Conferences offer a great opportunity to showcase your research, network, stay up-to-date on your discipline and to develop yourself professionally. Many conferences accept submissions for papers and poster presentations with some also accepting student work.
This guide will update with relevant conferences to your discipline. If you are aware of any upcoming conferences that should be represented please contact the research librarian, Robert Alfis.
DBS financially supports attendance to present research at academic events / conferences. All staff interested in applying for event / conference funding must fill in the Conference Attendance Form in advance of the conference / event and then give this to their Head of Faculty to complete a Supporting Statement. The proposed abstract should be included in the application. Note that all conference attendance should have the applicant attending as representing DBS. Please note that only in exceptional circumstances can the committee approve more than €500 for an individual application. .
Event Date: 16th-17th July 2019
Location: Dún Laoghaire, Ireland
Submission Date: Closed
Registration Date: 31st May 2019
The World Congress on Education (WCE-2019) is an international refereed conference dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practices in education. The WCE-2019 promotes collaborative excellence between academicians and professionals from Education. The WCE-2019 main theme is Cross-Disciplinary Areas in Education.
The aim of World Congress on Education is to provide an opportunity for academicians and professionals from various educational fields with cross-disciplinary interests to bridge the knowledge gap, promote research esteem and the evolution of pedagogy. The WCE-2019 invites research papers that encompass conceptual analysis, design implementation and performance evaluation.
Event Date: 16th July
Location: University of Bedfordshire
Submission Date: 17th June
This conference is for anyone interested in enhancing the experiences of staff working in higher education through the application of innovative practices at all levels in higher education. At the conference you will have the opportunity to hear current research and good practice regarding the wellbeing of staff in higher education, and to connect with like-minded colleagues/change agents wishing to address the question of how can we support staff wellbeing.
Key speakers include: Professor Gail Kinman- University of Bedfordshire; Fabienne Vailes- University of Bristol and Vida Douglas- University of Hertfordshire. To be confirmed: UUK(TBC) and Dr Diana Beech, Policy Advisor to the Minister of State of Innovation, Science, Research and Innovation (TBC)
The conference will be split across the following themes: 1) Good practice to support staff wellbeing; 2) Research to enhance understanding of staff wellbeing; 3) Practical session to build flourishing communities in HE
Feedback on your submissions will be provided by 20th June 2019 (or shortly after). If you would like to contribute to this conference, please don’t forget to submit your abstract expression of interest.