Monday, October 29, 2007

Doctoral Consortium: replanting the garden

Hey, I like the title, esp. when I recall the metaphor of "eating our seed corn" a few years ago during the dot-com boom -- the annual SIGCSE Doctoral Consortium always gets rave reviews from both participants and discussants, and the deadline for application is just a week away, click here for more information, and/or contact Josh and Donald directly.

From Josh, the aims of the Doctoral Consortium are:
  • To offer a friendly forum for students to discuss their work and receive constructive feedback so as to advance each student's research.
  • To provide relevant information on issues important to doctoral candidates.
  • To nurture a community of researchers in computing education.
The Consortium is designed for students currently enrolled in a Ph.D. program. The Consortium allows participants to interact with established university researchers in computing education (the discussants) and with other PhD students, and to reflect -- through short activities, information sessions, and discussions -- on the process and lessons of research and life in academia.


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