Dillon HallThe Graduate Education Research Conference invites proposals from graduate students in any discipline.

Conference to explore interconnected learning

Organizers of the Graduate Education Research Conference have issued a call for proposals from graduate students in any discipline.

Presenters and attendees from all areas of the University of Windsor are welcome to attend the student-led conference, which explores and celebrates graduate student research efforts, especially in the Faculty of Education. These include students, faculty, sessional instructors, administrators, and those facilitating teaching and learning.

“The Graduate Education Research Conference presents excellent opportunities to explore interconnected learning in education, for gaining new knowledge, social networking, and a better understanding of educational research,” says doctoral candidate Atiya Razi, an organizing committee member. “We invite you to participate in the celebration of established and emerging graduate research initiatives in education.”

The conference is scheduled for Friday, March 17, both in-person and virtually. Attendance is free and open to the campus community.

Proposals are due by Friday, Jan. 27. More details, including the proposals template, conference registration and schedule, and the keynote speaker, are available on the conference website.