On the occasion of this year's ICM conference (International Conference on Motivation), which will take place in Dresden from August 24 to 26, the IFS will be represented with several contributions. A symposium on "Do teachers' motivations, emotions, and self-regulation matter for students' educational outcomes?" was organized by the IFS itself, and another on "Gender, ethnic/ migration background and their intersection in students' motivational beliefs" features Hanna Gaspard as a discussant. In addition, a total of four papers will be presented: Daria Benden presents her paper on "A state-trait analysis of students' expectancy-value beliefs about math versus specific math tasks", Annika Koch lectures on "Motivation and perspective-specific versus common teacher-student ratings of instructional quality", Inga ten Hagen addresses "A latent-difference-score analysis of student- vs. teacher-rated student motivation across domains" and Luise von Keyserlingk presents results on "College students' motivation and goal-oriented behavior: Integrating two motivation theories". Finally, Fani Lauermann, Hanna Gaspard and Charlotte Dignath will moderate the Oxford-style Debate on "How to best investigate the interplay among motivation, emotion and metacognition in learning and instruction". The IFS wishes you an exciting conference!