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WVSU's College of Business and Social Sciences, in collaboration with the National Center for Human Relations, is requesting student poster proposal submissions for the Human Rights Conference scheduled for April 10-12, 2014. Students are encouraged to submit their proposals for consideration by February 28, 2014. 
 
The conference will focus on “21st Century Agenda for Human Rights Theory and Practice.” Interdisciplinary abstracts, papers, presentations, posters, roundtables, workshops and panels that directly or indirectly address the conference theme are eligible for submission.
 

Potential topics include the following:

Business Compassion                                                              Interfaith Relations         
Poverty and Economic Equality                                              Race Relations
International Relations                                                           Violence Against Women and Children
Economic, Social, and Cultural Freedom                               Human trafficking
Immigration                                                                              Social Justice
Human Rights Legislation                                                      Human Rights and Globalization


Conference Registration Form


Poster Template



Giving an Effective Poster Presentation

 
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Poster Competition Judging


Each poster will be judged by a panel of conference track chairs. An iPad mini will be awarded to the 1st place student poster.
 
Presenting a poster at the Human Rights Conference is a perfect opportunity for students to hone their communication skills and network with their future colleagues.
 
If you have any Questions about the process or submitting an abstract please contact:
 

Suvayan De, Ph.D. or C. Damien Arthur, Ph.D.
Student Track Co-Chairs
WVSU's College of Business and Social Sciences
1st Floor Hill Hall

darthur2@wvstateu.edu or sde@wvstateu.edu
Phone: 304-766-3180
 
Each accepted poster must fit into a space of 4 feet by 4 feet. Students are responsible for printing their own posters. The following links will give some examples


https://phdposters.com/prices.php#prices
http://www.scientificposterprint.com/



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