Organizers of the Graduate Education Research Conference have issued a call for proposals from grad students in any discipline.
The student-organized conference explores and celebrates the research efforts of graduate students, especially in the Faculty of Education, but presenters and attendees are welcome from across the University of Windsor: students, faculty, sessional instructors, administrators, and those who support teaching and learning.
“The Graduate Education Research Conference presents excellent opportunities for gaining new knowledge, social networking, and a better understanding of educational research,” says doctoral candidate Rasha Qaisi, a member of the organizing committee. “Join us as we recognize established and budding graduate research initiatives in the field of education.”
The conference is set for Monday, March 14, on Microsoft Teams. Attendance is free and open to the campus community. More details, including the call for proposals, conference registration and schedule, and the keynote speaker, are available on the conference website, thegerc.org.