Pi Sigma Alpha National Student Research Conference
Pi Sigma Alpha
The ninth annual Pi Sigma Alpha National Student Research Conference will take place Friday-Sunday, March 4-6, 2022 and is a fully-virtual event. The conference seeks to promote undergraduate student research, equip undergraduates with the tools they need to be successful in their future careers, and bring together students interested in political science from all over the country to connect and engage with one another. Please join us for this exciting event, which will provide a highly interactive forum for students to share their research, participate in professional development panels and workshops, and network with their student peers, as well as Pi Sigma Alpha alumni currently working in a range of settings.
Proposal Deadline: Friday, December 3, 2021 View conference website.
Small City And Regional Community
Center for the Small City/ University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Center for the Small City Announces The 23rd Conference on The Small City & Regional Community at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. March 23-24, 2022
Proposal Deadline: Tuesday, February 1, 2022 View conference website.
Building Infrastructure in Small Cities, Towns, & Rural Areas: Current Needs and Future Designs
This interdisciplinary, multi-level conference is soliciting various types of presentations— research papers, PowerPoint talks, roundtable discussions, technology demonstrations, etc. — related to infrastructure (broadly defined) in the small city, town, and rural area. Proposals on transportation, education, workforce development, health care, broadband, housing and land use, recreation, criminal justice, environmental sustainability, civic engagement, and others are welcomed. We encourage proposals from academic researchers, applied professionals, government officials & staff, non-profit & private sector persons, students and others.
The conference will be conducted virtually via zoom.