In 1984, The First All-University Conference on the Advancement of Women in Academia was held. This conference occurs each Spring on the campus of Texas Tech University. A local, state and national call for papers is sent out each year to help promote academic research. Over the year's the theme of the conference has merged with present day discourse of examining the cultural and social construction of gender, exploring the history, experiences and contributions of women to society, and studying the influences of gender on the lives of women and men. Read more information on the history of the conference here.
A How-To Workshop for Getting Your Proposal Ready to Submit
Each year the Women's Studies Program host workshops to help students discuss potential submissions to the conference. Faculty, Staff and Student panelists are on hand to answer questions and provide feedback. Read more about our conference prep workshops.
Contact Tricia Earl ( email@example.com), Women's Studies Coordinator, to volunteer.