»Emerging Scholars Conference III - (Re)examining Social Justice

Graduate Student taking notesThe College of Educational Studies invites graduate students to save the date for the 3rd Annual Emerging Scholars Conference. This year's conference theme is (Re)examining Social Justice and will be held Saturday, October 19, 2013 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Chapman University.

Bring your works in progress or your completed studies to share and discuss with fellow graduate students.

Presentation formats include:

  • Panel sessions
  • Roundtables
  • Posters

Special features: Dr. Roxanne Miller, "Tips for preparing for and presenting your work at a conference”

Faculty panel, “Diverse perspectives on (re)examining social justice”

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  • Call For Proposals
  • Schedule
  • As a broad term, social justice encompasses a sense of processes and objectives that strive toward a just society for all. This raises the need to critically examine the understanding of social justice and its implications for policy, research, and practice. What does it mean to be a socially justice educator or researcher? What is the role of the social justice advocate? What will enable social justice to maintain its longevity rather than being merely a buzz term? 

    For the 3rd annual conference, the College of Educational Studies invites all emerging scholars to submit proposals on any topic related to social justice. At the conference, emerging scholars have the opportunity to present their work, participate in a roundtable discussion, or submit a poster. 

    Submissions:
    Proposals must be submitted as Word doc (or docx) attachments (New Times Roman, 12 pt. font) via email.  Email proposals to Dr. Susan Gabel (gabel@chapman.edu) no later than September 15, 2013. Please include proposal information form.

    Proposals should be submitted with the cover sheet below.

    For finished studies, the proposal should be one-page single-spaced along with a 150-words abstract that is single-spaced. The one page proposal should clearly indicate the title, the relevance of the work, description of methods, and conclusions and implications. 

    For studies in progress, the proposal should be 150-words abstract that clearly states the purpose of the study, description of methods, and potential conclusions and implications in a single-spaced format. 

    Deadline:
    Proposals must be submitted by 5 p.m. on September 15, 2013.  For proposals that have been accepted, the individual(s) will be notified on September 30, 2013.  Further details in regarding to the panel, roundtable, or poster will be provided at that time. 

  • The schedule of events for Saturday, October 19, 2013 is TBD. It will include panel sessions, roundtables, and a poster presentation session. There will be a special presentation from Dr. Roxanne Miller, "Tips for preparing for and presenting your work at a conference.” There will also be a faculty panel, “Diverse perspectives on (re)examining social justice.”