Faculty Resource Center

Faculty Resource Center

IAEE’s Faculty Resource Center includes many teaching tools that are available for IAEE faculty members. Included are teaching guides and tools for The Art of the Show textbook published by IAEE organized in two learning delivery formats. One delivery method which was developed, in conjunction with the Canadian Tourism Human Resource Council and the IAEE Faculty Advisory Committee organizes content to include 1 comprehensive outline and 5 modules of instruction, one for each thematic area listed below which vary in length.  Minimally, the module can support 18 hours of instruction or the equivalent of 1 credit in the US, to 54 hours or 3 credits. The other delivery method is a traditional chapter by chapter approach.

Supporting materials include lesson plans, learner outcomes, activities, test/quiz questions, presentation slides, videos, research papers, faculty poster sessions and more.

To access the content in the Faculty Resource Center, please click here to register. You will receive access to the information within 48 hours of your request. Your user name will be your email on file with the IAEE membership department and your password will be your first and last name, all lower case with no space. For example, if your name is John Doe, your password will be johndoe.

Should you have any questions, please contact Marsha Flanagan at mflanagan@iaee.com.

 

The Art of the Show

Art of the Show 4th edition Textbook

The Art of the Show, Fourth Edition is the complete guide for the exhibition industry featuring 421 pages addressing such issues as legal, housing and transportation, registration, exhibition technology, site selection, marketing, and planning for the unexpected at your exhibition. To request a review copy please click here. To purchase the textbook please click here.

U.S. Dept. of Labor Recognizes Meeting, Exhibition and Events Profession

March 6, 2015 – mark it down in your calendar.  On this day, the meeting, exhibition and events profession took a giant step forward in defining a foundation of competencies that are based on the business roles and responsibilities event professionals provide to organizations.  For the first time ever, our profession is being recognized by the U.S. Department of Labor as a standalone business sector, distinct and separate from lodging and tourism sectors. Read more here.

The HTE model has been published on the Clearinghouse website.

Department of Labor

2017 IMEX America Faculty and Student Initiatives

17-18 May 2017 | Frankfurt, Germany

The IMEX Faculty Engagement Program is designed to involve academic leaders and encourage them to take an active part in the show. As part of the IMEX Vision initiative, its goal is to bring industry and individuals together to share best practices, offer encouragement and provide inspiration.

This program responds to topical educational and professional needs by bringing together faculty and industry researchers for two days of faculty engagement and interaction. In order to determine if this program is desired, please let us know.

For more detailed information on the Faculty Engagement Program, please click here.

Expo! Expo! Faculty Poster Sessions

IMEX America in partnership with IAEE, invite academics and industry experts to submit Academic Papers that explore a broad range of topics dealing with innovation in the meetings, exhibitions, events and convention industry.  Both empirical and conceptual works are encouraged.

2016 Expo! Expo! Annual Meeting Faculty Poster Sessions

Below are the links to the presentations presented in Anaheim, California.

2015 Expo! Expo! Annual Meeting Faculty Poster Sessions

Below are the links to the 8 presentations presented in Baltimore.

Expo Expo Poster Series

IAEE’s first electronic faculty poster session debuts at the 2014 IAEE Expo! Expo! Annual Meeting in Los Angeles, California

IAEE Faculty Advisory Committee

Amanda Cecil, PhD, CMP (Chair)
Undergraduate Program Director & Associate Professor, Department of Tourism, Conventions and Event Management, IU School of Physical Education & Tourism Management
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

Janet Sperstad, CMP (Past Chair)
Program Director, Meeting and Event Management Degree
Madison Area Technical College

Anthony Caterina
Lecturer
University of Houston

George G. Fenich, PhD
Professor
School of Hospitality Leadership
East Carolina University

Andrew Fraser, M.Ed.
Associate Professor
Johnson & Wales University

Mary T. Hickman, CMP, CTA
Program Coordinator
Richland College

Carol Krugman, M.Ed., CMP, CMM
Chair, Department of Hospitality, Tourism and Events Management
Metropolitan State College of Denver