Proposals are being accepted to present at the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences' 42nd Annual Research Conference, which will be held virtually on Friday, March 5. The conference theme is “Modern Issues, Traditional Solutions.”
The conference planning committee is soliciting proposals from faculty, undergraduate and graduate students, scholars, scientists, visual and performing artists, and professionals in any discipline. Presentations of papers, exhibits, panels, forums, workshops, and performances are all welcome.
The CLASS Annual Research Conference is a multidisciplinary research conference platform to provide a forum for intellectual engagement and discussions on issues related and unique to Oceania, a global resource endowed with significant ecological and cultural diversity.
- Be 300 words or less
- Include a presentation title
- Include a list of authors and institutional affiliations
The presenter must be able to present in person at the conference, limit their presentation to 20 minutes, and must provide their own laptop when using classroom projectors.
Proposals are due Jan. 15. This is a hard deadline for submissions because of the extra constraints of the virtual format. Notifications of accepted proposals will be made on Feb. 1.
Friday, January 15, 2021
Contact:Dr. David Ruskin
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