Research Publication Opportunities

You are cordially invited to submit a Proposal to the
Southwest Teaching & Learning Conference
April 4-5, 2014
Hosted By:

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Texas A&M University-San Antonio
One University Way
San Antonio, TX 78224 

Conference website: 
2014 Conference themes: Teaching & Learning:  A Collaborative Approach

We welcome proposals for the 2014 Southwest Teaching & Learning Conferences (SWTLC), sponsored by Texas A&M University-San Antonio (TAMU-SA). We invite proposals from any field including, but not limited to: Business, Education, Arts & Sciences, as well as technical and vocational programs. While our primary emphasis is on college and university teaching and learning, we welcome proposals from all scholars. Our conference aims to facilitate a discussion of the particular issues associated with educating traditionally underserved student populations. This year’s focus is on technology in the classroom to enhance the teaching and learning process. We hope to bring together scholars from not only the Southwest region of the United States, but also from around the country. We invite you to share the knowledge and wisdom you have gained through your own research and inquiry.Together, we can extend educational opportunities not only to students, but also faculty, scholars, administrators, and others involved in teaching and learning. 

The Call for Proposals will be posted to the conference website by November 15 of each year. Deadline for submissions is January 20th of the following year. Proposals in a variety of formats will be accepted including:

• Research Papers
• Panel Presentations
• Poster Sessions
• Teacher/Classroom Workshops

Publication Opportunity: Full papers presented at the Conference will be considered for publication in the Southwest Teaching and Learning Journal

For additional information, please contact: 

Conference Chair

Journal Editor-in-Chief

Dr. Tracy A. Hurley
Dean, College of Business
(210) 784-2300
Dr. Josephine Sosa-Fey 
Director of Graduate Studies
(210) 784-2323