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What is AGSERS?
AGSERS stands for Annual Graduate Student Education Research Symposium. The Graduate Student Education Council (GSEC) sponsor the AGSERS, which has been held in March since 2007. Graduate students in education-related degree programs from across the Purdue campus are encouraged to submit proposals. Those accepted present posters describing instructional/curricular development projects, theoretical position papers, or the results of empirical research. Complete or In Progress research is acceptable, so come join us this year!
AGSERS 2017: Keynote Speaker, Dr. Mitzi Lewison
2017 Symposium Date: March 27, 2017
Location: Stewart Center, Rooms STEW214, STEW306
at Purdue University (next to the Purdue Memorial Union)
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Mitzi Lewison
Presentation Schedule: TBA
We are pleased to announce that our keynote speaker for this year's symposium will be Dr. Mitzi Lewison. Currently residing at Indiana University, Dr. Lewison specializes in elementary education and language and literacy education. Her interests include: critical literacy, critical discourse analysis, and, per her website, "teaching language arts in culturally diverse settings, and exploring non-traditional, more empowering forms of professional development" (see http://education.indiana.edu/dotnetforms/Profile.aspx?u=Lewison). She has previously served as the IU English Director on two US Agency for International Development (USAID) projects in Afghanistan, a true testament for putting theory into practice and contributing to both local and global education initiatives. Dr. Lewison speaks on the day of the AGSERS symposium at 4:15pm so come hear more about her unique perspective, work, and advice for emerging education researchers.