Friday 9th March 2018
6th annual conference of the Houston Global Health Collaborative (HGHC)
March 9-10th, 2018 Jesse H Jones Graduate School Of Business, Houston, Texas
Abstract Submission Deadline: January 15, 2018. Notification by February 1, 2018. See HGHC Website
Early registration (ends January 5th): Student (all students/residents/fellows) - $25.00
Early registration (ends January 5th): Professionals - $70.00
Regular registration (ends March 3rd): Student (all students/residents/fellows) - $30.00
Regular registration (ends March 3rd): Professionals - $90.00
Late registration (ends March 10th): Student (all students/residents/fellows) - $35.00
Late registration (ends March 10th): Professionals - $100.00
The Houston Global Health Collaborative was born in recognition of the many impressive service, research, and educational opportunities within the Texas Medical Center (TMC) member institutions and across Houston. The collaborative desires to promote these efforts while expanding the possibilities for new ones, by connecting those interested in or actively pursuing global health research, service, and education.
You will hear inspiring stories of efforts to improve the health of the world’s most vulnerable people. You will learn what academic institutions within the TMC are doing to train tomorrow’s global health leaders. And you will discover the latest groundbreaking research findings by students and faculty, revealing new pathways to promote health and prevent disease in Houston and around the globe.
Wednesday 23rd May 2018
May 23-26, 2018 at the Marriott Wardman Park in Washington, DC, USA
The Graduate Student Caucus of the African Literature Association (GSCALA) invites graduate students to submit an abstract for the upcoming 44th Annual Conference of the African Literature Association, to be held May 23-26, 2018 at the Marriott Wardman Park in Washington, DC, USA. This year’s conference theme is “The Environments of African Literature.” The theme invites participants to address the multiple environments – physical, institutional, ideological, symbolic, discursive, cultural, and technological (among others) – that affect the production, dissemination and reception of African literature. We also invite papers which address the ways in which African literary texts reflect on such environments and the challenges and promises they present. However, papers on all other aspects of African and diasporic literature, art, and film are also welcome. For more information on the upcoming conference.
Please submit your abstract of up to 2000 characters (spaces included) for individual papers and/or panels by February 16, 2018.