CFP: [Graduate] University of Northern British Columbia 3rd Annual Graduate Conference
Re-Thinking Your Interdisciplinary World
UNBC Graduate Conference
Friday, April 4, 2008
The University of Northern British Columbia
Prince George Campus
Open to Graduate & Undergraduate Students
at UNBC and Other Universities
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS:
Since its inception, the University of Northern British Columbia has
fostered a strong interdisciplinary focus in research and teaching. This
year, for the first time, all three of the major research areas (natural
sciences, social science/humanities, and health) will be represented at
our annual graduate student conference. To commemorate this
interdisciplinary cooperation, our conference theme is â€œRe-Thinking Your
Interdisciplinary World.â€ You will be encouraged to re-think and expand
your disciplinary boundaries.
Proposals can be disciplinary specific or interdisciplinary. In addition,
proposals can address the theory & practice of interdisciplinary research,
exemplary models for conducting interdisciplinary research, or assessments
of the positives and negatives of conducting interdisciplinary research.
There will be prizes available for the panels that best exemplify the
interdisciplinary focus, $750 for 1st place and $300 for 2nd place.
All submissions are due: February 27, 2008
Categories of Presentations:
a) Individual b) Panel c) Poster
For all submissions, please provide:
â€¢ Your first and last name, email address, phone number, current
program & degree information
â€¢ For individual presentations: title of presentation and a 250-word
â€¢ For panel presentations: provide the topic, names of the each
person participating, and an abstract of 500 words outlining the
interdisciplinary blend of your panel.
â€¢ For poster presentations: title of poster and a 250-abstract.
â€¢ Indicate audiovisual equipment requirements for your presentation.
â€¢ All abstracts must be submitted in MS WORD format.
Email Your Submissions To: gradconf_at_unbc.ca
UNBC, Office of Research and Graduate Programs, 3333 University Way,
Prince George, BC V2N 4Z9 Canada
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