Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference—Southern New England
Quinnipiac University, Hamden, CT, Saturday, April 23, 2005
Alpha Lambda Beta, the Quinnipiac University chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, invites paper proposals on any historical topic for the upcoming Phi Alpha Theta Southern New England Regional Conference. The deadline for submission of abstracts is March 11, 2005.
The regional conference is an excellent opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to practice their research, presentation, and oral speaking skills while pursuing research and increased understanding in history by meeting with others interested in the academic study of history. We encourage entries from undergraduate and graduate students, regardless of their membership in Phi Alpha Theta. However, only Phi Alpha Theta student members are eligible for prizes. Awards will be given for the best undergraduate and graduate papers. Non-members will present papers in separate panels.
Typically students will submit abstracts to their local advisor by March 4. The local advisor will submit them to the conference organizer. If you have no Phi Alpha Theta chapter or readily available local advisor, submit your abstracts directly to Kathy Cooke.
While student papers will be accepted based upon an abstract, the final paper needs to be available to the session chair at least two weeks before the conference, or by April 9, 2005. Papers should be no more than 10 to 12 double-spaced typewritten pages to be read in a maximum of 20-25 minutes.
Please note: students from any geographical region may submit abstracts. In addition, the Northern New England Regional Conference will be hosted by the Sigma Omega chapter at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, NH, on April 9, 2005. Those interested in this conference should contact Professor Sean Perrone at 603-641-7059 or email@example.com .
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