• 2022 PEQG Conference - Population, Evolutionary, and Quantitative Genetics

    The 2022 Population, Evolutionary, and Quantitative Genetics Conference promotes cross-disciplinary exchange between researchers doing theoretical and experimental work in these broad fields.

  • 2022 Rustgi Undergraduate Conference on South Asia - University at Buffalo, SUNY

    The University at Buffalo, SUNY, is proud to hold its fourth annual Rustgi Undergraduate Conference on South Asia. We invite papers on the theme of “(Mis)information,” which may be interpreted broadly in its social or political sense. The echoes of misinformation ring in all our ears today as we interact with information endlessly. Regardless of whether it is inadvertent or purposeful, the spread of misinformation has affected how we communicate and process “truths” in our world. The 2021 Rustgi conference will feature a keynote lecture from novelist, essayist, and journalist Dr. Michael Muhammad Knight, Assistant Professor in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Central Florida. As a scholar, Knight has explored misinformation by contending with prominent descriptions of Islam in media, dissecting concepts of religious othering both within and outside of the Muslim community. His works include The Taqwacores, Why I Am a Five Percenter, and Magic in Islam. We welcome undergraduate participants studying South Asia from all disciplines to submit proposals, preferably but not necessarily working on any topic relating to the theme. Possible topics of discussion include: -Censorship (of journalism and activist voices) -Role of information in religious conflicts -Disinformation -Digital literacy -Institutions that diffuse information -Determinants of beliefs arising from information -Future of misinformation -Ethics of information dissemination This list of suggestions is by no means exhaustive. We encourage papers that explore sociopolitical issues, communities, or theories stemming from under-represented perspectives. We shall organize panels around presentations addressing similar issues that draw from various disciplinary perspectives, including the social sciences, natural sciences, engineering, management, humanities, fine arts, and others. Please visit to submit proposals. Format The conference will be held on Friday, April 29 and Saturday, April 30, 2022. Student presenters should plan for 15-minute presentations. Each panel will include 30 minutes for discussion. Though the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic may require the conference organizers to shift the conference online, we have every hope of holding the event in person. Deadline Proposals, including 250-word abstracts and the contact information of a faculty supervisor, must be submitted via the online submissions portal ( by Sunday, February 20, 2022. When submitting abstracts, applicants must affirm that they will be enrolled as undergraduate students at the time of the conference. Those in graduate programs or not currently enrolled in an undergraduate program will not be permitted to present. The organizers reserve the right to confirm student status with their advisor and home institution. Funding and Accommodations We are able to provide a limited number of presenters with a travel subvention of up to US$200. Accepted participants who attend in person will also be provided with shared hotel accommodations. The University at Buffalo cannot provide any additional assistance or guidance to international applicants seeking entry into the United States. Inquiries Please contact for more information about the conference. To view past conference programs, please visit - - - The fourth annual Rustgi South Asian Undergraduate Research Conference is made possible by a generous gift from the families of Dr. Vinod Rustgi and Dr. Anil Rustgi as well as funding from the University at Buffalo Baldy Center for Law and Social Policy, UB Community for Global Health Equity, UB Humanities Institute, and UB Office of International Education.

  • Conference on Latin American and Iberian Studies - Lee University

    The conference focuses primarily on the languages, literatures, and cultures of Latin America and Spain; however, interdisciplinary submissions will also be accepted from related areas including Service Learning, Cross-Cultural Experiences, foreign language methodology, and others. Abstracts and papers may be submitted in English, Portuguese, Spanish or French.

  • DEI in Disability Services - Developmental Disabilities Network Journal

    Our Fall 2022 issue will be dedicated to articles that explore diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) within disability-related programs across the U.S. states and territories. We are interested in all facets of this topic, welcoming abstracts that explore all aspects of DEI within the context of the lived experience of persons with disabilities, their families, and the communities in which they live – in states, territories, and tribal nations. This may include and is not limited to 1) multiple cultural identities, 2) race, ethnicity, and languages spoken, 3) intersectionality, 4) structural racism, ableism, and other forms of discrimination and marginalization, 5) communities impacted by historical trauma, 6) resource limitations in communities disproportionately impacted by disparities in supports and services, and 7) power differentials between research intuitions, persons with the lived experience of IDD, and communities. We need to know not only the problems, but also solutions that the DD Network is bringing to the table, such as the role of cultural and linguistic competence in advancing DEI.

  • Environmental Science and Technology - ACS Axial

    Public health, particularly its environmental dimensions, is at the forefront of the public and scientific conscience during the current COVID-19 pandemic. This moment is critical to ensuring preparedness against other public health threats, especially antimicrobial resistance (AMR). The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that the U.S. population is afflicted with 2.8 million antibiotic-resistant infections each year. The O’Neill report, commissioned by the U.K. government, predicts that deaths due to AMR will surpass those due to cancer by 2050. This Special Issue from Environmental Science & Technology will focus on contributions that advance new knowledge and address key knowledge gaps related to AMR in the environment.

  • First Bouma Conference - Society for Sedimentary Geology

    For the upcoming 20 - 22 of April 2022 virtual meeting we invite abstracts focusing on front-line advances in deepwater sedimentology including research of modern environments, process stratigraphy, flow processes, fluxes in submarine canyons, and applied uses of deep water sedimentology.

  • IMAGE 2022 - International Meeting for Applied Geoscience and Energy

    You are invited to submit abstracts for IMAGE 2022 on the following topics. Take advantage of the unique opportunity to share your case studies, technological advancements, and research discoveries with the world's leading assembly of applied geophysicists, thought leaders, and technical experts from around the world.

  • Innovations in Science Diplomacy - Journal of Science Policy and Governance

    The Journal of Science Policy & Governance (JSPG) and the Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy (STEaPP) at University College London (UCL) are pleased to launch a call for papers focused on the latest policy developments and issues in science diplomacy, on Innovations in Science Diplomacy: Structures, Policies & Governance for the New Decade. Students, postdocs, policy fellows, early career researchers and young professionals from around the world are invited to submit op-eds, policy memos, policy analyses and other articles addressing issues at the intersection of science and diplomacy. Submission deadline: April 3, 2022.

  • International Conference on Social Media and Society - International Conference on Social Media and Society

    The 2022 International Conference on Social Media & Society (#SMSociety) invites scholarly and original submissions that relate to the broad theme of Social Media & Society. We welcome both quantitative and qualitative work which crosses interdisciplinary boundaries and expands our understanding of the current and future trends in social media research.

  • International Symposium of NALMS - North American Lake Management Society

    Leveraging Experience to Manage Diverse Lakes, Landscapes, and People November 14-17, 2022 in Minneapolis, Minnesota There will be technical workshops all day Monday, November 14. Beginning Tuesday, November 15, three days of presentations will be organized into themed tracks and sessions. We encourage oral and poster presentations on any aspect of lake and reservoir management.

  • Nanophotonics for Chemical Imaging and Spectroscopy - Journal of Physical Chemistry

    The Journal of Physical Chemistry will publish a Virtual Special Issue on “Nanophotonics for Chemical Imaging and Spectroscopy.” Research areas of particular interest include: - Nanoparticle-molecule interactions in the context of ultrasensitive detection and chemical fingerprinting - The interplay between molecules and plasmons and strong light-matter coupling - Fundamentals of light-matter interactions at atomic scales - Visualizing low-dimensional quantum materials on the nano and femto scales - New approaches to monitoring chemical reactivity on the nanoscale - New approaches to visualizing plasmonic fields on the nano and femto scales - Plasmon enhanced/induced chemical transformation: far-field spectroscopy to nanoscale mapping

  • New Visions for Teaching Chemistry Laboratory - Journal of Chemical Education

    In recent years, there has been renewed interest in revitalizing the chemistry teaching laboratory with a focus on inquiry-based explorations. The Journal of Chemical Education announces a call for papers for an upcoming special issue to describe innovations related to inquiry-based teaching in the chemistry laboratory and education research on how laboratory teaching practices influence what and how students learn.

  • Pharmaceutical Microbiology Conference 2022 - Parenteral Drug Association

    The Program Planning Committee encourages you to submit an abstract for a podium or poster presentation at the 2022 PDA Pharmaceutical Microbiology Conference. Case studies are particularly desired.

  • Problematizing Whiteness in Public Administration Theory - Administrative Theory and Praxis

    Critical whiteness scholarship unveiling the white racial identity is regularly published in the fields of education, sociology, psychology, nursing, social work, and the law. In this special issue, we are calling for papers that examine this whiteness and expose the white-centered epistemologies around which public administration and policy have been theorized in this journal and across the field. Papers may respond to the following prompts or focus on other ways of revealing and problematizing whiteness in public administration theory.

  • Race and Racism Beyond the Spectacular - Society for Classical Studies

    This issue of TAPA intends to be a catalyst for transformative ideas regarding the reality of race and racism within all aspects of Greek and Roman Studies. We seek contributions that analyze and critically engage phenomena which have been considered unrelated to race, have been so familiar as to remain un-critiqued as spectacular, have not yet been brought to light, or that have tended to be avoided for being too disruptive of the disciplinary status quo. Rather than cordon off advances from other branches of scholarship, this issue welcomes reflections on Classical Studies from other disciplines.

  • Reckoning with the Past: Naming Memorializing and Remembering - PCB-AHA Annual Meeting

    Panels or papers might consider the naming or renaming of public spaces, the destruction or construction of monuments, or the creation or elimination of national holidays. We especially invite panels and papers that consider the relationship between memorialization and quests for legal justice and economic reparations for survivors; conflicts over historical curriculum in public education; generational trauma; and struggles for sovereignty and self-determination.

  • Reed Undergraduate Journal of Existentialism - St. Olaf College

    The Reed is an undergraduate philosophy journal about Existentialism published by St. Olaf students. Its purpose is to encourage undergraduates to participate in a constructive discourse about Existential thought and scholarship. It accepts submissions during the winter and is printed in late spring.

  • Tezhib Academic Journal - Habib University

    Tezhib Academic Journal accepts original papers based on primary research, secondary research, and literary analyses. We are a digital publication that aspires to include diverse forms of knowledge and is open to submissions in multivarious mediums. Some of the fields the journal’s scope extends to include, comparative literature, religion and philosophy, political economy, public health, political science, history and postcolonial analysis, arts informed research, computational social science and systems analysis.

  • Thinking in Systems: Designing for Sustainable Use - ACS Green Chemistry Institute

    This conference will accept abstracts that span the breadth and depth of green and sustainable chemistry and engineering topics. While a wide variety of green chemistry and engineering topics are covered in the technical program each year, the thematic focus on the stages of the chemical life cycle is intended to challenge the green and sustainable chemistry and engineering communities to move towards a systems thinking approach that will help advance sustainable production and the circular economy.

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