Marvalene Hughes Research in Education Conference

Join us for the Marvalene Hughes Research in Education Conference on Friday, March 31, 2023! The conference schedule will be available soon.

The Marvalene Hughes Research in Education Conference is an annual event where students and faculty within the College of Education present their work to a wider audience. The purpose of the Hughes Education Conference is to raise and address issues related to research and grant possibilities within the College of Education and to facilitate collaboration within and across departments to promote research initiatives. During the conference, the participating faculty and Robert M. Gagné Research Prize finalists give PowerPoint presentations, and graduate students present their work during the poster session. Participants receive financial support to present their research at an outside regional, national, or international conference. Breakfast and lunch are served on the day of the conference. 

Furthermore, the Hughes committee works with the Associate Dean for Research to raise awareness of research initiatives and grant opportunities within the college that may be of interest to faculty in the college. Please contact the faculty representative from your home department with any questions. 

How to Apply:

If you are interested in participating in the Marvalene Hughes conference and receiving financial support, please read the guidelines carefully and submit your application through Qualtrics. If you have any questions regarding the application form, please contact Juhee Kim. If you have any questions regarding the Marvalene Hughes Conference, please contact Gillian Gregory.

 

About the Title Sponsor: 

Dr. Marvalene Hughes is a distinguished alumna of the College, where she earned her Ph.D. in Counseling and Administration. She is also a Florida State University Grad Made Good recipient. She previously served in a number of teaching and administrative positions at major research universities, including university president positions at Dillard University and California State University, Stanislaus. Dr. Hughes has engaged in research and published widely in the fields of education, human behavior, diversity, and organizational management. She also has been actively involved, nationally and internationally, in professional associations. Her generous support of this event is an illustration of her commitment to higher education and her vision for creating partnerships that advance the common good. The Marvalene Hughes Research in Education Conference is an annual event that showcases the work of COE faculty and graduate students. The first CORE Conference was held in 2007. In 2009, Dr. Marvalene Hughes began co-sponsoring the event, and generously continues to do so.