Armstrong has a proud tradition of student involvement in various scholarly and creative endeavors. Whether it’s turning a ceramic vase or synthesizing chemical compounds, students are working side by side with faculty making valuable contributions to their fields of expertise. The Scholars Symposium provides a venue for the campus and the community to come together to celebrate these accomplishments and to recognize the outstanding scholarly achievements made by our students.
Submission deadline: TBA
Smposium Dates: April 19-21, 2017
In conjunction with National Women's History Month, the Annual Women in the Arts Symposium is hosted by the Department of Art, Music & Theatre to acknowledge and recognize contributions of women to the arts. This multidisciplinary event provides an excellent opportunity for Armstrong students to present and discuss their research pertaining to historical and contemporary achievements of women within the venue of the visual and performing arts.
Additional information TBA
British Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies Conference
The British Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies Conference, inaugurated in 1992, is the oldest and longest-running annual meeting of its kind in the United States. It encompasses colonial and postcolonial histories, literatures, creative and performing arts, politics, economics, and all other aspects of the countries formerly colonized by Britain and other European powers. The aim of the conference, then, is to be interdisciplinary and cross-cultural, and to offer scholars and researchers, teachers and students, the opportunity to disseminate and discuss their knowledge and understanding of the dynamic, important field of postcolonial studies. For the 26th annual conference, Clair Wills, the Leonard L. Milberg Professor of Irish Letters at Princeton University and member of the Royal Irish Academy, will give the Keynote address.
The conference will be held February 17-18, 2017 at the Hilton Savannah Desoto in Savannah, GA
Find out more here: BCPSC
NCUR: National Conferences on Undergraduate Research
Now in existence for over twenty years, the conference regularly hosts 2,000 students and their faculty mentors to present their research through posters, oral presentations, visual arts and performances. Current dates are to be announced. Find out more information here: NCUR
The Southeastern American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies
This year's 43rd Annual SEASECS conference will be held in Montgomery, Alabama. The conference theme is "Colonial Intersections in the Eighteenth Century" and will run March 2-4, 2017.
The paper proposal deadline is November 11, 2016.
Find out more here: SEASECS
15th Claremont - University of California Undergraduate Conference on the E.U.
This conference is aimed to encourage undergraduate students to learn more about the European Union as well as interact with other students and professors who have various expertise in this field. Dates for the event are April 6 and 7, 2017.
Find out more here: UC
5th Annual Georgia Undergraduate Research Conference
Students from all disciplines are encouraged to attend this conference in order to connect with other students and professors in their line of research.
Conference will held from November 4-5, 2016
Find out more here: GURC
Albany State University 5th Annual Regional Undergraduate Research Symposium
Oral and poster presentations will be present at this symposium on October 28, 2016. Deadline for abstact submissions is Wednesday, October 5, 2016 at 3PM. Email email@example.com with the subject title "Send an ASU UR Conference Application." Abstracts should follow formats consistent with the published literature in the applicant's field of study and should not exceed 250 words. The theme of the symposium is "The Major Keys to Professionalism: Unlocking the Door of Potential through Research and Innovative Discoveries," with Dr. Felicia Griffen as the keynote speaker. If your abstract is accepted, you are required to present at the symposium in either poster or oral presentation form.
4th Annual Black Doctoral Network Conference
This is an undergraduate research poster competition and the theme this year is "Changing Research for a Changing World." There are a few spots still available for this conference being held in Atlanta, October 27-29, 2016. Abrstracts may be submitted by sophmores, juniors, and seniors (as of Fall 2016) from all racial backgrounds and on any topic. Abstracts must be no more than 250 words. Include the title of the poster, issues you address in your work, your methods and theories, and results/conclusions of your research (if available). For more informations and to submit and abstract visit: blackphdnetwork.submittable.com