Call for Proposals: KDP Centennial Conference ☆

| February 2, 2011

Call for Proposals:
Leadership through Service

Are you helping improve New York City?
Do you work with youth to improve their leadership skills?
Does your research take you into the community?
Have you done research on adult learning or continuing education?

Share your work: submit a proposal!


Who
The Entire TC and CU Community

Free to all! Notable speakers include Prof. Megan Laverty of the Philosophy and Education Program, Dr. Dawn Arno of the Institute for Urban and Minority Education, and David Pratt of the Carnegie Council.
You don’t have to present to attend, and it’s free!

When
March 8, 2011

The conference begins at 11:30am.  We will start with a free lunch and time for mingling. Presentations will begin at 1pm with our keynote.

What
15 minute presentations

Showcase your work in a 15-minute presentation to students and faculty. Meet like-minded colleagues!
We welcome presentations of service projects, course work, successful lessons/curricula, formal research, literature reviews, or theoretical work.  We value a wide range of topics and disciplines related to Leadership and/or Service.

How
Submit a Proposal by February 20th

Submit your proposal online at www.tiny.cc/kdpconference. You may also send a one-page outline of your proposal with your name, program, and an abstract to KappaChapterTC@gmail.com. Notifications will go out by February 27th.

Funded in part through the Vice President’s Community and Diversity Grant.
To request disability-related accommodations contact OASID at oasid@tc.edu, (212) 678-3689, (212) 678-3853 TTY, (866) 624-3281 video phone, as early as possible.