Speakers Wanted: Call for Submissions for the 6th Annual Student Perspectives Conference


Want to present in the 2010 SPC? Abstracts for the 2010 SPC are now being accepted until February 22, 2010.

Please refer to the 2010 Abstract Submission Guide for more information.

Not sure what SPC is all about?

  • Occurs annually in March. This year it will be held March 19 and 20, 2010 at RDC.
  • Opportunity for students to showcase their work related to the Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Organized by students and faculty from the department of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Why you want to present in the 2010 SPC:

  • Polish your presentation skills
  • Show off to your family and friends
  • It looks good on your resume and/or grad school application
  • Supportive environment
  • Overall great experience

You may be thinking “Yeah right, I hate presentations” or “Why would I do this? I don’t even get marks for it”. So you hate presentations- this is a great chance to show your nerves who is boss. Plus, when you are the head of a massive multi-national conglomerate, you are going to have to speak in public. You might as well start your quest for world domination now.

Also, you may not get marks for this, but the experience is totally worth it. Besides looking good on your resume, it is also a great chance to perfect your presentation skills. So, although you may not be getting marks for your presentation, you always won’t lose any marks if you stumble over a line or two. It is an encouraging and supportive learning experience, one that you won’t regret participating in.

For more information on how you can participate in the 2010 SPC, contact Christina Verticchio.

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