With the support of the Henry Luce Foundation, Bard College is pleased to host this Third Annual research conference designed specifically for undergraduate and graduate students.
The conference provides venues for the presentation of undergraduate, masters and PhD level research on issues related to Asia, the environment and sustainable development. The conference seeks to shed critical light on how we all might live sustainably—or not—in a 2050 world with three billion more people, limited resources, a thickening blanket of carbon dioxide heating the planet, and a global economic development process increasingly defined by Asian models and leadership
The conference will be held on the campus of Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, NY in the scenic Hudson Valley, which is easily accessible by train from New York City. Events begin at 5 PM on Thursday, ending Friday night at 6 PM. Registration is $30, and housing and meals will be provided for student participants. Meals are included for non-student registrants.
To submit a paper for a panel, or an idea for a poster presentation, please send a one paragraph abstract to email@example.com. Undergraduate students must also include a letter of support from a professor. Proposals will be accepted through March 15, 2017. Please sign up here for more information.