Journal of Transdisciplinary Engagement 2019 Spring Academic Journal
All JoTE2019 Poster Submissions Will Be Reviewed and Considered for Publication in the
Journal of Transdisciplinary Engagement Summer 2019 Issue
JoTE2019 Spring Conference
Editors Will Extend Invitation to Submit Manuscript in May, 2019
JoTE2019 Publication Summer/Winter
JoTE2019: Journal of Transdisciplinary Engagement
New Port Richey campus
Presented by Dean of Academics and General Education and General Studies
Open to KU-NPR Students, Faculty, Alumni
The Journal of Transdisciplinary Engagement is a biannual journal highlighting students’ engagement in qualitative and/or quantitative research, creativity and innovation, social and scientific explorations, literary essays, both fiction and nonfiction, human health narratives and conversations, and methodological and disciplinary perspectives concerning criminal justice, business, and legal studies.
Deadline for submission is Monday, March 18, by 11:59 p.m.
All poster presentations must be original. The following session type is welcome:
- Posters (less formal sharing of ideas and work)--presenters' conceptual belief or research is displayed on a poster; these sessions last for 120 minutes and may provide opportunities for individualized and informal discussions
In order to be considered, all proposals must adhere to the following guidelines:
- Title - 12 words or less
- Abstract - 75 words or less (used for the conference program if accepted)
- Keywords - 5 words/phrases or less
- Proposal - 500 words or less (the reference list does not necessarily have to be included in the word count)
- Please request proposal template for editor or co-editor. A PDF or Word document of the full proposal must be attached to the submission.
- The proposal MUST have the following rubric components: participant engagement and innovation and relevancy.
Conference Proposal Rubric
Does Not Meet
The proposal mentions but does not clearly describe how the audience will engage through interactive participation.
The proposal lacks interactive audience participation beyond question/answer at the end.
Innovation and Relevancy
The proposal represents a topic that is research- or practice-based and relevant to the fields of study. The topic is not current, innovative, and/or contributive to the field.
The proposal does not show relevancy to the fields of study, is not research- or practice-based, and does not contribute to any of the fields of study.
The proposal contains an overall purpose/theme that matches with the conference call for proposals.
The proposal contains an overall purpose/theme, but loosely matches with the conference call for proposals.
The title is interesting and inviting. It clearly references the information that will be discussed in the presentation.
The title provides general information regarding the topic of the conference; the title is not engaging or inviting.
The proposal is written in an appropriate tone for a scholarly journal.
The proposal is in an inappropriate tone for a scholarly journal, and has limited or no command of conventions.
The submission guidelines have not been followed BUT no identifiers are present.
The submission guidelines have not been followed. Identifiers have been included. The proposal cannot be accepted.
Qualitative and/or quantitative research
All Submissions Will Be Reviewed and Considered for Publication in the Journal of Transdisciplinary Engagement Summer 2019 Issue
(for general inquiries):
Andrea Brvenik, Academic Dean; ; Keiser University, Department of General Education and General Studies, New Port Richey, FL.
Erica Newport, Editor & Founder; ; Keiser University, Department of General Education and General Studies, New Port Richey, FL.
Carolyn Kaufmann, Co-Editor; ; Keiser University, Department of General Education and General Studies, New Port Richey, FL.
Dushyant Gosai, Guest Editor; ; Keiser University, Department of Business and Accounting, New Port Richey, FL.