We are excited to welcome you all to the sunshine state for the Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education (AIAEE) conference. The University of Florida will be hosting in Orlando, Florida from April 22-25, 2024. It will be a wonderful week filled with fellowship, scholarship, and celebration of 40 years of AIAEE.
For more information or questions related to the conference logistics, please contact Sarah Bush at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please refer to the call for proposals on contacts for abstracts and professional development sessions.
Information for Registrants
At least one author from each accepted presentation at the 2024 AIAEE Conference must be registered by March 1, 2024. Note: If you are registering for the conference as a member, make sure you are logged into the system. This allows you to see/select discounted pricing options.
Cost of Registration: All prices are in USD.
Students will be required to fill out a verification form and upload a picture of their student ID. You have two weeks from your registration date to submit your verification. If verification has not been provided, you will be charged the additional fees. Student Verification Link: https://ufl.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_dasc7d8UnjeD4y2. Note: You'll need to be registered as a member of the organization first, before you can register as a student and receive discounted registration.
Guests are those who are not associated with the organization or our field of study and should be registered only in conjunction with a regular registration unless otherwise approved by the conference planning committee chair.
Registering for Tours
As a part of your registration, you will be asked to sign up for a tour. Please review the options below so you can make your selection. Note: Tours are on a first come, first serve basis. If a tour is already full, you will be contacted to select another option.
Florida Agriculture and Community Food Systems
Florida boasts a wide variety of agricultural products that span much further than the well-known citrus industry. This tour will provide a glimpse into this diversity of crops and products while also providing insight into nonformal community-based agricultural education.
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