Undergraduate and graduate students interested in presenting at the first annual SLU Global and Local Social Justice Conference, Friday, Feb. 18, can apply now.
The SLU Global and Local Social Justice Conference is a student conference for those interested in presenting their academic work about social justice topics, such as: understanding structures that expand or impede material welfare, racial and gender equality, individual human rights, peace, and other components of a just society, etc.
What types of presentations will take place at this conference?
Presentations that will be considered include: papers students have written for class, posters prepared for class or about internships participated in, and additional research projects completed in the topic.
Those interested in presenting at this conference must fill out the short abstract submission form by Friday, Feb. 4, to be considered and selected for participation:
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