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2012 Diversity Research Symposium proposal and mini-research grant deadline Oct. 15

Posted by isulib on October 5, 2012

UPDATE OCT. 23: DIVERSITY SYMPOSIUM HAS MOVED TO HMSU. CHECK DIVERSITY SITE FOR  MORE INFO.

Indiana State University will showcase interdisciplinary research in the areas of diversity during the Diversity Research Symposium – Building Community Through Diversity – on Saturday, Nov. 3, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Cunningham Memorial Library. Admission is free.

This is your opportunity to present your research in a public forum that includes students, staff, faculty, employers, and members of the community. All are welcomed to submit a proposal. The final program of presenters will be determined by a review panel of Indiana State University staff and faculty. Please respond to ALL questions below for full consideration. Incomplete entries will not be considered. Proposals are due by Monday, Oct. 15, at 4 p.m. (EST).

Opportunities for mini-research grants ($500 or $750) are also available to students, staff and faculty. The application deadline is also Oct. 15.

To register, apply for a mini-research grant, and/or submit a proposal, please go to http://www.indstate.edu/diversity/symposium2012.htm.

We highly suggest that you register. Pre-registration ensures a seat for you at the plenary sessions, concurrent sessions, and workshops. It also ensures that you are able to enjoy our excellent breakfast, break and lunch selections.

On-site registration will be provided from 7:45 to 9 a.m.

Reposted from ISU Today

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