Aftermath: Higher Education in a pandemic-altered world
The second annual Georgia Gwinnett College Teaching, Learning, and Research Symposium, co-hosted by the Business, Economic, and Applied Research (BEAR) Center and The Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE), invites submissions for a hybrid, regional conference to be held January 12-13, 2022. The conference theme is: “Aftermath: Higher Education in a pandemic-altered world,” and will feature a SoTL track and a non-SoTL empirical research track. Submissions that align with the theme are particularly encouraged, but other topics are also welcomed.
By submitting a work, authors are attesting that their work is unpublished at the time of submission. Submissions will be peer-reviewed by both internal and external faculty with subject matter expertise. Authors will present accepted submissions in a concurrent session format, either virtually or in person. The proceedings will be publicly available as abstracts on the CTE website, allowing authors to publish their full paper in a journal of their choosing.
The submission deadline is November 12, 2021. Please use the following link to complete the submission form: https://forms.office.com/r/HJhJwJsDmQ. A 250-word abstract and full contact information for all co-authors is needed to complete the submission. Corresponding authors are asked to consider serving as a reviewer and may indicate their willingness to serve on the submission form. Decision notices will be sent out by December 10, 2021. Individuals are limited to a total of 3 submissions, which includes single and co-authored work. All conference presenters and attendees will need to register and pay the $35 registration fee
Faculty wanting to volunteer to serve as a reviewer, who are not a corresponding author, may use the following link: https://forms.office.com/r/CQnjYTYWEk
Questions may be directed to Dr. Reanna Berry at email@example.com.
Dr. Reanna Berry – Director of Accounting for the BEAR Center and Assistant Professor of Accounting
Dr. Rolando Marquez – Associate Director for the CTE and Assistant Professor of Instructional Technology