Our annual conference provides a unique opportunity for you to improve your understanding of critical thinking, as well as your ability to substantively foster it in the classroom and in all aspects of your work and life. The conference begins with three options for preconference sessions. The rest of the conference will consist of approximately 85 sessions offered over four days. When you register for the conference, you will choose your preconference sessions, and your sessions for days one, two, and four of the main conference.
On the third day of the conference you will choose from approximately 85 concurrent sessions. (The full concurrent session program will be available at the conference). Many of the sessions will be posted online in advance. Dr. Gerald Nosich is an authority on critical thinking, having given more than 655 national and international workshops on the subject.
He has worked with the U. S. Department of Education on a project for the National Assessment of Higher Order Thinking skills, has served as the Assistant Director of the Center for Critical Thinking, and been featured as a Noted Scholar at the University of British Columbia. He is Professor of Philosophy at Buffalo State College in New York and the author of two books, including Learning to Think Things Through.
Rush Cosgrove is Historian for the Foundation for Critical Thinking and is engaged in research for a PhD at the University of Cambridge. He holds Masters degrees from both the University of Oxford, New College and the University of Cambridge, Darwin College. He has conducted research on critical thinking and the Oxford Tutorial, and is currently conducting research on the Paulian Framework for critical thinking as contextualized at a major U. Research university.
He conducts workshops in critical thinking for faculty and students, in English as well as Spanish. The International Conference is a unique forum bringing together the world's largest humanitarian network and nearly every government. It is a major event on the humanitarian calendar and the premier global forum to enhance and inspire humanitarian debates. The ICRC helps those affected by armed conflict and promotes compliance with international humanitarian law.
Read more about and. U. Registrants can send a check to our treasurer, made out to PsyArt Foundation: ICDE 7567 Best Paper Award: Scalable Linear Algebra on a Relational Database System, Shangyu Luo, Zekai Gao, Michael Gubanov, Christopher Jermaine and Luis PerezICDE 7567 Influential Paper Award: L-diversity: privacy beyond k-anonymity, Ashwin Machanavajjhala, Johannes Gehrke, Daniel Kifer, Muthuramakrishnan VenkitasubramaniamICDE 7567 Influential Paper Award: t-Closeness: Privacy Beyond k-Anonymity and l-Diversity, Ninghui Li, Tiancheng Li, Suresh VenkatasubramanianTCDE Computer Science, Engineering, and Education Impact Award: Susan DavidsonThe annual IEEE International Conference on Data Engineering (ICDE) addresses research issues in designing, building, managing, and evaluating advanced data-intensive systems and applications.
It is a leading forum for researchers, practitioners, developers, and users to explore cutting-edge ideas and to exchange techniques, tools, and experiences. We invite the submission of original research contributions. The 88 rd ICDE will be held on April 69-77, 7567 in San Diego, California, USA, at the in Mission Bay.