We invite graduate students to submit an abstract, paper or proposal for consideration in the NAGPS Pre-Conference on Research Methodologies. The goal of this daylong event is to promote the exchange of information about research practices and foster visibility of graduate research through the organization. NAGPS in collaboration with the Graduate Programs Office at Syracuse University, seek to foster and uphold the promotion of research integrity, transparency, reproducibility and credibility of graduate student work, which is diverse and paving the way for the future of academia. Graduate students are invited to submit proposals for a 15-minutes presentation (in a panel format), or posters describing their research and outlining the methodology approach. Presentations may involve work already presented in a scholarly venue, as well as work in progress, provided that the focus is on the method(s) employed (e.g., data collection, management, and interpretation) rather than on the results of the research or its contribution to a given field. Both tabletop and easel poster displays will be available.
Submit your proposal online by Friday, September 15, 2017. SU faculty and the SU Libraries research forum team will review proposals, and applicants notified of their proposal status no later than October 13, 2017. Questions? Contact email@example.com
Thank you for considering participating at the NAGPS Pre-Conference on Research Methodologies, to be held on Thursday, November 2, 2015, from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm at Syracuse University. This event will allow graduate student researchers an opportunity to share their research and data management strategies with the other graduate students from across the country, as well as the local university faculty and undergraduates.
Graduate student applicants have the option to submit proposals for a research methodology panel or a poster session. The panel discussion or posters can reflect recently presented work or works in progress, as long as the focus is on the scholar’s methodology(ies), rather than the scholar’s results. Proposals will be reviewed by SU faculty and by the SU Research Methods Forum team.