Living, Loving, and Learning Today
The questions we seek to pursue at this conference are "what should we be paying attention to in modern relationships?"
Our keynote speaker, Emily Reimer-Barry, PhD, will be presenting a response to the HIV/AIDS problem we currently face, as well as offering thoughts on the exploding use of porn by young people.
We welcome you to submit both academic papers and creative works this year that fit within our theme.
You will be given 10-15 minutes to present your paper/thesis
A Q&A session will follow paper presentations; please be prepared to answer questions about your paper.
The purpose of this conference is to have students write, submit, and present papers focusing on theological inquiry into relationships, marriage, and sexuality. Both presenting and attending the conference offer valuable experience for students who are working with theological topics and research methods. Though preference will be given to papers that pertain to our chosen theme, other paper topics will be considered as well.
Please fill out the paper submission form (link above) then email your paper to the conference team at email@example.com as a MS Word document.
Please label your file with your name.
We are excited to announce this year we will be incorporating a creative arts portion to the conference. Please feel free to submit works of art, poetry, creative narrative projects, multi-media projects, dances, ect.
If you are interested in submitting a creative piece for the conference, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with a brief description of your piece.
Some things to consider while writing the paper:
1. What’s the point?
2. How to begin?
What NOT to read or reference:
MORE QUESTIONS? Ask a professor!!!!