International Conference on Interdisciplinary Research Studies (ICIRS)

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International Conference on Interdisciplinary Research Studies (ICIRS)
18th to 20th March 2016
Washington DC, United States of America

This global conference will serve as a meeting place for scholar practitioners, researchers, policy makers, and students engaged in research to exchange ideas on the challenges, opportunities, emerging trends, best practices, and innovative ideas in the fields of business, technology, and education.

The “International Conference on Interdisciplinary Research Studies” will be held at the George Washington University, Washington DC, USA March 17 – 20, 2016. The theme for the Spring ICIRS 2016 conference is “Bridging the Gap between Academic Research and Industry Practice” featuring full research papers, a doctoral symposium, panel discussions, and workshops in the areas of:

  • Business, Management, Leadership, Marketing, Human Resources
  • Education, Counseling, Higher Education Administration
  • Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Public Health, Health Sciences, Health Administration
  • Science, Technology, Engineering
  • Public Policy, Public Administration,
  • International Relations, Environmental Science, Sustainability
  • Religious Studies, Conflict Management, Diversity

 

This global conference will serve as a meeting place for scholar practitioners, researchers, policy makers, and students engaged in research to exchange ideas on the challenges, opportunities, emerging trends, best practices, and innovative ideas in their field. The submission deadline is January 15, 2016 for abstracts, and February 5, 2016 for paper submission. Conference proceedings and full papers (concurrently peer-reviewed for publication) will be published in theInternational Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in Business, Technology, and Education (ISSN 2333-5981); Journal of Applied Thought Leadership in Operation, Process Improvement, People Development, and Mindful Social Change (ISSN 2377-9721), and Journal of Leadership and International Development (ISSN 2377-9691).

The power and significance of attending this unique interdisciplinary conference is to draw international thought leaders and scholars from a variety of academic disciplines to create a comprehensive learning experience. It also emphasizes critical thinking and creative problem solving with the understanding that the most complex world problems are not soloed and solved in one discipline. The goal of the ICIRS conference is to facilitate this interdisciplinary and scholarly interaction.
Enquiries: info@icirsconferences.com
Web address: http://icirsconferences.com

Connie Pilato

Connie Pilato

Connie Pilato is the Academic Technology Support Specialist for Jamestown Community College, and has more than 20 years providing technology support in various roles at the college. While her primary assignment is to support the faculty of the Cattaraugus County Campus, she is available to assist both full-time and adjunct faculty regardless of their campus location.

Among her significant previous positions, Connie served as Network Design Engineer/Central Office Equipment, and Network Design Engineer/Special Circuits at ALLTEL, a telecommunications company.

Connie holds a M.S. in Curriculum Design and Instructional Technology from University of Albany – SUNY, and a B.S. in Business (Magna Cum Laude) from SUNY Fredonia.

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