No Limits 2018
Women’s & Gender Studies “No Limits!” Student Research Conference
University of Nebraska at Omaha, Milo Bail Student Center
Friday, March 9, 2018 9:00am-5:30pm
“Gender and Activism in These Times”
Dr. Beverly Guy-Sheftall, Keynote Speaker, Founding Director of the Women’s Research and Resource Center & Anna Julia Cooper Professor of Women’s Studies at Spelman College
No Limits! is an interdisciplinary academic conference that explores a wide range of women’s and gender issues. Undergraduate and graduate students, and recent graduates, are invited to submit proposals to present their women’s and/or gender studies-related research or creative work.
Subject line of email: “No Limits” and student’s last name.
Body of email:
- Student’s contact information: Name, university affiliation, mailing address, email, phone.
- Faculty mentor: Name, university affiliation and email address.
- Project information: Title and abstract of approximately 250 words describing the project and its significance. Research involving human subjects must have IRB approval.
- Biographical statement: Student’s major/minor, hometown, academic and/or career goals, and a fun fact. (50 – 75 words)
- Format: Indicate whether this will be a paper (20 minutes), poster presentation (48” x 36”), or other
- Materials needed: If the presentation requires additional items other than projector, screen, and computer cart, please explain and list these.
Create a file (.doc, .docx, .rtf only, please) with all the information in the body of the email and attach it to the email.
Deadline for submissions is Friday, January 26, 2018
Supported by NU Central Administration; UNO Academic and Student Affairs; College of Arts and Sciences; Goldstein Center for Human Rights; Departments of Black Studies, English and History. Sponsored and hosted by the UNO Women’s and Gender Studies Program. Co-sponsored by NU Women’s and Gender Studies Program. Co-sponsored by NU Women's and Gender Studies Programs at UNK and UNL. Free and open to the public.
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