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Washington State University
College of Education

Globalization, Diversity, and Education Conference (#GDE2023)

September 14-16#GDE2023

This year’s theme is Kinship-in-Action. Learn more about the conference and WHY it is important.

Conference Overview

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Register now!

We can’t wait to see you at #GDE2023. But in order to help us plan, and to lock in your spot, we ask you to register without delay!


Michelle Jacob and Paula Groves Price

Keynote Speakers 

We have two incredible speakers for this year’s conference to welcome us and then help us understand kinship-in-action.

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Northern Quest

Location Information

Once again, this conference will be at the Northern Quest Hotel & Resort in Airway Heights, WA.

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Michelle Jacob and Paula Groves Price

Schedule of Events

As we move closer to the final event, our schedule is taking shape with events, presenters, and the like.

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Clock hours available!

GDE 2023 won’t only be informational and inspirational, Clock Hours available for our K-12 teachers and school partners!

Michelle Jacob and Paula Groves Price

Film & Panel Discussion

Participants of this conference will be able to view Covenant of the Salmon People, Nez Perce Tribe Documentary.

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They said it…

GDE is a supportive and challenging environment for scholars and activists to engage in stimulating and at times difficult dialogue on today’s educational issues. 

—A.G. Rud

Every year, the Globalization Conference brings together top scholars from institutions and organizations all over the country, and in fact, from various areas of the world. These well-respected thought leaders share research, dialogue, and strategize deeper ways of working together for greater justice in schools and communities. The energy and commitments to rejecting racist policies and practices and mobilizing higher education, K-12 education and community organizations for equity and justice was powerful to witness.

—Paula Groves Price