2013 AHRD International Conference in the Americas
Wednesday, February 13, 2013 - Sunday, February 17, 2013
Welcome to the Conference Central!
2013 Annual Conference
As President of AHRD, I look forward to welcoming you to our 20th conference in February 2013. For those who have never attended, you will find the conference to be a welcoming environment that offers support, encouragement and networking opportunities for those with a shared interest in human resource development research and its application. This will be my 17th time of attending, and I return each year as an opportunity to focus for a few days on topics that excite me and to be with people who speak the same language and share the same vision for HRD. The conference is a wonderful blend of interactive sessions, those that focus more on sharing the latest research, and the incidental learning that happens over a coffee or a lunch. I’d recommend the conference to anyone with an interest in HRD research, and I hope that I have the opportunity to meet you in-person in February.
President, AHRD (2012-2014)
The Academy is celebrating its 20th annual conference in 2013 in Arlington, VA (DC Metro), from Thursday, February 14th to Saturday, February 16th.
20th Annual AHRD International Research Conference in the Americas
Celebrating 20 years of Leading HRD Through Research
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»Addendum to the Program Schedule
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» Session Host Guidelines
» Schedule at a glance
» Detailed Conference Schedule (pdf)
» Saturday Keynote
Marriott Crystal GatewayArlington, VA United States
Important Dates and Deadlines
September 10, 2012
Final submission deadline for manuscripts
October 15-25, 2012
Decision notification to authors
November 25, 2012
Camera-ready submissions due
January 5, 2013
Call for symposium chair volunteers
February 14-16, 2013
Marriott Crystal Gateway
1700 Jefferson Davis Highway
Arlington, Virginia 22202 | USA
Reserve your room
Arlington/DC Metro Information and Links
Arlington Convention & Visitors Bureau Information
Washington Convention & Visitors Bureau Information
Ronald Reagan National Airport (located 2 miles from Hotel)
Washington Dulles International Airport (located 27 miles from Hotel)
Ground Transportation Options to/from the hotel.
Please note that Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is located 2 miles from the hotel and the hotel will provide complimentary airport shuttle service to/from this airport. Call 1-703-417-8000 to schedule your service.
Early Bird Rates
(before 5pm on January 22)
(after 5pm on January 22)
Emerging Research Course
|Member Full Conference||$340||$390|
|Nonmember Full Conference||$550||$600|
|Student Member Full Conference||$260||$310|
|Student Nonmember Full Conference||$370||$420|
|Member Thursday Only||$200||$250|
|Nonmember Thursday Only||$290||$340|
|Member Friday Only||$205||$255|
|Nonmember Friday Only||$295||$345|
|Member Saturday Only||$205||$255|
|Nonmember Saturday Only||$295||$345|
Dinner and Reception: $80 per ticket
1 ticket included in Full Conference registration
Keynote: Human Capital and American Competitiveness
The growing role of human capitol in producing economic output has accelerated since the early 1980’s. Increasing skill requirements have resulted from a complex mix of technology change and shifting competitive requirements. Between 1946 and 1973 in the golden age of the American Economy our competitiveness was largely based on our ability to produce standardized goods and services at the lowest prices. Since the 80’s competitive standards have become more complex; including price but also extending to quality, variety, customization, innovation, costumer service, speed, and novelty. At the same time computer based technologies have increasingly allowed us to meet these new competitive requirements at a relatively low cost. In combination the technology shift along with the new competitive standards have increased skill requirements on the job.
About Dr. Tony Carnevale
Dr. Carnevale currently serves as Director of the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce. He has a wealth of experience working at the intersection of education and employment policy. Among his leadership positions, Dr. Carnevale has served as Chair of the Human Resources Sub-Committee of the White House Commission on Productivity under President Ronald Reagan, as Vice President for Public Leadership at the Educational Testing Service (ETS) and as Director of Human Resource and Employment Studies at the Committee for Economic Development (CED). During his time at ETS, he was appointed by President George W. Bush to serve on the White House Commission on Technology and Adult Education. And while at CED, he was appointed by President Bill Clinton to chair the National Commission on Employment Policy.
Cancellations and No Shows
Cancellations received prior to February 01, 2013 will be refunded in full. No refunds will be given after February 01, 2013. No refunds will be given to those who registered who do not attend the conference.
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PLEASE NOTE: Conference registration fees must be paid prior to the conference or at the registration desk.