DET/CHE 2001 – Second Call for Proposals

Dear DET/CHE Membership: 

Call for Proposals  – Extended to October 8th!
Conference Theme: “Silver Linings: From Adapting to Innovating”
View the conference website for more information

Registration is affordable at only $25!

Do not miss this chance to:Be inspired by our keynote speakersLearn from expert colleaguesInteract with our generous sponsorsShare your valuable experience with othersWe invite you to submit a conference presentation proposal.

Proposals may be submitted for any of the following formats:General Sessions: 20 minute presentations, clustered together by the conference committee into complementary topics; a closing 20-minute facilitated Q&A will launch a continuing discussion among all presenters and the audience for each cluster.Panel Discussions: 45 minutes for a diverse group of colleagues you bring together to discuss a topic important to DET/CHE members.Lightning Rounds: 8-10 minutes to showcase an interesting project in a lively style (Pre-recorded).Birds-of-a-Feather: 60 minute informal breakout discussions on current topics of focused mutual interest.Please submit a short proposal on any of the following themes:Stories of preparing campus and systems for the return of on-campus students Campus responses to social injustice and anti-racismTeaching and Learning Strategies proven in the ongoing Covid-19 PandemicOnline, Hybrid/Hyflex Education Equity and Inclusion in Learning EnvironmentsAcademic Technology Strategy/LeadershipFaculty Development EffortsLearning SpacesDigital/Media Services
It’s easy to submit a proposal! Just complete the proposal form by October 8th. Accepted presenters will be notified the week of October 11th.Fall Instructional Modalities Survey (10 minutes)DET/CHE is interested in learning about how your institution planned for this unprecedented term. In an effort to help capture the various modalities implemented, DET/CHE would like to ask if you would take 10 minutes to complete a short survey on the various modes of instruction implemented in California Higher Education, as well as what new tools and faculty training were provided to support instruction. 

Survey results will be presented at the annual conference. It takes only ten minutes to complete this short survey. Individuals completing the survey will receive a DET/CHE 35 Beanie as a thank you. 


We are also happy to offer a few conference scholarships again, a unique opportunity for first-time attendees in leadership positions who would not otherwise be able to attend this outstanding professional development opportunity. Please email for additional information. Register Today for DET/CHE 36 | Online,  December 1-2, 2021We look forward to seeing you there!Sincerely, 

Rebecca Miller, light skin, short dark curly hair
Rebecca Miller, MS
DET/CHE President

Chief Administrative Officer,
Division of Computing, Data Science, and Society
University of California, Berkeley
2021 DET/CHE President


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