“Georgia and the World”
On May 26, 2023 the American High School (AHS)/European School (Georgia) in cooperation with COGNIA (International Education Services, USA) and Tbilisi State University (Georgia) hosts the II International Interdisciplinary Online Conference “Georgia and the World (intercultural relations)”.
Georgia, the crossroad between East and West, has been open to external relations since ancient times. Historically, Georgia has been influenced by a number of civilizations and has itself influenced neighboring and relatively distant peoples and their cultures. The main goal of the event is to bring together new researches on intercultural relations between Georgia and the world through centuries in one virtual space.
The conference aims to host school/ university students, teachers and professors to exchange and share their experiences and research results on this topic. The organizers of the conference hope to strengthen the relations not only between Georgia and other countries, but also between school and university and contribute to the development of research skills among students.
The main working themes are:
Social and political aspects
Education, Scientific relations and cooperation
Working language: English
Irma Barbakadze (PhD, AHS Director)
Teresa Atwa (Vice President International Education, Cognia)
Nana Tonia (PhD, TSU Professor)
Mikheil Barnovi (PhD, TSU Associate professor, AHS Teacher)
Ani Bochorishvili (PhD, AHS teacher)
Natia Phiphia (PhD, TSU Assistant-professor, ES Teacher)
Sophio Bazadze (Director of European School)
Natia Tevzadze (Academic Dean, AHS /European School)
Mariam Khatiashvili (Student Engagement Coordinator, AHS)
Maria Ojeda (Senior Vice President International Education Services, Cognia)
Ekaterine Kobakhidze (Associate Professor, TSU; Teacher, AHS)
Key Note Speakers:
Kem Hussain (Senior Vice President Global Strategy and Development, Cognia)
Annette Bohling (Chief Global Accreditation Officer, Cognia)
Sherif El Taweel (Sr. Administrative Official, Cognia)
Ludwig (Ludy) van Broekhuizen (Global Ambassador; Cognia)
Ana Chikovani ( Associate Professor, Tbilisi State University)
Information for the students:
Students are offered to submit the title of their presentation, supervisor’s full name and email, presentation abstract (max.200 words) in English for a max. 15-minute paper no later than March 15, 2023.
Information for the teachers / the professors:
Teachers/ professors are offered to submit the title of their presentation, full name, affiliation and email, presentation abstract (max.300 words) in English for a max. 20-minute paper no later than March 15, 2023.
The abstracts must be sent to the email: email@example.com
The abstract will pass the blind-review process and the participants will be informed no later than April 15, 2023. The program and the selected abstracts of the conference will be published online.
Announcement of the conference: December 19, 2022
Deadline for abstract submission: March 15, 2023
Information about the abstract acceptance: April 15, 2023
Conference opening: May 26, 2022
No participation fee is required