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Michael Albers <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 15 Apr 2009 07:01:29 -0400
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Each year, SIGDOC conducts a competition for the "Best Graduate Student" 
paper submission. Graduate students in fields related to the design of 
communication are invited to submit papers for consideration by the 
Graduate Competition Committee. The paper should describe empirical 
research or research-supported theory in an area of study relevant to 
SIGDOC members.

The competition for the 2009 SIGDOC conference in Bloomington, IN, USA 
on October 5-7, 2009 is accepting submissions. For more conference 
details: The competition winner 

* Subsidized travel and registration for the SIGDOC conference

* Paper published in the conference proceedings

* A featured time slot at the conference to present your research

To enter the competition, submit your completed paper formatted 
according to the guidelines in the call for papers ( Discuss your main 
points, the evidence that you use to support your claims, and the 
significance of your claims for the field. The paper will be evaluated 
as both a competition entry and a regular SIGDOC paper submission. Send 
your submission to the graduate competition chair, Michael Albers, 
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This is a competition designed to recognize and reward high quality 
graduate student work. A submitted paper will also be considered for 
acceptance as a regular SIGDOC paper.

Important dates
May 20, 2009  Graduate competition paper due.
June 10, 2009  Authors will be notified of competition outcome.
June 20, 2009  Final versions of paper is due
October 5-7, 2009  SIGDOC conference

Dr. Michael J. Albers
Professional Writing
2110 Bate Building
East Carolina University
Greenville NC 27858

Dr. Michael J. Albers
Professional Writing
2110 Bate Building
East Carolina University
Greenville NC 27858

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