Conference Program

The 2021 AAHHE National Conference Sembrando Semillas: (Re) imagining the Contours of Latinx/a/o Communities within Higher Education showcases some of the transformative work happening within our respective communities and to plant seeds [sembrar semillas] in order to reimagine the contours of Latinx/a/o communities within higher education. You will find our conference programming thoroughly engaging in five different conference strands: (Re)conceptualizing Diversity in Latinx/a/o Identities and Experiences; Responding Through Advocacy and Activism; Responsive Leadership and Institutional Transformation; Rethinking Institutional and Community Partnership; and Restoring Health and Wellness.

Enjoy any of our forty–three conference sessions presented as Interactive Symposia, Research Papers, Skill–Based Workshops, Round Tables, Poster Sessions, Performance, Visual, and Digital Scholarship, Outstanding Dissertations Competition presentations, and AAHHE Commissioned Scholarly Papers. The conference will showcase four plenary sessions and awards ceremonies, networking and social hours, a daily breakout lounge and information booth.

In 2021, the conference program will be held in a virtual format. More information will be provided in mid-January. Please feel free to reach out with questions to [email protected]