Virtual Session | July 26-28, 2018
Michael Strauss, Université de Paris 5
Frank Carlos Martinez, The Havana Consulting Group LLC
Lani Fraizer, Pepperdine University
Sonya Sharififard, Pepperdine University
Abstracts are being accepted by the ASCE Virtual Session Committee in collaboration with Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology’s Scholarship without Borders. The virtual sessions will be administered through pre-recorded presentations released during the conference with a live question and answer period following the pre-recorded presentations. Participation will be virtual so physical attendance at the conference is not required.
To be considered, students must be members of ASCE. To become a member of ASCE, please visit: https://www.ascecuba.org/membership/apply-now/. A panel of scholars will review the abstracts for on the basis of relevance, originality, quality, contribution, and clarity of presentation.
Abstracts must not exceed 250 words and must be accompanied by a 150 word biography for each author. In your submission, please indicate: 1) your contact information (name, email and phone number), 2) the university email address of someone who can verify your student status, 3) your current institution, 4) your degree program, 5) expected graduation date, and 6) the location of where you plan to participate in the live question and answer period in order to arrange back up telephone access. Submissions are to be sent via email to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. For email submission include the words “ASCE STUDENT VIRTUAL SESSION” in the subject line. Abstract deadline is May 20, 2018. Upon notification of abstract selection, students will be expected to provide a prerecorded video of their presentation using MP4 compatible video software.
Videos will be posted on the ASCE YouTube channel for viewing after the meeting.
Additional guidelines area available here.