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Registration is now open! Please go here or click the link at the bottom. Capacity is limited so please register soon!

At this conference we want to highlight interactivity and networking. We will include two “postcard sessions” where any attendee can feel free to share ideas and best practice, and simultaneously receive audience feedback and feel supported by peers. Please see the “postcard guide” below to submit your ideas.

There will also be regular paper sessions, where presentations will be brief to maximize audience participation.

Up to two workshops will be offered, and details will be shared here as soon as they’re finalized.

An optional dinner reception will follow the conference programming, and we hope to see you there! Seats are limited so please get your dinner ticket soon.

Some important dates:

  • Call for abstract: Now! Please see abstract guide here
  • Abstract due: Dec 8, 2023. Submit your abstract here.
  • Abstract review period: Dec 9 – 23, 2023 (authors will be notified thereafter)
  • Draft paper due: Feb 22, 2024. Please see draft paper guide here
  • Draft paper review period: Feb 23 – Mar 3, 2024
  • [If needed] Revised draft paper due: Mar 15, 2024. Submit your revision by email, to Dr. Jamie Szwalek,
  • [If draft paper accepted] Final paper due: Mar 22, 2024. For formatting and how to submit, see final paper guide here.
  • Postcard guide here. (“Research pitch” template, “teaching tidbits” template). Submit your postcards here.


To optimize participation, engagement, and networking, we will use a mix of unconference and conventional formats. And to make this conference a low-stress event, we encourage conciseness in both writing and presentation. We introduce two paper styles:

  • Regular paper, limited to 6 pages max; double-blind peer reviewed
  • “Postcard session” (research pitch and teaching tidbits); this is the main driver for the unconference; submit your ideas here!
  • Workshops; hands-on experience (and artifacts!) you can take with you to your institutions

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ASEE Members: $175
Non-Members: $225
Students: $75
(Optional) Dinner: $50

We also offer a need-based conference grant. We strongly encourage anyone, particularly underrepresented minority, to apply. Grant recipients will receive a fee waiver to the conference. To apply, please fill out this form. Thank you!