The Gevirtz Graduate School of Education’s first Research Symposium has been postponed from its original date of Friday, April 3 to Friday, May 29. The rescheduled event will be held online. This will be the first of a series of interdepartmental research conferences, and the theme of the event is building an interdisciplinary community. The goal of this research symposium is to provide a space for students and faculty to showcase their own work and to foster connection-building and networking within the GGSE and larger UC Santa Barbara community.
As the UCSB campus-wide Grad Slam was canceled, the 2020 Gevirtz School Grad Slam has also been canceled.
Any student, postdoc, staff member, faculty or Alumni from ED, CCSP, and TEP is invited to present their research, degree-related work, or community-work at any stage of the process. This is also an opportunity to practice a presentation for the American Educational Research Association (AERA) or other conferences. Presenters will be able to receive low-stakes feedback from peers and faculty members. All UCSB students are encouraged to attend. The registration and proposal deadline for the new date is now Friday, April 17 at 9 pm. You may submit more than one proposal for presentations. You can register for the event online.