Call for Abstracts, Papers, & Posters
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The University of Georgia, Hugh Hodgson School of Music

Call for Abstracts, Papers, & Posters
Meeting Title: 
2017 Michigan Music Conference Research Symposium & Poster Session
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Date(s) of Meeting:
January 19 (Symposium) & 20 (Poster Session), 2017
Two research events will be held: (a) the Seventh Annual Research Symposium (Thursday, January 19) and (b) the “Meet the Authors” Research Poster Session (Friday, January 20). 
Types of Submissions Sought:
Submissions for the Research Symposium may include (a) completed papers or (b) round-table presentations of research in progress. Posters may include completed research, reviews of literature, or research in progress. Authors submitting papers or round-table presentations may also apply for the poster session.
Topics Sought:
Any topic related to music teaching and learning is eligible for submission. 
Submission Information:
FOR PAPER PRESENTATION (at Symposium, Thursday, January 19)
Submit completed research paper including references and an abstract of no more than 300 words. The research may be of any type as long as it relates to music education. Reviews of research will not be considered for paper presentation. All accepted papers are welcomed and encouraged to present at the poster session on Friday, January 20.

FOR ROUND-TABLE DISCUSSIONS (at Symposium, Thursday, January 19)
Research must be in progress. Reviews of research will be considered. Authors will briefly present their work and receive feedback from symposium attendees. Submit a description of the research not exceeding 500 words. All accepted round-table presentations are welcomed and encouraged to present at the poster session on Friday, January 20.

FOR POSTER PRESENTATION (at “Meet the Authors”, Friday, January 20)
Submit an abstract that does not exceed 300 words. All posters accepted for presentation will be displayed on tables and must be freestanding. Works in progress and reviews of literature WILL be considered for poster presentation. Authors submitting papers or round-table presentations to the Symposium are welcomed and encouraged to submit for the poster session as well.

All submissions must adhere to the NAfME Research Publication/Presentation Code of Ethics available at

All presenters and attendees must be members of NAfME/State Affiliate or one of the MMC sponsoring organizations and register for the conference. Out of state submissions are welcomed! Symposium participants must register for the Pre-conference Symposium (Members: $20.00; Students, $5.00), which is in addition to the full conference on the registration form.  
Deadline for Submissions:
Send submissions to Dr. Phillip Hash at by Friday, November 4, 2016. Please indicate submission type(s) for which you are applying (paper, roundtable, and/or poster). Authors will receive a submission confirmation by Monday, November 7, and notification of reviewers’ decision by Monday, November 28, 2016. 
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Contact Information:
Dr. Phillip Hash (
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