2019 Southern Regional
Pi Sigma Alpha Student Research Conference
February 23, 2019
University of Texas, Arlington
ONLINE PROPOSAL SYSTEM:
DEADLINE FOR PROPOSALS: January 2, 2019
Do you have a piece of independent research that you would like to present in front of your peers? For the first time Pi Sigma Alpha is offering a series of regional undergraduate political science research conferences and you should take part!
Join us in Arlington in February for a one day showcase of undergraduate work. The conference provides a platform for Pi Sigma Alpha members to present their research findings in a professional setting with opportunity for engagement with peers.
Students exploring topics across political science are welcome to submit proposals. This includes the many subfields that make up the discipline (American Politics, International Relations, Political Philosophy, Public Policy, and more). Panels will be created based on available paper topics. Participants will received detailed feedback on their papers through panel discussants.
Interested students should complete the online proposal submission form by January 2, 2019. Notification of acceptance will be made mid-January, 2019. Final papers will be due by January 28, 2019. Please only submit a proposal if you are able to attend the conference.
Conference participants pay no registration fee and are provided breakfast and lunch on Saturday, February 23.
Have questions? Reach out to Professor Rebecca Deen at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
What Students are Saying About Other Pi Sigma Alpha Conferences!
"By attending the Pi Sigma Alpha undergraduate conference, I had the opportunity to receive feedback on my presentation that was extremely helpful and valuable to me as I continue to conduct research. Perhaps the most valuable experience was listening and talking to other presenters. I can bring the information I learned at this conference back to my home university to help our students learn more about the field of political science as well as the importance of undergraduate research and scholarship."
- Greta Frost, Youngstown State University
"The Pi Sigma Alpha undergraduate conference is a great way to gain the experience you need by presenting your own research before you enter graduate school, and in the nations capital no less! Listening to other undergrads present their research was a very fulfilling, enlightening, and rewarding experience and no other undergraduate conference does it like Pi Sigma Alpha."
-Chelsea Manning, Oakland University