PCSJ Inaugural Conference FAQ
- Can I submit more than one proposal?
- When do you anticipate sending acceptances or rejections?
- Do I have to submit a proposal to register for the conference?
- What is the registration deadline?
- When do I need to submit the full paper?
- Do you offer sponsorships or scholarships?
- Are there any virtual options to present and/or attend?
- Do presenters need to register, even if my proposal has been accepted?
- I’m on a panel. Do I need to register?
- How long will I have to present?
- Do I have to have a Power Point (or something similar)?
- I’ve had my proposal accepted and I’ve registered. What do I do now?
- We’ll soon be sending a draft program and schedule (anticipated Spring 2023). Watch this space!
- Double check that your proposal abstract, name, email and institutional affiliation are all EXACTLY as you wish them to be. This is how they will appear in the program.
- Do I have to have a Ph.D. to attend or present?
Yes, each person can submit up to 2 proposals on the PCSJ website. Click the “Submit Proposal” button on our webpage (also on the righthand menu).
We plan to begin reviewing proposals early April (the new extended deadline is March 31) and hope to send out acceptances early Spring 2023.
No! You are welcome to register just to attend.
The deadline is September 15, 2023. You can register and pay here on our conference website.
This is not required. If you wish to submit a full, publishable version of your presentation for review and consideration for our Journal, please feel free to submit here. Note that the conference proposal submission and the Journal article submission are separate processes.
While we would love to be able to do so, not at this time.
Yes, there are some limited virtual options for both presenters and attendees. We will be using NSU’s Zoom account.
Yes, all presenters need to register. If two people are co-presenting, both need to register separately. This helps us plan for food and space.
Yes, all panelists individually need to register. This helps us ensure that you receive all of the information you’ll need.
Each individual presenter should have about 20 minutes.
No, this is not required. You’re welcome to use PPT, or other software. Presenters will use the “share screen” feature if they are virtual.
No, this is not required, though we cannot guarantee anyone acceptance of their proposal. Scholars/academics, professionals in the field, and students are all most welcome to submit a proposal, or just to attend.