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The Washington Consortium Student Research Conference is just days away!
See below for details of the location and program. For those who are
driving, there is an underground parking garage near the conference venue.
See you Saturday!

*
Dear Students/Presenters,

Once again, a warm welcome to the* 2024 Student Research Conference *organized
by the Washington Consortium for Comparative and International Education!
We are excited to see you this Saturday, February 10th at American
University!

   - Note 1: The Conference will take place on the 4th floor of Spring
   Valley Building at 4801 Massachusetts Avenue, NW. Washington, D.C. (This
   is not on American University’s main campus—it is ½ mile north on
   Massachusetts Ave.). The registration starts at *8:30 AM, *please plan
   to be there early!

Please find attached the following documents: 1) Conference Flyer, 2)
Conference Program-- two versions, and 3) Frequently Asked Questions. You
may also refer to the conference website to learn about the Tips for
Presenters: https://wcciet.gmu.edu/

   - Note 2: If you find *asterisks *next to your name in the program, this
   means you are the *panel chair*. Please read the *Tips for Panel
Chairs *document
   attached in this email.
   - Note 3: If you have any questions or concerns about *the program**,*
   please reach out to [log in to unmask]

Should you have any additional questions, please reach out to your faculty
members/staff at your institutions. Thank you and we look forward to seeing
you all on Saturday!

Sincerely,

2024 Graduate Student Research Conference Organizing Team
The Washington Consortium for Comparative and International Education



*“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, what are you doing for
others?” -Martin Luther King, Jr.*
[image: George Washington University Logo] <https://www.gwu.edu/>     *Jihae
Cha*
Assistant Professor of International Education
GW UNESCO Co-Chair in International Education for Development
Graduate School of Education and Human Development
The George Washington University

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