Welcome to our Online Conference

This page will provide information regarding registration, the conference schedule, how to submit a presentation, and contact information for questions. Once registered, you will have access to the password-protected page.


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AIAEE Conference

The 2021 AIAEE Conference will be held ONLINE, April 12-14, 2021. Registration for this year’s conference is now open. We hope to see you all there virtually.

How to Submit Conference Presentations

An author must register and present the poster in order for the poster to be placed in the conference proceedings and be eligible for an award. 

Directions for converting to PDF: 1) If your poster is in PowerPoint: Choose File | SaveAs and PDF format. Check the option for Minimum Size.; For other software save the file as PDF or print to PDF. Open in Acrobat (not Reader) and reduce the file size if possible. Please ensure that your poster is of adequate quality that it can be viewed online. As a reminder, posters are 48″ x 48″ in our traditional conference setting. Please continue to follow that as a guide.

Directions for accepted Oral Presentations: You will have five (5) minutes to present your oral presentations live via Zoom for the 2021 AIAEE Conference. Your presentation must be created using Microsoft PowerPoint. The presentations should include a cover slide that provides the title of the abstract and all authors. Then, you should save the PowerPoint presentation as a PDF. The PDF file should be emailed to Dr. Richie Roberts at  by March 1, 2021.

Directions for accepted Poster Presentations: Each poster will be allocated 5 minutes for presentation during the conference poster session. Posters must be created and submitted by March 1, 2021, as a PDF to Dr. John Diaz, john.diaz@ufl.eduPosters can be created on PowerPoint and converted to a PDF for submission.


Why should I join AIAEE?

In today’s complex and interdependent world, agricultural development must be seen in the broader context of holistic development. Agricultural educators and extensionists worldwide must form partnerships with others. AIAEE provides a forum for professional networks, dialogue, and learning.

People interested in agricultural and extension education as a critical component of national development should join AIAEE. Current members come from universities, extension programs, private voluntary organizations, agri-business, international agencies, foundations, and financial institutions. AIAEE thrives on the diversity of its membership. 

What are membership benefits?

  • You can participate in the annual conference, which features refereed research presentations, posters, and professional development workshops.
  • A subscription to the AIAEE Journal, which is published three times annually and is known as the premier scholarly journal in its field.
  • Participate in AIAEE association management through committee services.
  • A subscription to a private AIAEE e-mail listserv.

Contact Us:

For questions about AIAEE:

Kristina Hains


University of Kentucky
311 Garrigus Building
Lexington, KY 40546-0215

For membership questions:

Roger Hanagriff


Texas A&M University – Kingsville
Kleberg Ag Building rm 119
MSC 168 
Kingsville, TX 78363-8202

For more information about our organization, visit aiaee.org

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