Undergraduate Research Call for Submissions: The Georgia Gwinnett College Teaching, Learning and Research Symposium (January 12-13, 2022)

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 an undergraduate research track. Submissions that align with the theme are particularly encouraged, but other topics are also welcomed.

Undergraduate students must have a faculty sponsor, who is familiar with the research and supports submission to an academic conference. The faculty sponsor will be responsible for guiding the student(s) through the submission and presentation process, but does not have to be a co-author.

By submitting a work, authors are attesting that their work is unpublished at the time of submission. Submissions will be reviewed by both internal and external faculty with subject matter expertise. Undergraduate 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/0fZcJdtpJr. A 250-word abstract and full contact information for all co-authors is needed to complete the submission. Decision notices will be sent out by December 10, 2021. Individuals are limited to a total of 2 submissions, which includes single and co-authored work. All conference undergraduate student presenters will need to register. There is no student registration fee. Any non-student attendees will register at the regular rate of $35.

Questions may be directed to Dr. Reanna Berry at rberry3@ggc.edu.

Program Co-Chairs:

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

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