ATLIS calls for abstract submissions and registration

The Atlantic International Studies Organization (ATLIS) is requesting submissions for its annual regional conference on January 21-23, 2011.

This year’s theme is “Alternative Solutions: Looking to a Sustainable Future“.  This is a wonderful chance to experience presenting an academic paper and to receive feedback on your work and research.

The deadline for abstract submissions is at November 21, at noon, (email to atlis@mta.ca). We encourage undergraduate students from all years and all disciplines to submit their work for consideration.

Class papers, honours theses and individual research are all eligible for submission. An abstract of your work is sufficient for the submission deadline. Work does not have to be complete by the time of presentation but should be sufficiently well-developed as to allow for discussion.

Presentations will be 20-30 minutes in length, followed by questions and a round table discussion with conference attendees and faculty.

Please note that all presenters are guaranteed to be published in our spring academic journal if they so wish. A separate call for submissions to the journal from those who do not wish to present at the conference will be sent out later in the year.

All students are invited to attend the conference, which will include social events, roundtable discussions and a keynote speaker. Please confirm registeration by November 21 and the deadline for the registeration fees is December 5th, 2010. For Mt.A students, please click here to download the registration form. A separate registration form for out-of-town students are available  here.

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