Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Using Social Media to Promote Your Research at the DC Regional Student Conference

The lunch workshop introduced graduate scholars to social media’s role in promoting their academic research, and to demonstrate networking and career development opportunities online. Panelists explored general tips on how to overcome fears of having a social media presence, as well as the skills and strategies needed to extrapolate scholarly research for networking and professional opportunities.

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Fall Conference Notices Being Sent Today

July 2, 2014 01:00 PM

Did you submit a paper, panel, or other event to this year's Fall Research Conference? Acceptance and rejection notices are going out today to all submitter email addresses. If you were accepted for a session at the conference, please take a look at the updated guidelines for participants and posters.

If you are wishing to volunteer as a discussant or chair for a panel, please contact Jocelyn Mason.

Registration for the conference opens on July 14. Hotel and registration information, as well as the preliminary program, will be available at that time here on APPAM.org.

 

 

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