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The Black Doctoral Network Conference is a platform for Black and Latino scholars and professionals to present and collaborate on original research topics across all disciplines. This year's theme, “Paying It Forward," focuses on what the next generation of students, thinkers, and doers can do to make an impact on local, national, or global levels. We welcome all abstract submissions that can answer the question: How does your research contribute to making an impact in this world?

See the attached flyer for more information.

It is a banner year for Kennesaw State’s Symposium of Scholars and Undergraduate Research.  On April 16, the annual event celebrated its 20th year of recognizing excellence in student scholarship and creative activity. It’s also the year that will launch efforts to increase visibility, participation, communication and student engagement in research. 

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CETL is now offering syllabi review using the Learning-Focused Syllabus Rubric (Palmer, M., Bach, B. and Streifer, A., 2014). We are excited about this new opportunity and look forward to working with you.

For additional information: http://cetl.kennesaw.edu/syllabus-research

Due to the forecast for inclement weather, Kennesaw State University has canceled classes on Saturday morning, which means that we cannot hold Saturday's sessions for the Research on Teaching and Learning Summit.

We will be providing all participants who paid for this year's Summit a discounted rate of $100 to attend the October 2-3, 2015 Summit, which is a $60 discount on the $160 registration fee.

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CETL and Kennesaw State University have won the bid to host ICED in 2018.
ICED, The International Consortium for Educational Development, promotes educational and academic development in higher education world-wide. ICED is a network whose members are themselves national organisations or networks concerned with promoting good practice in higher education.

One hundred and sixty-four students presented oral and poster projects at the 19th annual Symposium of Student Scholars & Undergraduate Research Reception and set a new bar of academic excellence. Some students presented multiple projects this year, a growing trend, while others have returned with new research work to showcase.

This year’s symposium attracted projects from Bagwell College of Education, Coles College of Business, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, College of Science and Mathematics, College of the Arts and WellStar College of Health and Human Services.

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