Education Conference

Join us for the Indiana University Education Conference

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted our educational systems throughout the United States. The pursuit of containing its spread has led to a near-total closure of schools, universities, and colleges. This year has been one of the most challenging ever for students, teachers, and families. The Indiana University Education Conference is FREE of charge, takes place on Tuesday, July 14 through Thursday, July 16, and provides professional development to K-12 educators and higher education leaders across the country to assist students with success during and after a COVID-19 world.

Planned topics include equity challenges in K-12 and higher education during COVID-19; best practices with how to teach and engage students with technology; effective engagement of students through personalized learning and blended learning environments; identification of access gaps for students and teachers navigating a non-traditional learning environment and necessary supports; and fighting educational inequities in the face of COVID-19.

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James Wimbush

Indiana University is deeply committed to cultivating an environment that advocates inclusion and equity for all. That commitment has been the driving force behind IU’s position at the forefront of diversity efforts in higher education as well as its long tradition of opening doors for underrepresented, underserved, and minority groups. As part of this commitment, IU continues to be a proud supporter of Indiana Black Expo.

James C. Wimbush, IU’s Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs, Dean of The University Graduate School, and Johnson Professor for Diversity and Leadership.