Long Island Social Science Conference
Friday, October 2, 2020, 8:30am – 4:30pm
Suffolk County Community College, Ammerman Campus
Babylon Student Center, 533 College Rd. Selden, NY 11784
Call for Papers, Discussants, and Presenters:
Teaching, Researching and Publishing in the
Social Sciences and Criminal Justice
The Long Island Social Science Conference facilitates meaningful discussion amongst college faculty from the downstate New York area. It provides an opportunity for practitioners from a variety of academic disciplines to present research, discuss pedagogy and build relationships with faculty from colleges across Long Island and the New York Metropolitan Area. Proposals for General Presentations, Idea Exchanges, or Round-table Discussions are welcome from faculty representing any academic discipline. This includes, but is not limited to: Sociology, Psychology, Anthropology, Geography, Economics, Urban Studies, Political Science, History, Philosophy, English and Criminal Justice.
While there is no general theme for this year’s conference, we welcome papers that would fit within one of the following topical strands: Innovative Pedagogy; Online Teaching; Research and Publishing; and, Sabbatical - Best Practices. Interested participants should feel free to submit proposals that highlight the work that they are doing within the classroom, across their college campuses, and within the professional/academic circles to which they belong.
Please submit submissions by 4/27/2020 to Neil Buffett, Conference Committee Chair at email@example.com
Neil Philip Buffett, PhD, Associate Professor of History, Suffolk County Community College, Conference Committee Chair