The Lone Star College Biennial: Celebrating International Education seeks proposals that explore international education in higher education. Proposals may be drawn from a wide variety of academic disciplines and may address international programs, culture, scholarship, diversity, students, faculty, leaders, citizens, collaborations, pathways, exploration, courses, industry, and partnerships. The Biennial welcomes participation from members of institutions throughout Southeast Texas.
We invite you to showcase your expertise on an international-related or intercultural topic at the Lone Star College Biennial. This can include a professional development workshop or a presentation on an international-related research endeavor.
Accepted proposals will fall into two categories: A 30-minute faculty presentation/panel or participation in a faculty poster session. Applicants will have the opportunity to indicate their preferred format, and the Biennial committee reserves the right to determine the final format according to space and time considerations.
Similarly, if you have a student engaged in an international research project, please consider sponsoring a student poster session. Details follow.
We invite you to showcase your research project that has an international or intercultural focus at the Lone Star College Biennial as part of a student poster session. You will need a faculty sponsor for your proposal.
Never done a poster before? Do not worry, because we have resources available to guide you. Presenting a poster at an academic conference can be a great boost to your CV, and cash prizes will be awarded to outstanding submissions. Check out the information below on how to create your poster for the poster contest.