June 8, 2022
Updated September 8, 2022
HACU International Plenary to focus on innovating and retooling post-pandemic
The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities will present an International Plenary on, "Resilience, Recovery, and Retooling in Post-Pandemic Higher Education: Lessons learned and applied in diverse international settings," Oct. 10, 2022, 9:00 – 10:15 a.m., as part of its 36th Annual Conference taking place at the Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego, Calif.
The plenary will feature a panel discussion on the impact of the pandemic and the recovery from it by innovating and retooling for this new normal. Panelists will highlight the depth of change of the past two years, which is unparalleled in recent history, and the major differences in technical and economic resources across nations and among institutions. Panelists from Mexico, Spain, Costa Rica, and the United States, including public and private universities, will discuss the lessons learned and applied.
The plenary will be moderated by Fernando León García, Ed.D., president of CETYS University. Speakers will include Garnett S. Stokes, Ph.D., president, The University of New Mexico; Emma Grace Hernández Flores, Ph.D., president, Universidad de Iberoamérica; and Fernando Galván Reula, Ph.D., former president, University of Alcalá.
HACU’s 36th Annual Conference “Championing Hispanic Higher Education Success: Rebuilding a More Resilient and Inclusive America,” will feature more than 50 workshops and pre and post events taking place in person Oct. 8-10, 2022, at the Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego in Calif. For a complete agenda and list of workshops, click here.
Registration for the Annual Conference and/or pre- and post-conference events is available online by clicking here.