2018 PACIE Annual Conference -
Global Ready Graduates: It's on Us!
To register for the 2018 PACIE Conference, click on the link below:
2018 PACIE Conference Registration
Click on the link to view the draft conference agenda, complete with sessions. PACIE is very inspired by the amount of sessions that were proposed for the 2018 conference. We cannot wait to see you in October! View the Conference agenda.
Global Ready Graduates:
It's on Us!
This year’s theme embodies a significant part of PACIE’s mission: To help Pennsylvania create graduates with the skills that they will need to be competitive in a global marketplace. From our current K-12 students to the international students that enrich our campuses and lives, global engagement reaches every corner of the state. Segments of the 2018 conference will formulate a summit on global education in preparation for the task force that we hope will have passed by the summer months. Other segments of the conference will include workshop-style training and development opportunities in education through technology utilization, curriculum integration and design, and best practices as they relate to student engagement and awareness to the global community that inevitably touches their lives.
Date and Location
The 2018 PACIE Conference will be held from October 5-6, 2018 at the Hilton Doubletree Hotel in Cranberry Township, PA. For a map and driving instructions, please click on the link below:
DoubleTree by Hilton, Cranberry Township
To reserve a room in the PACIE block, please dial 724-776-6900. The room block is held under Pennsylvania Council for International Education. Our rooms will be held at a group rate and available until September 12, 2018.
The conference brochure will be available shortly.
Please check back frequently for updates on sessions and other conference highlights. View Conference Agenda.
Student Poster Fair!
PACIE is please to present a Student Poster Fair at the upcoming conference. Submissions are due on October 26! Please tell your students and colleagues as all students who submit receive membership to PACIE for the year. The winner will be awarded a free conference registration for 2019 and Echo Dot! Click here to submit!
We invite your organization to sponsor, advertise or exhibit at our upcoming conference. Fees and inclusions are listed just below. The deadline to submit for the upcoming conference is August 31, 2018 in order for any advertising and/or acknowledgement to be printed in the brochure. Please click on this link to select your desired option and inclusions for each option:
Sponsor the 2018 PACIE Conference
Core Conference Sponsor ($10,000):
Platinum Sponsor ($5,000):
Gold Sponsor ($2,500):
Silver Sponsor ($1,000):
Bronze Sponsor ($500):
Exhibitor Table ($200)
Conference Program Back Cover ($500)
Conference Program Inside Back Cover ($300)
Conference Program Full Page ($250)
Conference Program 1/2 Page ($200)
Conference Program 1/4 Page ($150)
Please feel free to contact Christina Good at: firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or require additional information.
Nominate a deserving Pennsylvanian for the awards below. Nominations are due by June 15, 2018. Click on the link for the PACIE Awards Nomination Form
Portlock Outstanding International Educator Award
The David Portlock Award for Outstanding International Educator recognizes international educators in mid-career who have exhibited evidence of on-going mentoring of colleagues in the field, exemplary leadership in international education on their campuses, and consistent contribution to the field as seen in presentations, papers, publications or other academic enterprises.
Kopp Lifetime Achievement Award
The W. LaMarr Kopp Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes an individual in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania who has demonstrated longstanding excellence, commitment, and leadership in the field of international education.
Bringing the World to PA Award
The Bringing the World to Pennsylvania: K-16 Collaboration Award gives support and visibility to international/multi-cultural collaborative projects between K-12 and higher education institutions in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The recognition of such programs is intended to encourage educators and administrators to offer similar programs in their own school districts and communities, to build partnerships among educational institutions and to demonstrate to state officials the energy and creativity that is available to further the international interests of the state.