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Conference Proposal Workshop

MAIS is participating in the Graduate Liberal Arts Studies Symposium for the first time this summer. To provide students support, MAIS & TLC joined forces to teach students the skill of conference proposal writing. Riki Thompson, the Graduate Program Coordinator, kicked off the event with some background on academic conferences in general and specifically the … Continue reading

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Proposal Writing Workshop

Planning to apply to a conference? Come to Proposal Writing Workshop on Friday, February 21, 2014 from 5-7 pm in the Diversity Resource Center (WCG104). Amy Whitcomb (TLC) and Riki Thompson (MAIS) will guide you through the steps of putting together a 250 word conference proposal. –If you already have a draft, please bring a hard copy to work on … Continue reading

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(CFP) Call for proposals – Graduate Liberal Studies

Calling all MAIS Grad Students!  You are invited to present your research at the Graduate Liberal Studies Joint Symposium in Los Angeles, CA at Mount St. Marys College from June 20-22, 2014. Check out the website from the 2013 symposium to see the past schedule of proposal topics and presentation papers. Read a blog post about the experience … Continue reading

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Poster session on teaching and learning

Every spring quarter, the UW Center for Teaching and Learning hosts the Annual Teaching and Learning Symposium. The Symposium features the work of UW faculty, staff, and graduate students who are actively engaged in examining teaching and learning in their disciplines. The Symposium is designed for interactive presentations and discussion among participants. The event includes a … Continue reading


Presenting Research at Conferences

Here’s are links to a couple of conferences that UWT graduate students are attending and presenting research at! Margaret Lundberg – “If the Shoe Fits”: The Evolution of the Cinderella Fairy Tale from Literature to Television Lizbett Benge – “Whiteness (un)done: performing intersectional autoethnography” Madison Gridley Do you know about any other conferences of interest for … Continue reading

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Present your research at the Graduate Liberal Studies Symposium

You have been invited to participate in the Eighth Annual West Coast Graduate Liberal Studies Symposium this summer in LA! Students may submit 250-word proposals to their program directors by March 17, 2014 to be selected for 20-minute presentations followed by 10-minute Q & A. Support for Graduate Research MAIS will be funding 5 students to present their … Continue reading