The four days of the AFS Annual Meeting are packed with options to choose from. We hope these highlights will help you navigate the program. We also invite you to share your own curated threads; if you send us your guide to the AFS Annual Meeting, we may post it here.
All times are CDT.
Every year, AFS committees and staff work to arrange events and sessions on topics that are particularly timely or that serve AFS members, projects and goals.
Registered attendees who can't attend in person may watch some events live, and access recordings of those live-streamed events and hybrid sessions after the meeting.
The Tulsa Local Arrangements Committee worked to create these opportunities to engage with the people of Tulsa and the region and with their concerns.
The AFS Cultural Diversity Committee works to engage directly with local communities and local struggles at our annual meeting sites and to spark conversations about racial diversity, equity and inclusion in our Society and field.
The AFS Annual Meeting is a great time to pursue what’s new in your areas of interest, and to meet those who share in these pursuits.
A plenary lecture, a forum, an exhibit, and a tour honor the Greenwood community and bear witness to the Tulsa Race Massacre.
Live music and dancing, a tour, a plenary lecture, and sessions center on Indigenous art, language and communities.
We encourage students to take advantage of these sessions and events designed with students in mind.
You know what they say: "Make new friends, but keep the old / One is silver, and the other's gold."
Though some tours require preregistration, you can simply walk in at the Woody Guthrie Center® and Bob Dylan Center®, where AFS meeting attendees can take advantage of a special rates.
Roll up your sleeves to engage with a variety of problems in professional practice.