The College of Education Scholarship and Research Symposium, an annual event highlighting scholarly activities by College of Education faculty and graduate students, is scheduled for Friday, March 7th, 2014.
The College of Education Scholarship and Research Symposium is an annual meeting that serves as a forum for faculty and graduate students to present their scholarship and research. In particular, the Symposium is designed to promote and reinforce scholarly activity among graduate students (doctoral and master’s) in the College of Education. The Symposium provides an informal (and potentially rich) opportunity to inform faculty and graduate students about the diverse scholarly activities presently being conducted. Specifically, the Symposium will provide faculty and graduate students in the College of Education with a forum to discuss and/or present findings from proposed or current research. In particular, the Symposium provides a potentially instructive opportunity to prepare and rehearse presentations accepted for a forthcoming national or state conference. Refreshments will be provided.
Applicants are requested to submit no more than one proposal in which they are the lead presenter in order to provide opportunities for broad-based participation as symposium presenters. The deadline for proposals is January 31th, 2014. Proposal Format
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