Call for proposals- Concurrent sessions Canadian Association of Graduate Studies Annual Conference. Due: Apr 30, 2016
Call for proposals- Concurrent sessions
CAGS invites submissions for concurrent sessions for the 2016 CAGS Annual Conference to be held at the Hyatt Regency in Toronto, November 2-4.
All submissions should reflect this year’s conference theme:
Accessing graduate studies
We welcome proposals that touch on topics that address aboriginal issues; issues of disability; issues relating to financial and/or social challenges facing graduate students. Proponents are urged to develop panels providing a well-rounded discussion and practical advice if possible to the particular issue being addressed. A concurrent session lasts 75 minutes and should allow sufficient time for adequate discussion and exchange with participants. Student perspectives are welcomed.
Please provide a working session title, a description, and name(s) of proposed speaker(s).
Please note that there is no monetary compensation awarded to speakers. CAGS can provide some audio-visual assistance for presentations.
Proposals will be accepted until April 30, 2016.
Forward proposals and contact information to email@example.com using the title: “Concurrent session 2016”.