Formatted as mini conferences, the PhD Research Workshops provide a forum for students to present their research and receive feedback from faculty and students.
These workshops are a great way to meet fellow students and faculty, grow your research ideas, and prepare yourself for greater challenges. Participants are encouraged to present working papers, future conference presentations, research project results, or prepare for job talks or a dissertation defense.
WebEx is available for remote attendees.
Each workshop has 2-3 slots for presentations. Sign up here. (URL: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfiCLyul-d11wveDY7FMKnSol0_OVBHlRxXYIm_nWjiuzgSew/viewform)
Open to Schar School PhD students at any stage or program. Students in earlier stages of the doctoral program are encouraged to participate as presenters, discussants, or audience members. Refreshments provided in Arlington.
For further information, contact Abu Bakkar Siddique at email@example.com or Neslihan Kaptanoglu at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Association for Policy PhD Students (APPS) is a student-run initiative established in 2013 with the purpose of providing professional and intellectual support for doctoral students at George Mason University’s Schar School of Policy and Government. APPS represents all Schar School PhD students in all programs.
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APPS Website: http://apps.gmu.edu/