds its Triennial Conference in Vienna, Austria, on the main theme Innovation in Education. Conference topics are Simulation-based learning and training; Modern technology in e-learning; Expectation from the Industry to the education worldwide. In addition, the IAUP is offering young scientists their own conference in Vienna at the same time, at a different venue, on the theme Sustainability. The topics for this conference are: Mobility of the future; Circular flow economy; Unlearning intolerance.
iauptriennial2017.com

6-7 July: Porto 2017, the UKCGE Annual Conference, takes place in Porto, Portugal, organised by the UK Council for Graduate Education on the theme Postgraduate Education in the European Context: Successes, Challenges, Transitions and Futures.
www.ukcge.ac.uk

7-8 July: APCCE-2017, the 1st Asia Pacific Conference on Contemporary Education, takes place in Adelaide, Australia, in July, organised by APIAR, the Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research on the theme Education for Change. Wide range of more than 30 topics. Abstract submission deadline 19 May.
apiar.org.au

10-11 July: SEEBL-17, the 6th International Conference on Studies in Education, Economics, Business, and Law, takes place in Pattaya, Thailand, in July. More than 50 topics under the title themes.
belrg.org

10-14 July: J-PAL Africa is holding a five-day course in July in Nairobi, Kenya, on evaluating social programmes including the use of randomised evaluations. It is designed for managers and researchers from NGOs, governments, international development organisations and foundations, as well as economists looking to retool. Instruction in English; application deadline 1 May.
www.povertyactionlab.org

11-12 July: BLECSR-17, the 4th International Conference on Business, Law, Education and Corporate Social Responsibilities, takes place in July in Bangkok, Thailand. Nearly 50 topics under the title themes.
earhm.org

By 13 July; 16-18 November: ICERI2017, the 10th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, takes place in Seville, Spain, in November. More than 100 topics under broad headings: Global issues in education and research; Education: new trends and experiences; New challenges in the higher education area; Teacher training; Curriculum design; Accreditation and quality in education; Research: new trends and experiences; University-industry cooperation; International projects; Technology in teaching and learning; Emerging technologies in education; E-content management and development. Abstract submission deadline 13 July.
iated.org/iceri

17-19 July: WCE-2017, the World Congress on Education, takes place in Dublin, Ireland, in July, on the theme Global Issues in Education and Research. Many conference topics under broad headings: Accessible world; Adult education; Art education; Business education; Course management; Curriculum research and development; Educational foundations; Interaction and cultural models of disability; Learning/teaching methodologies and assessment; Issues in education and research; Pedagogy; Research management; Ubiquitous learning; Humanities; Research in progress. Submissions deadline 10 February.
worldconedu.org

19-21 July: The 24th International Conference on Learning takes place at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, USA, organised by The Learner Knowledge Community with a special focus on New Media for New Learning. Conference themes are: Pedagogy and curriculum; Assessment and evaluation; Educational organisation and leadership; Early childhood learning; Learning in higher education; Adult, community and professional learning; Learner diversity and identities; Learner diversity and identities; Technologies in learning; Literacies learning; Science, mathematics and technology learning.
thelearner.com

21 July: Winners of the pan-European competition SciChallenge 2017, for students studying science, technology, engineering and mathematics, receive their prizes in Vienna, Austria, at an international event organised by Vienna University Children’s Office. SciChallenge addresses the increasing demand for professionals in the STEM fields and aims at making education and careers in these disciplines more attractive for young people.
www.scichallenge.eu
project.scichallenge.eu

26-28 July: IRCSEEME, the International Research Conference on Sustainable Energy, Engineering, Materials and Environment, takes place at Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, in July. More than 100 topics under the conference themes. Abstracts submission deadline 1 May.
www.ircseeme.com

29-30 July: EduTeach2017, the 2nd Canadian International Conference on Advances in Education, Teaching & Technology 2017, takes place in Toronto, Canada, in July, organised by Unique Conferences Canada and the International Center for Research and Development on the theme Global Education through Technology – challenges, Issues and Trends. Many conference topics under broad headings Teaching and learning relationships; Students’ and teachers’ relationships; Ongoing projects, trends, issues and challenges; How to overcome organisational issues; General issues and future of the industry; Technology in education and teaching. Final abstracts deadline 28 February.
educationconference.info

30 July – 3 August: ICE New York, the 2017 International Conference on Education, takes place in July/August in New York, USA, sponsored by the Clute Institute. About 25 topics, from Accreditation to Tenure. Submission deadline 30 June.
cieducationnewyork.com

By 30 July; 7-9 November: ICEPL-Fall 2017, the 2017 International Conference on Education, Psychology and Learning - Fall Session, takes place in Kitakyushu, Japan, in November. More than 70 topics under the broad themes of Psychology, and Education and learning. Submissions deadline 30 July.
iainst.org

By 31 July; 25-27 September: The 2nd Global Congress and Expo on Materials Science and Nanoscience takes place in Valencia, Spain, in September. With future advances in multiple fields of science and engineering critically dependent on the availability of superior materials, the congress attempts to provide a platform to researchers, scientists, engineers and students to share their findings and experience on the emerging and interesting trends of multifaceted materials science. Nearly 30 topics; abstracts submission deadline 31 July.
scientificfederation.com

By 1 August; 10-11 October: The International Interdisciplinary Conference on Gender Studies and the Status of Women takes place at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, UK, in October, organised by WomenBeing. Subjects for discussion include: “Women working on male dominated professions”; “How women out of work, on fringes of work, in low paid or insecure work can gain control of their working lives”; “Ingrained gender bias in academia”. Abstracts submission deadline 1 August.
www.womenbeing.co.uk

3-5 August: GALS, the Global Active Learning Summit Tokyo, takes place in Tokyo, Japan, organised by the Innovative Schools Network, supported by OECD and 21st Century Academic Forum. The aim is to bring together students, teachers, researchers, relevant ministries, embassies, private companies and OECD officials to discuss and exhibit the latest in active learning. The summit is held in conjunction with the ISN International Conference and Student Roundtable.
www.activelearning2030.org

5-13 August: The Association of Commonwealth Universities’ Summer School 2017 takes place at Bath Spa University, UK, on the theme Creating Greener Narratives through the Environmental Arts and Humanities. The 2017 Summer School will explore interrelationships between humans and other living beings, and between cultural practices and environmental problems – and will look at how these can be examined through different academic disciplines and creative arts. Postgraduate and final-year undergraduates from universities in any Commonwealth country can attend, and bursaries and a reduced registration rate are available for students from ACU member universities (see second link).
www.acu.ac.uk
www.acu.ac.uk

8-10 August: ICEPO 2017, the International Conference on Education, Psychology and Organizational Behaviour, takes place in Osaka, Japan, in August. Many suggested topics under the three conference themes; submissions deadline 5 May.
iainst.org

16-18 August: ICEL 2017, the International Conference on Education and Learning, takes place in Tokyo, Japan, in August. Many topics under the broad areas of Education theory and practice; Child and family education; Learning; Education policy and administration; Others. Submission deadline 10 April.
icel2017.globalconf.org

By 18 August; 18-20 September: AIPR2017, the 4th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Pattern Recognition takes place at Lodz University of Technology, Lodz, Poland, in September, organised by SDIWC, the Society of Digital Information and Wireless Communications. About 70 topics, from Agent-based systems to Watermarking methods and protection. Submissions deadline 18 August.
sdiwc.net

20-24 August: The ISN-ESN Biennial Meeting takes place in Paris, France, organised jointly by the International Society for Neuroscience and the European Society for Neuroscience.
www.neurochemistry.org

By 21 August; 21-23 June 2018: The 25th International Conference on Learning takes place at the University of Athens, Greece, in June 2018, organised by The Learner. Conference themes are: Pedagogy and curriculum; Assessment and evaluation; Educational organisation and leadership; Early childhood learning; Learning in higher education; Adult, community and professional learning; Learner diversity and identities; Technologies in learning; Literacies learning; Science, mathematics and technology learning. The next proposals deadline is 21 August, though submissions of presentation proposals may be made any time of the year until 30 days before the conference starts.
thelearner.com

23-24 August: SETC 2017, the Singapore Education Technology Conference, takes place in Singapore in August, sponsored by East Asia Research and Siam University. More than 60 conference topics, from Academic advising and counselling to Virtual universities, classrooms and laboratories. Abstract submission deadline 18 May.
setc.ear.com.sg

23-25 August: ICEPL2017, the International Conference on Education, Psychology and Learning, takes place in Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan, in August. About 60 topics under broad themes of Psychology; Child and family education; Education policy and administration; Education theory and practice; Learning; Others. Submission deadline 15 April.
science-techs.org

26-27 August: APCCR-2017, the 3rd Asia Pacific Conference on Contemporary Research, takes place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in August, sponsored by APIAR, the Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research, on the theme Sharing Solutions. The conference covers business, social sciences, education and ICT disciplines.
apiar.org.au

27 August – 1 September: The 2017 EFMD-HUMANE Summer School on Transforming Higher Education Professional Services is hosted by the Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, organised by the Management Development Network and the Heads of University Management and Administration Network Europe.
www.efmd.org

30 August – 3 September: The 29th Anniversary of the Magna Charta Observatory takes place in Pécs, Hungary.
www.magna-charta.org

31 August – 1 September: The Deans’ Forum 2017 on Women in Science and Engineering takes place in Paris, France, organised by Mines ParisTech. Topics for discussion focus on: History of women in science and within the academic world; Organisation of worldwide universities and innovation policies to promote women’s access to scientific careers; Testimonials of women in scientific careers; Future prospects.
www.mines-paristech.fr

5-7 September: ISEP-Fall 2017, the 2017 International Symposium on Education and Psychology - Fall Session, takes place in Seoul, Korea, in September, organised by Hyogo University of Teacher Education, Japan; Shih Chien University, Taiwan; and Knowledge Association of Taiwan. Nearly 60 topics under the general themes Child and family education; Education policy and administration; Education theory and practice; Psychology; Others. Abstract/paper submission deadline 30 April.
tw-knowledge.org

By 6 September; 8-12 October: The Clute International Conference on Education Las Vegas takes place in Nevada, USA, in October. More than 20 topics, from Accreditation to Tenure. Submissions deadline 6 September.
clute-edu.com

8-11 September: EBBS 2017, the 47th Meeting of the European Brain Behaviour Society, takes place in Bilbao, Spain, in September, to bring together most recent advancements in behavioural neuroscience research. Sessions cover a broad spectrum of topics from basic science to applied research, animal models to investigating brain mechanisms and behaviour in human studies. Travel awards for young researchers are available. Abstracts submission deadline 30 April.
www.ebbs-meeting.com

10-12 September: ICEBT-2017, the International Conference on E-Education, E-Business and E-Technology, takes place in Toronto, Canada, in September. About 30 conference topics, from Applications and integration of e-learning to Virtual learning environments. Submissions deadline 20 April.
www.icebt.org

11-13 September: GPMB 2017, the Global Conference on Plant Science and Molecular Biology, takes place in Valencia, Spain. It presents cutting-edge research with a wide range of topics in plant biology on how plans sense, process, integrate and store information related to environmental challenges. It brings together a range of disciplines, fosters exchange of ideas and enables participants to learn of the latest developments and ideas in diverse areas of plant biology.
plant-science-biology-conferences.magnusgroup.org

11-15 September: WMESS 2017, the 3rd annual World Multidisciplinary Earth Sciences Symposium, takes place in Prague, Czech Republic, in September – “the meeting point for earth scientists and forum for discussion of the latest findings and technologies in different fields of earth sciences”. More than 30 topics, from Atmospheric sciences to Urban planning.
www.mess-earth.org

12 September: The conference The Future for the Midlands Engine takes place in Birmingham, UK, organised by Westminster Social Policy Forum. The event will assess next steps for growing the region’s economy following publication of the Midlands Engine Strategy. Delegates will consider how initiatives around infrastructure, enterprise and culture can best support local growth; and other sessions focus on the future for financing to support local growth in the West Midlands as well as specific challenges facing the manufacturing sector. Guest of Honour is Simon Hall, Director, Exports and Investment, Midlands Engine, Department for International Trade (subject to departmental business).
www.westminsterforumprojects.co.uk

13-15 September: EAIE 2017, the 29th Annual EAIE Conference, takes place in Seville, Spain, in September, organised by the European Association for International Education on the theme A Mosaic of Cultures. Proposals deadline 3 November.
www.eaie.org

18-19 September: The International Conference on Sustainable Development Goals: Actors and Implementation takes place at Campus Nord, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain, organised by GUNI, the Global University Network for Innovation. The aim is to create a permanent and multidisciplinary knowledge network on implementation of the SDGs, engaging universities, governments, cities and public agencies.
mailchi.mp/guninetwork

18-20 September: AIPR2017, the 4th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Pattern Recognition takes place at Lodz University of Technology, Lodz, Poland, in September, organised by SDIWC, the Society of Digital Information and Wireless Communications. About 70 topics, from Agent-based systems to Watermarking methods and protection. Submissions deadline 18 August.
sdiwc.net

20-22 September: The 26th EAN Annual Conference takes place at Justus-Liebig University, Giessen, Germany, organised by the European Access Network and hosted by ArbeiterKind.de, Germany´s largest network for first generation students, on the theme Sharing Stories of Empowerment: Creating New Strategies for Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education. The goal of the conference is to “create, share and evaluate strategies for diversity in higher education”.
www.ean-edu.org

25-27 September: The 2nd Global Congress and Expo on Materials Science and Nanoscience takes place in Valencia, Spain, in September. With future advances in multiple fields of science and engineering critically dependent on the availability of superior materials, the congress attempts to provide a platform to researchers, scientists, engineers and students to share their findings and experience on the emerging and interesting trends of multifaceted materials science. Nearly 30 topics; abstracts submission deadline 31 July.
scientificfederation.com

26-29 September: HSDS 2017, the Hamburg Sustainable Development Summit, takes place in Hamburg, Germany, organised by the Center for a Sustainable University at the University of Hamburg. The conference focuses on aspects of sustainable development at higher education institutions with special focus on the contribution to the UN sustainable development goals within education, research, governance, operation and outreach initiatives.
www.hsds.uni-hamburg.de

27-29 September: eLearning Africa 2017 takes place in Port Louis, Mauritius, organised by ICWE under the patronage of the Minister of Technology, Communication and Innovation, Hon. Mr Yogida Sawmynaden, and the Minister of Education, Human Resources, Tertiary Education and Scientific Research, Hon. Mrs Leela Devi Dookun-Luchoomun, on the theme Learning in Context. Sub-themes are: The African context; new methods and tools for excellence in learning; The power of technology: future trends and what they mean for Africa; New partnerships and initiatives for sustainable development; In search of education for all; Overcoming technical problems and ensuring equal access for all; Focus on skills: education and labour market needs.
www.elearning-africa.com

27-29 September: CONCORDi 2017, the 6th European Conference on Corporate R&D and Innovation, takes place in Seville, Spain in September, organised by the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre in association with the OECD on the theme Innovation and Industrial Dynamics: Challenges for the Next Decade. It aims to identify the research, business and policy challenges in this area for the next decade, and to provide guidance to the European Union industrial research and innovation policy agenda. Deadline for submissions 9 May.
iri.jrc.ec.europa.eu

30 September – 1 October: TTLC2017, the Taylor’s 10th Teaching and Learning Conference 2017, takes place in September/October in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, titled The Future Ready Graduate: Redesigning Higher Education for Greater Impact. Conference sub-themes are: Defining the graduate skill set for the future workforce; Embedding employability skills into teaching, learning, curriculum and assessment; Developing a holistic graduate; Work-based Learning; Employer engagement and the practice-based curricula; Building effective partnerships and relationships with industry; Implementing effective university-wide graduate employability models; Promoting entrepreneurialism among learners.
ttlc.taylors.edu.my

2-4 October: The International Higher Education and Research Leadership Course takes place in Barcelona, Spain, co-organised by GUNI, the Global University Network for Innovation, the Centre for Higher Education Policy Studies (CHEPS), the University of Twente, the Netherlands, and the LH Martin Institute (LHMI) for Higher Education Leadership and Management at the University of Melbourne, Australia. It is part of GUNI’s Summer School initiative and aims to provide a space of professional development for higher education mid to senior staff.
www.guninetwork.org

8-12 October: The Clute International Conference on Education Las Vegas takes place in Nevada, USA, in October. More than 20 topics, from Accreditation to Tenure. Submissions deadline 6 September.
clute-edu.com

10-11 October: The International Interdisciplinary Conference on Gender Studies and the Status of Women takes place at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, UK, in October, organised by WomenBeing. Subjects for discussion include: “Women working on male dominated professions”; “How women out of work, on fringes of work, in low paid or insecure work can gain control of their working lives”; “Ingrained gender bias in academia”.
www.womenbeing.co.uk

17-19 October: The 52nd Annual Assembly of CLADEA, the Latin American Council of Management Schools, is hosted in October by California State University, San Bernardino, USA, on the theme Breaking the Mold: Anticipating the Future of Global Education. Conference tracks are: Economics, finance and accounting; Leadership and human capital management; Ethics, social responsibility and the environment; Entrepreneurship and SMEs; Operations management and TT.II; Marketing; General management and strategy; Innovation and innovatation management; Globalisation of business schools and their challenges – accreditation and educational quality; Cases.
www.cladea.org

17-20 October: GMA VII (Global Meeting of Associations) and IAU 2017, the International Association of Universities’ International Conference, take place in Accra, Ghana, both hosted by the University of Ghana and the Association of African Universities on the theme Leadership for a Changing Public-private Funding Higher Education Landscape. IAU 2017 is held 18-20 October and is open to all interested participants. The GMA VII takes place on 17-18 October and is open only to leaders of national, regional and international associations and organisations of higher education institutions. Submissions deadline for the IAU 2017 call for relevant case studies 1 May.
www.iau-aiu.net

23-26 October: IICE-2017, the Ireland International Conference on Education, takes place in Dublin, Ireland, in October, organised by the Infonomics Society. This international refereed conference promotes collaborative excellence between academicians and professionals from education. The aim of IICE is to provide an opportunity for academicians and professionals from various educational fields with cross-disciplinary interests to bridge the knowledge gap, promote research esteem and the evolution of pedagogy. About 60 conference topics, from Academic advising and counselling to Wireless applications. Submissions/proposals deadlines between 1 and 12 May.
www.iicedu.org

24-25 October: The conference Social Innovation – Research and Policy of the Future: Towards a comprehensive innovation policy is hosted jointly by the European Union’s 7th Framework Programme project SI-DRIVE – Social Innovation – Driving Force of Social Change, the Horizon 2020 programme SIC – Social Innovation Community, the Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Science and the Arts and NET4SOCIETY, a network of national contact points in Horizon 2020. It will bring together social innovators, academics and politicians.
ec.europa.eu

2-4 November: The 2nd GAPS World Congress on Global Access to Postsecondary Education, on Working Together for a Democratised Postsecondary Education: A Key to Sustainable Development, takes place in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The priority themes are: The research, policy and praxis nexus to advance access; Still standing in the way: race, ethnicity and caste; Creating access: who must join the access conversation? Access and success in action – applying access and inclusion strategies in specific contexts. The GAPS initiative, started in 2011, is an independent, non-profit and non-governmental organisation incorporated in The Hague, The Netherlands.
www.gaps-education.org

6-10 November: The 5th International Symposium and Conference on Creative Education takes place in Tampere, Finland, in November, organised by the Council for Creative Education, Finland in association with the City of Tampere, University of Tampere and the University of Eastern Finland, on the theme Together … We Create. Conference topics are: Future of formal schooling; Designing learning spaces; Pedagogical leadership; Philosophy of creativity; Creativity and togetherness; Creativity in curriculum; Interactive learning technologies; Sustainable education; Expression of emotions through creations; Understanding important educational concepts through arts. Abstract submission deadline 30 May.
www.ccefinland.org

7-9 November: ICEPL-Fall 2017, the 2017 International Conference on Education, Psychology and Learning - Fall Session, takes place in Kitakyushu, Japan, in November. More than 70 topics under the broad themes of Psychology, and Education and learning.
iainst.org

16-18 November: ICERI2017, the 10th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, takes place in Seville, Spain, in November. More than 100 topics under broad headings: Global issues in education and research; Education: new trends and experiences; New challenges in the higher education area; Teacher training; Curriculum design; Accreditation and quality in education; Research: new trends and experiences; University-industry cooperation; International projects; Technology in teaching and learning; Emerging technologies in education; E-content management and development.
iated.org/iceri

By 4 December; 2-6 January: The 2018 Clute International Academic Conference on Business Orlando takes place in Orlando, Florida, USA, in January, sponsored by Clute Institute. The conference provides a forum for faculty and administrators to present their research on all aspects of business and business education. Twenty-five topics from Accounting to Taxes. Clute is also hosting an International Conference on Education (2nd link) and International Conference on Technology in Education (3rd link) on the same days, same place. One registration fee allows entry to all three conferences. Submissions deadline 4 December.
clute-bus.com/clute-international-academic-conference-on-business-orlando
clute-edu.com/clute-international-conference-education-orlando
clute-tech.com/clute-international-conference-on-technology-in-education-orlando

6-8 December: OEB Global, the “global, cross-sector conference on technology supported learning and training”, takes place in Berlin, Germany, in December, under the patronage of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, on the theme Learning Uncertainty. Conference topics are: Adapting for action; Collaborating to compete; Redefining learning technology; Designing to engage; Enhancing new skills learning; Made to measure learning. Proposals deadline 29 May.
oeb.global

11-14 December: WCSNE-2017, the World Congress on Special Needs Education, takes place in December at the University of Cambridge, UK, organised by the Infonomics Society. The Congress is dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practices in special needs education, promotes collaborative excellence between academicians and professionals from educational and industrial sectors and aims to provide an opportunity for academicians and professionals from various educational and industrial sectors with cross-disciplinary interests to bridge the knowledge gap, promote research esteem and the evolution of special needs in education. Topics include Accessible world; Art education; Assistive technologies; Business education; Course management; Curriculum, research and development; Educational foundations; Interaction and cultural models of disability; Learning/teaching methodologies and assessment; Global issues in education and research; Pedagogy; Research management; Ubiquitous learning; Research in progress; Other areas of education. Submission/proposals deadlines 10 or 15 May.
wcsne.org

17-19 December: TECH 2017, the Transforming Education Conference for Humanity, takes place in Hyderabad, India, organised by MGIEP, the UNESCO Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development. TECH 2017 is the first in a series of biennial conferences focused on educational technology and digital pedagogies for building peaceful and sustainable societies. It will provide a platform for learners and experts from throughout the world to collaborate, innovate and work towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goal 4.7 (“By 2030, ensure that all learners acquire the knowledge and skills needed to promote sustainable development including, among others, through education for sustainable development and sustainable lifestyles, human rights, gender equality, promotion of a culture of peace and non-violence, global citizenship and appreciation of cultural diversity and of culture’s contribution to sustainable development”). No proposals submission deadline yet announced.
mgiep.tech

2018

2-6 January: The 2018 Clute International Academic Conference on Business Orlando takes place in Orlando, Florida, USA, in January, sponsored by Clute Institute. The conference provides a forum for faculty and administrators to present their research on all aspects of business and business education. Twenty-five topics from Accounting to Taxes. Clute is also hosting an International Conference on Education (2nd link) and International Conference on Technology in Education (3rd link) on the same days, same place. One registration fee allows entry to all three conferences.
clute-bus.com/clute-international-academic-conference-on-business-orlando
clute-edu.com/clute-international-conference-education-orlando
clute-tech.com/clute-international-conference-on-technology-in-education-orlando

2-3 March: The 11th International Conference on E-learning and Innovative Pedagogies takes place at St John’s University, Manhattan Campus, New York, USA, in March 2018. Conference themes are: Pedagogies; Institutions; Technologies; Social transformations. Next proposals deadline 2 May.
ubi-learn.com

15-16 March: The 18th International Conference on Knowledge, Culture and Change in Organizations takes place at the University of Konstanz, Germany. More than 50 topics divided into conference themes: Management education; Change management; Knowledge management; Organisational cultures. Proposals welcome, but no current deadline notified.
organization-studies.com

21-23 June: The 25th International Conference on Learning takes place at the University of Athens, Greece, organised by The Learner. Conference themes are: Pedagogy and curriculum; Assessment and evaluation; Educational organisation and leadership; Early childhood learning; Learning in higher education; Adult, community and professional learning; Learner diversity and identities; Technologies in learning; Literacies learning; Science, mathematics and technology learning. Submissions of presentation proposals may be made until 30 days before the conference starts.
thelearner.com

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