The regional conferences begin next month and there are a number of opportunities for graduate students! For those grad students who haven’t attended, each region hosts a shorter conference (Friday-Sunday with main day being Saturday) in the spring, sometimes at a university or at a local venue. The format is similar to the larger annual conference, and this year, the sessions that graduate students may be interested in include rapid fire and poster session events for presenting research as well as panels and presentations! Please help spread the word to other grad students about attending the regional conferences!
The information for each conference is summarized below and will be updated with website links as well as sessions of specific interest to the gradSWE community.
|A||February 20-22, 2015||Stockton, CA||San Joaquin Valley and University of the Pacific sections|
|B||February 27-March 1, 2015||San Luis Obispo, CA||Cal Poly San Luis Obispo|
|C||February 6-8, 2015||Austin, Texas||University of Texas at Austin|
|D||March 27-29, 2015||Cookeville, TN||Tennessee Tech|
|E||February 20‐22, 2015||Philadelphia, PA||Drexel University at the Marriott|
|F||February 28-March 1, 2015||Boston, MA||Wentworth Institute of Technology|
|G||February 6-8, 2015||Morgantown, WV||West Virginia University|
|H||March 6-7, 2015||South Bend, IN||University of Notre Dame|
|I||February 27-28, 2015||Kansas City, MO|
|J||April 10-12, 2015||Tri Cities, WA||Kennewick, Washington at Three Rivers Convention Center|