Relive San Diego
An Amazing Week of International Education
The NAFSA 2014 Annual Conference & Expo had it all, from a record number of attendees and a rocking opening reception to beautiful surroundings and inspiring guest speakers. Approximately 10,000 people from 89 countries attended the NAFSA 2014 Annual Conference & Expo in San Diego, California to make new connections, catch up with old friends, and celebrate the field of international education.
Photos from San Diego
Four outstanding plenary speakers and more than 200 sessions filled the conference program, in addition to 45 workshops, six colloquia on internationalizing the curriculum, a range of poster fairs, and open meetings. In the Expo Hall, attendees could visit with more than 400 exhibitors and stop by the Career Center for résumé reviews and employer information sessions. Check Conference Connection for session handouts and exhibitor information through the month of June.
La Santa Cecilia
La Santa Cecilia, a Los Angeles-based band that opened for Michael Franti and Spearhead at the Opening Celebration, spoke with NAFSA about the importance of speaking out for immigration reform and performed an acoustic song before heading on stage. Check out their performance and sign the Speak Out petition to add your voice to the conversation.
The best weapon we can give a person is an education - Kakenya Ntaiya, educator, activist, founder of Kakenya Center, #NAFSA14 plenary— Ashlee (@AdvisorAshlee) May 30, 2014
Thank you to all attendees who helped make 2014 a record-setting conference. We hope to see you all in Boston in 2015.