Grand Plans and Great Expectations
Final Deadline (rolling acceptance for submissions): February 24th
Special BEA2020 opportunity for graduate students only!
Join us at BEA2020 with your in-progress thesis, dissertation, or other fresh research.
Master’s and Ph.D. Students: Spring is the season to complete theses, dissertations, and program-culminating video, film, multimedia, or online portfolio (capstone) projects. This is an opportunity for you to join us at BEA 2020 to present a digital poster describing your work.
BEA invites your abstracts for a unique, competitive presentation opportunity. The BEA convention is April 18-21. The digital poster session is Tuesday, April 21.
We invite graduate students only to submit work. Research perspectives and methods, and creative media approaches are wide open. Your in-depth research or creative work should demonstrate quality and effort appropriate to your academic level. BEA research and creative production scholars are on site to review and critique your work.
SUBMISSIONS: It’s an easy three-step process
1) Create a separate cover page with:
Title of Submission
Your Email address
Faculty adviser name and email address
2) Provide your submission in abstract form, maximum of 500 words (2 pages)
Include the title of your submission
Do not include your name
3) Email a PDF of your work these two email addresses:
Graduate student authors of select projects will be invited to the BEA2020 Annual Convention April 18-21. The lead author will be expected to attend and present the work on Tuesday, April 21.
Deadline for submissions: Monday, February 24