MGA students and faculty are invited to submit proposals for presentations at the 15th annual Georgia Philological Association (GPA) conference.
ALG is looking for qualified reviewers able to review grant proposals for Round Sixteen, from January 14-27, 2020.
The Department of History at Middle Georgia State University invites paper and panel proposals for its annual undergraduate History conference to be held Saturday, November 16, 2019.
We’re excited to invite chapter proposal submissions for a forthcoming openly published book, tentatively titled Open Pedagogy: Varied Definitions, Multiple Approaches.
Call for Proposals for student papers to be presented at the March 27 – 29 EU Studies Program student conference at Georgia College and State University.Student proposals need to be in the form of an abstract and must be nominated by conference organizers. The deadline for nominations is February 22nd.
Culture in Focus is an International e-Journal of Educational, Literary and Cultural Studies hosted by the MGA Department of English. The publication seeks to provide an important forum for scholarly interchange with original articles, book reviews and letters to the editor.
Currently, Culture in Focus is accepting research and scholarly works for the 2nd issue that regard the theme, “Education Matters.” We invite a broad range of cultural, literary and educational topics.
The European Union Studies Program of the University System of Georgia (http://www.eustudiesprogram.org/) is seeking faculty to teach online courses on the EU, Transatlantic relations or that compare the EU and the United States. A catalog of eleven EURO courses (see attached) is already developed and have been previously taught, but due to the nature of the material, the courses may require extensive updating.
The Undergraduate Conference is accepting paper and panel proposals from students and faculty until Friday, March 30th.
It’s that time of year again! The 15th Annual Open Education Conference is happening October 10 – 12, 2018 in Niagara Falls, NY. #OpenEd18 is the premier venue for sharing your research, practice, policy, advocacy, and other work related to open education.
We’ve kept our proposal submission process streamlined again this year – #OpenEd18 proposals are a maximum of 500 words – so you can stay focused on changing the world instead of filling out forms.