Who can attend the conference?

Individuals from GPE member institutions and prospective member institutions are welcome to attend. If you would like to attend but are not in the GPE network, please contact gpeinfo@ecu.edu.

I’m from a GPE Member Institution. Why should I attend this conference?

In attending this conference, you will learn about what is going on with our organization and hear about projects you may want to get involved with. Additionally, there will be discussions on ways to improve existing programs and reports on research that you may be able to use to promote these activities on your campus.

I’m not from a GPE Member Institution, can I attend?

The conference will be most relevant to those at GPE partner institutions. If you are not from a GPE Member institution but would still like to attend, please contact gpeinfo@ecu.edu.

What technology is used for the conference?

We will be using zoom.us for this conference. Sessions will be password protected.

How do I access the sessions?

You can access the individual sessions from the GPE 13 program page. After you register, you will receive an e-mail with the password for those sessions.

I’m having difficulty registering or attending, how can I get help?

Please e-mail gpetech@ecu.edu.

I want to know more about the conference and/or GPE, who can I contact?

Please e-mail gpeinfo@ecu.edu.

Is there a registration fee?

There is no registration fee for individuals from GPE member institutions or prospective member institutions.

How do I know if I my institution is a GPE Member Institution?

Please check our network site. All our current member institutions are on the map. Not all prospective partners are on the map…if you would like to check if your institution is on the prospective partner list, or would like to start a discussion about that, please contact gpeinfo@ecu.edu.

How long will each session be?

We are planning for the sessions to each be 1 – 1.5 hours long.

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