*Find information about the 2017 conference here*
The Communication Graduate Student Conference Association hosts an annual graduate communication conference each spring semester. It aims to provide Purdue graduate students with research interests in or related to communication the opportunity to present and receive feedback on their research.
The conference theme is announced each fall along with a call for submissions. The conference invites individual paper presentations for both completed projects and works in progress, panels, and G.I.F.T.S. (Great Ideas For Teaching Students). All levels of research are welcomed at the conference, including 1st year master’s students to 4th year PhD students, in all disciplines.
For information on upcoming and past conferences, see below:
- 2016 – Communication Solving Problems: The Role of Applied Research in Communication
- 2015 – Openness and Innovation: Constituting the Core of Communication Across Disciplines
- 2014 – Engaging Communities: Communicative Approaches and Applications
- 2013 – Unifying Through Change: Connecting Diverse Approaches to Communication Research
- 2012 – Innovation in Communication Research: Looking Back and Thinking Forward
- 2011 – Communication in Context: How We Impact Our Environments
- 2010 – Intersections of Perspectives in Communication Scholarship (1st Annual)