Graduate Paper Competition

The graduate student paper competition is fully joint. A cash prize will be awarded to the top two papers/presentations. Students papers and oral presentations will be judged by three faculty members. In the past these sessions have had exceptionally good papers/presentations and we expect the same this year. The sessions are an excellent opportunity to see what the next crop of students are working on and will be contributing to the profession. Everyone is encouraged to sit in on a session or two.

Papers Accepted for Presentation

Students whose submissions are accepted for participation in the competition must ensure their memberships in their respective associations are current, and that they are registered for the conference no later than April 30.

Students must submit a final paper to James Richardson () by June 1st and Power Point slide presentations by June 12th.