Special Interest Groups 
  & Committees
CIES‘s three standing committees—Gender & Education; New Scholars; Under-represented Racial, Ethnic, & Ability Groups (UREAG)—as well as its eighteen special interest groups (SIGs) are represented throughout this year’s conference in a variety of highlighted sessions, meetings, and other events. For more information about CIES Committees or SIGs, please visit the Society’s official website: cies.us. 



MEETINGS













GENDER & EDUCATION COMMITTEE

●   Saturday, April 30
     WORKSHOP: Gender, education, and liberation: Conversations across fields
     Ramezay, 1:00pm—5:00pm
        (see Workshops page for additional information)

●   Sunday, May 1
     HIGHLIGHTED SESSION: Gender, education, and empowerment in 
     marginalized regions of the world (Part 1)
     Le Grand Salon, 12:00pm

●   Sunday, May 1
     HIGHLIGHTED SESSION: Gender, education, and empowerment in 
     marginalized regions of the world (Part 2)
     Le Grand Salon, 1:45pm

●   Monday, May 2
     GENDER & EDUCATION SYMPOSIUM: From development to empowerment
     Le Grand Salon, 8:30am—3:15pm
       (see Workshops page for additional information)
    


NEW SCHOLARS COMMITTEE

●   Sunday, May 1
     NEW SCHOLARS ESSENTIALS
     Part 1: Careers in CIDE
     Part 2: Field research
     Part 3: Publishing your research in a journal
     Ramezay, 12:00pm—5:15pm

●   Monday, May 2 – Wednesday, May 4
     NEW SCHOLARS DISSERTATION WORKSHOPS
     Bellechasse,  8:30am-3:15pm (M, W), 10:15am-5:00pm (T)
       (see Workshops page for additional information)

●   Wednesday, May 4
     CAREER PREPARATION WORKSHOP
     Bellechasse,  3:45pm



UREAG COMMITTEE

●   Monday, May 2
     HIGHLIGHTED SESSION: Education as liberatory praxis: Chicago and the continuing struggle
     for social justice
     Duluth, 3:45pm

●   Wednesday, May 4
     GLOBAL VILLAGE DIALOGUE [co-sponsored by the GENDER & EDUCATION COMMITTEE]: 
     Can education liberate all? Gender, sexuality, and international human rights 
     Marquette, 8:30am

●   Wednesday, May 4
     HIGHLIGHTED SESSION: Race, identity, and equity: Applying critical theories of education
     Marquette, 10:15am
   


SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS





















Each of the Society’s 18 SIGs will sponsor between one and five highlighted sessions at this year’s conference (based on the size of its membership). Proposals selected for inclusion in highlighted sessions were reviewed separately by representatives of each respective SIG. 

To download a complete listing of SIG Highlighted Sessions, please click on the link below:

●  SIG Highlighted Sessions.pdf

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