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2024 Research Symposium

Submit your proposal to participate in 2024 Research Symposium by March 22 (details below).

The Symposium will be held May 8, 2024 at the Watt Family Innovation Center. This event highlights the interdisciplinary breadth of creative and intellectual work undertaken by our community of scholars so that we may make new connections and inspire new collaborative endeavors.

This year’s theme is “Envisioning the Future: Engaged Scholarship, Education, and Practice in the Digital Age”. The symposium faculty planning committee invites faculty to join the discussion around the multifaceted role of digital tools and artificial intelligence (AI) in scholarship, education and practice across different fields.  Faculty are encouraged to submit abstracts for panel discussions and presentations related to emerging models of collaborative and creative work in the digital world, ethical issues related to AI in education, scientific AI for data analysis and understanding, role of AI and digital tools in research and writing, digital tools and applications in different sectors, and other research ideas related to the digital age. 

The planning committee invites two kinds of proposals:


Panels should assume 75-minute sessions and plan to leave time for discussion. Panels can be organized in any way organizers would like, including individual full-length papers; roundtable discussion based on short papers; seminar format based on circulation of work in advance; lightning-round short papers; etc. We invite both specialized and more general sessions and encourage cross-discipline organization as well as more specialized and focused topics.

Please include in your proposal:

  • A title making the panel’s primary aims clear for an audience
  • A description of the organization of the panel
  • An overview of the panel with titles or very brief abstracts of individual papers if appropriate (placeholders acceptable at the time of submission)
  • Names and departmental affiliations of all participants


Faculty and students are invited to submit proposals for posters to be displayed in person.

If you would like to propose a poster, please include in your proposal:

  1. A title making the poster’s primary aims clear for an audience
  2. A description of the poster’s topic and format
  3. Names and affiliations of all individuals who will appear with the poster

Submit proposals by March 22, 2024 using the online form.

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