Call for Proposals – Submissions Due by March 1, 2013
The Annual Conference of the National Society for Experiential Education (NSEE) will be held at the Don Cesar Resort in St. Pete Beach on Sept. 30–Oct. 2, 2013. Please note the call for proposals listed below.
NSEE provides undergraduate and graduate students an opportunity to share their current or recently completed research projects in a poster format at the NSEE Annual Conference. Research projects that are in progress or in the early stages of development are also encouraged. The research may have been performed as part of a course, an Honors Research Fellowship or an independent project conducted with a faculty mentor. Posters are invited that apply to one of the following pillars of experiential education: (1) Research experiences and reflections; (2) Education abroad experiences and reflections; (3) Service-learning experiences and reflections and (4) Internships experiences and reflections. The poster forum will provide participants with outstanding preparation for graduate or professional schools and future presentations and will foster greater awareness of student research in the college.
The posters will be considered by the NSEE conference committee...
The posters will be considered by the NSEE conference committee based on the following criteria:
- Session design and content (discussion, interaction)
- Experiential and/or creative nature of session
- Clarity of description
- Relevance of topic to conference theme/tracks
All proposals must be submitted by March 1, 2013...
All proposals must be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org
using the online form at www.nsee.org
. Follow the link to the conference section.The deadline to receive proposals is 11:59 p.m. on March 1, 2013.Incomplete proposals or improperly formatted proposals will not be considered.
Format of the Sessions
The Student Poster Forum is a 60-minute interactive session in which...
The Student Poster Forum is a 60-minute interactive session in which the audience and judges will circulate among the poster displays and students will share their materials. This forum is intended to generate conversation and to stimulate interest for students, faculty sponsors and the audience. All posters will be eligible for a commendation.