Students will present papers highlighting work in a variety of programs.
WHAT: 2018 Arts and Humanities Graduate Student Research Conference
WHEN: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 15
Entry deadline is Wednesday (Oct. 31).
WHERE: Matador Room, Student Union Building, 2625 15th St.
EVENT: The Texas Tech University Graduate School will host the Arts and Humanities Graduate Student Research Conference, featuring 10-15 minute paper presentations that highlight research and work in the arts and humanities. There will be a moderator present and a panel of judges to rate each presentation. There also will be a question-and-answer period at the end of each panel.
Students are invited to submit 250-300 word abstracts for papers showcasing their
current work. Fields where research can engage the fields of arts and humanities include
(but are not limited to): Communication studies, economics, English, foreign language,
geography, history, linguistics, mass communications, organized theory, philosophy,
political science and visual and performing arts
Abstracts can submitted online through Wednesday (Oct. 31). Those selected will be notified by Nov. 7.
Volunteers are needed as moderators and panel judges. Click here for information.
Attire for the conference will be business casual. Breakfast pastries and coffee will be available. All conference participants and volunteers are welcome to attend the luncheon at noon.
CONTACT: Kim Cappillino, senior director, Graduate School, Texas Tech University, (806) 834-3374 or email@example.com