International Adult and Continuing Education Hall of Fame (IACEHOF) Workshop

The National Outreach Scholarship Conference Board of Directors and the 2010 NOSC Leadership Team at NC State University are pleased to announce a new partnership with The International Adult and Continuing Education Hall of Fame (IACEHOF) at this year’s Conference.

On Wednesday morning, October 6, from 8:15 – 10:00 a.m., members of The IACEHOF Board of Directors will lead the following special double concurrent session panel discussion:

The Bruise and Battered Speak: IACEHOF Members on Sustaining Engagement
What does it take to sustain engagement?  Members of the International Adult and Continuing Education (IACE) Hall of Fame speak from professional and personal perspectives about how they lead engagement from four approaches: institutional, issue, particular population, and scholarship, and how they sustained these efforts to a point of impact.

We encourage all 2010 NOSC participants to consider attending this special session, and we welcome The IACEHOF as a partner in this and future NOSC’s.

The International Adult and Continuing Education Hall of Fame was created not only to honor leaders in the fields of continuing education and adult learning but to serve as a record and inspiration for the next generation of continuing education leaders.  Election to the Hall of Fame acknowledges that these men and women have made distinguished contributions to the field of adult and continuing education.  Each has provided a crucial nexus between resources and learners. Since it’s founding in 1996, the Hall of Fame has inducted more than 200 adult and continuing education scholars, practitioners, and policy makers from around the world.  These innovative leaders have believed passionately in the evolutionary power of education. All are themselves exemplary lifelong learners and have left lasting impressions on the students, institutions, and organizations they have served.

If you have questions or would like more information, please visit the program’s web site at http://www.halloffame.outreach.ou.edu/