Administrative Issues Journal
Administrative Issues Conference 2012
The Administrative Issues Conference will be a two day event held every fall. It will be hosted at the Embassy Suites in Norman, Oklahoma on a October 4th and 5th. The conference will provide a platform to present and discuss challenges pertaining to contemporary administrative issues.
Administrative Issues Journal- Academic Conference
The theme for the 2012 AIJ Conference is “Seizing Opportunities.” During our brainstorming, we explored the potential interpretations of this broad theme. Individuals involved in teaching may want to explore the theme in terms of seizing opportunities for their students and for their universities, as well as for publishing their academic research, while individuals involved in the work force might consider how they seize opportunities for their businesses, their employees, and their clients or customers. Other possibilities not unique to teachers and/or administrators include envisioning opportunities for obtaining funding (especially in today’s economy), advancing in one’s personal career, achieving and/or maintaining a healthy work/life balance, or seizing opportunities for the community.
Although this is by no means an exhaustive list of the opportunities that can be explored, it should provide an idea of what may be appropriate topics for presentations at the Conference. Furthermore, presentations are not limited only to the seizing of opportunities; proposals on other topics may be submitted, as well. We hope you will join us for the first annual AIJ conference and submit your own experiences on “Seizing Opportunities.”
Conference Submission & Registration
Length and Format
Submissions for the AIJ Academic Conference shall consist of an abridged paper of no more than 5 pages in length (references and tables not included). The paper should be accompanied with an abstract and a biography of all the authors involved. The papers are to be double spaced and should follow APA 6th edition guidelines. Failure to follow APA 6th edition guidelines could result in rejection of the paper. Once submitted, papers will be subjected to an in-house double-blind review process to determine if they are suitable for the conference. Authors will be notified of the decision regarding their paper by August 15th.
Submission and Registration
Presenters: Submission for papers to be considered for presentation at the Annual Academic Conference, need to be submitted via the Conference Submission Form no later than July 31, 2012. If you receive notification of acceptance (or if you have already been accepted for publication in the Journal) you will then complete the Conference Registration Form and make the appropriate payment via check or PayPal. Registration must be completed and paid for no later than September 30th, 2012.
Attendees: Please fill out the Conference Registration Form. Registration must be completed and paid for via check or PayPal no later than September 30th, 2012.
Registrations will not be accepted after September 30th. No refunds will be issued after September 15. Someone may be sent in your place, but you will not be refunded any portion of the registration fee after September 15.
Dr. Tami Moser, Editor-in-Chief
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Weatherford, OK 73096
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