The InSITE conference alumni often mention the conference as among the best organized and most supportive conference they have attended.
The conference begins with optional pre-conference networking opportunities that combine seeing the country, often with talks on country-specific topics of interest, with the hugely important chance to network with potential future research collaborators. The networking enables building the trust relationships needed to sustain long-distance research collaboration.
The conference itself combines tracks of presentations of research papers, plenary sessions that provide for keynote speakers and mini-workshops on topics related to your professional development.
The conference also includes two days workshops.
We proudly offer the opportunity for those without much experience in making research presentations (for example, doctoral students) to present their research in a supportive environment.
The Editors-in-Chief of ISI's journals look over the reviews and the revised submissions and select the best papers for publication in their journals using fast-tracking. Highest consideration for fast-tracking for publication in one of ISI journals will go to papers submitted to the conference by November 30. Official reviewing starts December 15. To be considered, at least one author must be a paid delegate to the conference.
All papers and abstracts by conference delegates that are accepted are published in the conference proceedings.
Boghikian-Whitby, Seta, College of Arts and Science
Giaimo-Ballard, Cindy, LaFetra College of Education
Marshall, Kevin, College of Law
McFarlin, Timothy, College of Law
Meek, Jack, College of Business and Public Management
Mortagy, Yehia, College of Business and Public Management