Call for Proposals:TCDC’s 3rd Annual Education Research Conference

The Teachers College Doctoral Council is pleased to announce that we will be hosting our 3rd Annual Education Research Conference on Friday, January 20th of 2017. This conference is a unique opportunity for students to present their research regardless of what stage in the research process a project is in. Students may present research proposals, works that are currently in the data collection and analysis stage, as well as completed or published projects. We encourage first year students to present on projects that they have completed as part of their first semester of coursework.

At this conference, students have the opportunity to present their work, practice presentation skills, and receive feedback about their research and ideas from an interdisciplinary audience of other graduate students, professors, and researchers working in education and related fields. Last year, we were pleased to welcome students from the Math department and the Design school. This year we hope to continue to bring students from different disciplines and departments together around issues in education. To aid us in our effort, we encourage you to disseminate this call for proposals to students working in other departments on any of ASU’s campuses.

Students are welcome to submit more than one proposal for the conference. Proposals are due November 23rd at 11:59pm. To submit your proposal(s), please, complete the form attached to this link:

If you have any questions or comments, contact your TCDC officers at
Posted in Announcements, Fall 2016, Research

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