The NEDSC is excited to present a call for proposals!
We are accepting three types of proposals for peer review
45 minutes in length
We are interested in workshops that address skill building and professional development aimed particularly at doctoral students. This might include applying for internships, building a CV, writing a syllabus for college teaching, balancing work and life, writing Institutional Review Board applications for human research, etc. Strong workshops are hands-on, applied, and engaging, and should have a particular achievable outcome for student participants.
This year, the NEDSC will offer participants the opportunity to submit a poster for a structured poster session. Posters can present program descriptions, individual research in any phase of completion, literature review, or conceptual analysis. Strong poster presentations also include visual elements (graphs, images, photos, charts, models, etc). Posters will be grouped into small sessions. Presenters will be asked to give a two minute summary of their work, and then stay by their poster for the rest of the session to answer questions and discuss their work with session attendants.
15-20 minutes in length
Paper presentations should consist of reporting on original research at any stage in development. You will be paired in a 45 minute session with another presenter. We are interested in hearing from doctoral researchers working on proposals and comprehensive literature reviews all the way through sharing data and conclusions! Strong presentations are delivered orally with visual aides, such as power points or handouts.
PROPOSALS RECEIVED BY THIS DEADLINE WILL BE GIVEN PRIORITY FOR REVIEW AND SCHEDULING PREFERENCES IF ACCEPTED. PROPOSALS RECEIVED AFTER THIS DATE WILL BE REVIEWED ON A ROLLING BASIS UNTIL ALL AVAILABLE SCHEDULE SLOTS ARE FILLED.