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Are you a student currently enrolled in a graduate TESOL program (or related field)?

If so, the Graduate Student Forums are for you! TESOL offer 2 different graduate forums: The Master's Student Forum and the Doctoral Research Forum.

These forums enable students to:

  • Share their research results, teaching ideas and experiences, and teaching materials
  • Meet and network with graduate students and faculty from other universities
  • Participate in the TESOL convention without having to compete with experienced professionals for time on the convention program
  • Gain experience organizing a conference, adjudicating proposals, and other professional activities

Master's Student Forum

Tuesday, 12 March 2019

All full-time and part-time students enrolled in graduate programs leading to a master's degree in TESOL (or related fields) at any institution of higher learning are encouraged to attend!

Registration

Registration fee includes lunch.
 

Early: 1 Feb

Advance: 1 Mar

After ​1 Mar

Registration Fee

$​50

$50

$50

You do not have to register for the full TESOL convention to attend the forum, but you do have to register for this event through the convention registration form.​ 

Doctoral Research Forum

Tuesday, 12 March 2019

This forum allows doctoral students ​to discuss their dissertation research with each other and with experienced TESOL researchers and educators. The forum ​is comprised of paper and poster sessions on doctoral research and presentations on hot topics related to doctoral research.

Registration

Registration fee includes lunch.
 

Early: 1 Feb

Advance: 1 Mar

After ​1 Mar

Registration Fee

$50

$​50

$50

You do not have to register for the full TESOL convention to attend the forum, but you do have to register for this event through the convention registration form.​ 

Program Book

Click HERE to download the program book for the Master's Student Forum and the Doctoral Research Forum. 

Want to Present Next Year?

Read the submission guidelines for the Doctoral Research Forum and the Master's Student Forum