What is the importance of collecting stories? If we didn’t collect stories, where would our history come from? IAACE is celebrating forty years as an organization in 2023. We are searching for stories about conferences, initiatives, award winners, and memberships. Our history committee visited the archive at Ball State University, and we started a collection of photos and lists. The history page on the website collects your submission. It can be a picture, a conference program, an award winner, what every you have about IAACE!
You can visit the award list at iaace.com/annual-awards-history/ to assist with proofing and improving the list.
You can visit iaace.com/conference-history/ to help us fill in the missing programs and logos years.
You can also visit iaace.com/keynote-speaker-archives/ to help us fill in the missing years.
You can visit iaace.com/retirements-history/ to help us list the retirees from the years we are missing.
We hope you can help us with the IAACE story; we will celebrate at the 2023 Conference, Fit at Forty-Forging the Future! If you want to design a logo for the conference and be a part of our history, please check out the details for the 2023 Logo Contest at iaace.com/2023-conference-logo-design-contest/.
Jenn is the IAACE Executive Director. Her passion for adult education shines through in everything she does for IAACE. You can invite her to a chat for questions anytime. Click here to book a time to chat with Jenn