Grad students invited to share work at annual Conference in Education

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A banner promoting the theme "re:" for the Grad Student Conference
The theme of the York University Graduate Student Conference in Education is “re:”

York University graduate students are invited to present their creative and scholarly works in a collaborative, professional and welcoming environment during the 18th annual York University Graduate Student Conference in Education, March 24 to 26.

This year’s event will be offered in a hybrid format, with virtual and in-person sessions (pending changing COVID regulations), and will highlight the theme “re:.” As society moves toward a re-opening, the theme invites presenters and attendees to explore the preposition re: as an intersection of pasts, presents and futures as we re-imagine and re-consider our ‘re’sponsibility as researchers, educators, scholars, storytellers, makers and creators.

Graduate students interested in submitting proposals for the conference should do so by Feb. 9 at 11:59 p.m.

For more information on the call for submissions, or on the conference theme, visit the conference website. Questions can be directed to the conference committee by emailing