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How to: Applying to Give Conference Presentations

I'm linking to this recent entry from my personal blog (tracyperkins.org) here in case there are any conference newbies in our group of scholars that might find it helpful...

"I’ve been invited to be a panelist at an event in my department tomorrow titled “Tips and Tools for Applying to Present at Professional Meetings.” The event is a great idea. When you are new to academia navigating big conferences can be overwhelming, and there are a lot of steps to do before you get to present that are not always clear when you get started.

Here are a few of the things I plan to talk about on the panel:

1. Joining professional associations

Professional associations hold yearly conferences that they often call “Annual Meetings.” These are opportunities for people around the country, and often from around the world, to share their work with their peers, get feedback, meet new people and visit with old friends and colleagues...."

 

See the rest of the post at http://tracyperkins.org/2013/11/03/how-to-applying-to-give-conference-pr...

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