The 13th Annual Graduate Student Conference held Saturday April 13 at 8:00am to 6:00pm at the University of Rhode Island is a day of interdisciplinary scholarship. Graduate Students from all disciplines and a plethora of universities will come together to discuss some pressing contemporary challenges, questions, and solutions.
This event will include a Keynote presentation by Dr. Solomon Friedberg, James P. McInytre Professor of Mathematics at Boston College and a Plenary Panel which will discuss the benefits and potential challenges of interdisciplinary work in higher education. This plenary panel consists of four distinguished faculty from URI: Dr. Kathleen Davis (English), Dr. Amelia Moore, Dr. Joan Peckham, and Dr. Phillip Clark.
There will also be graduate student’s sharing their research papers, posters; and new to the conference this year is the reading of creative work by fiction writers and poets.
If you intend to come please email us at email@example.com to register. Send us your name and the name of any guest that will accompany you so we can create your name-tag. Sessions will be held at Swan Hall and the Gender & Sexuality Center.