Call for Proposals & Reviewers: Graduate Students of Language Virtual Conference – Feb 28

Posted by Temple University on February 15, 2022

Every year the Graduate Students of Language at Temple University (GSOLT) hosts a language, linguistics, and life conference. This graduate student-run conference is a forum for graduate and undergraduate students to present their research in a supportive environment conducive to professional and scholarly development. Our conference theme this year is Language, Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion, and we feature 13 strands including one specifically related to Language Teaching and Technology in the Time of COVID. This year, our conference will be completely virtual.

Proposal Submission and Reviewer Application Deadline: Monday Feb 28, 2022

Acceptance notification: March

Conference Date: Friday, April 22, 2022

Keynote Speakers:

  • Dr. Janire Zalbidea, Temple University
  • Dr. Jennifer Leeman, George Mason University

Interested in presenting?

We seek proposals for 20-minute oral paper presentations from graduate students, and posters from undergraduate students. We are also accepting proposals for 50-minute interactive workshops for teaching or research related tutorials. We encourage presentations in English, Spanish, Portuguese, or any other languages, but abstracts should be written in English.

How to submit your proposal? Please submit your proposals to our EasyChair platform.

Interested in reviewing proposals?

We also seek conference proposal reviewers who have experience in conference proposal review. Proposal authors are also eligible to apply to become a reviewer. We highly appreciate your expertise and support.

How to sign up to become a reviewer? Email us at to inform us you would like to be our proposal reviewer. Please include why you would make a great reviewer, and which strands you are interested in reviewing in your email. Once you are selected, we will reply to you to confirm with you!

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