Health | Wellness,
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tate Student Center
1st floor suite of rooms (137-144), including the Reception Hall. $20 Sponsored by: Graduate Student Association
Contact: Garrett Jaeger IRC Director
Research and presentations from within and without academia. Theme: "Unity Through Diversity: Collaboration, Creativity and Contribution."
This peer-driven conference brings together graduate and professional students across departments and universities throughout the Southeast to share innovative, collaborative research. The conference also aims to foster future collaboration among participants and attendees.
iConference coordinators are also in need of volunteers to assist with operations the day of the event. Volunteering is a great way to interact with scholars across disciplines without submitting individual research. To volunteer, contact Chase Straw at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about conference proposals and to submit abstracts, visit https://ugeorgia.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_6X65xP8Dn9o5xFr.
The deadline for abstract submissions is Feb.ruary 1, 2013. *GSA Interdisciplinary Mission Statement
The Graduate Student Association (GSA) of The University of Georgia calls for graduate students from ALL departments among the 16 colleges and schools to cross traditional subject-matter boundaries through communication and collaboration to reach needed solutions for the complex problems of today and tomorrow.
GSA believes in an interdisciplinary, lateral discourse for research and practice in every field of study:To face the complex market challenges of the 21st Century;For inter-professional, innovative holistic products and solutions that cut across multiple content areas;To excel as differentiated leaders in current industry markets;To support the development of ideas that meet diverse needs; and,To promote a professionally developed graduate life.
Further, GSA encourages all graduate students to engage in interdisciplinary collaborative research and practice to expand ideas and expose students to differing research perspectives.