The Faculty Seminar Series which is supported by CODESRIA will be having a series of Seminars at Laikipia College Campus (LCC). The objective of the Faculty Seminar Series is to promote a culture of interfaculty and interdisciplinary research dialogue and exchange, which is essential in strengthening social science research capacity in Africa. The Faculty Seminar Series aims to promote interdisciplinary scientific collaboration among colleagues within the same institutions while providing a venue for research dialogues which are essential in adding value to social science knowledge production in Africa. It will also provide support upon which tertiary institutions can build the research dialogue. It is expected that at the end of the Seminar Series, the papers presented will be peer-reviewed, and selected ones published in a special issue by CODESRIA.
SUB-THEMES AND FACULTY SEMINAR SERIES DATES:
Methodologies and Epistemological Research Processes in Social Sciences and Humanities.
Date: 24th November
Widening Access and Participation in Higher Education (Role of ICT, eLearning and Distance Learning, Emergence of New Campuses, Expansion of Existing Universities).
Date: 26th January 2008
Indigenous Education, Policy Issues, Cultural Diversity and Research at the University.
Date: 29th March 2008
Gender Issues in Education (HIV/AIDS, etc).
Date: 7th June 2008
NOTE: All the seminars will be held at the Laikipia College Campus (LCC) Boardroom.
-Abstract with a maximum of 300 words. Please provide bibliographic material for the same. This will not be part of the 300 words. Deadline for Abstracts for all the sub-themes is 31st October 2007.
-Papers should not be more than 25 pages (double spaced). Paper submission should be a month before each sub-theme seminar is held. However, for the first sub-theme seminar to be held on 24th November, deadline for submission should be 16th November 2007.
-All abstracts and papers should be submitted in soft copy to Dr Felicia Yieke of LCC at; email@example.com
Dr. F. A Yieke
Faculty of Education and Human Resources
P.O Box 1100
Nyahururu, Kenya Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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