Jean-Paul Dionne Symposium

2024 Theme:  

Navigating Transitions: Developing Our Professional Identities

The Jean-Paul Dionne Symposium 2024 Organizing Committee is pleased to invite students to submit their research proposals.
We hope you will join us in this opportunity to get together!

Update: The deadline for submissions has been moved to Friday, January 12. Also, you don’t have to submit findings or conclusions to complete your submission.

This year, our theme, Navigating Transitions: Developing our Professional Identities, focuses our attention on the transitions we are all experiencing. Whether this means developing new professional identities, establishing academic connections in a post-COVID world, coming to grips with AI, or learning new ways to disseminate information, we are all adapting to a world changing at an increasingly dizzying pace.

How do we make sense of our transitions? What are we doing to note the changes that affect us?  What are the implications of living through transitions on the graduate student, teacher candidate, counselling intern, or health professional? Can we find the time to come together and talk about the changes we are all experiencing? What are the opportunities for research focusing on transitions?

We sincerely hope that this Symposium will provide you with opportunities to explore your developing professional identity. What do you have to say, what do you want to learn, what can we learn together?

Join us on March 7 & 8, 2024 as we transition together

*We encourage proposals related to our theme but will also consider other proposals related to education.  

To participate: submit a proposal by January 12th 2024 by clicking the button below!

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