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NMSU College of Education to host the RMERA Convention Nov. 2-3

  • By Emily C. Kelley
  • Oct 08, 2012
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The New Mexico State University College of Education will host the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association's annual, regional conference in education Nov. 2-3.

The theme for this year's event is "The Changing Nature of Education," which includes a wide range of topics from the impact of technology, to greater inclusiveness and diversity in the classroom. This will be the 44th annual meeting of the organization, informally founded in 1968 as a gathering of more than a hundred people with an interest in educational research.

NMSU College of Education Dean Michael Morehead will present the keynote address.

The conference is open to educational specialists including faculty and graduate students and is intended to provide an opportunity for new faculty and graduate students to present their research. It also provides a forum for all researchers to share their work.

Registration is under way and is due Monday, Oct. 8. The cost is $100 for faculty and $50 for graduate students. Day of conference registrations will be $125 for faculty.

For more information about the conference, contact conference co-organizers Dana Christman, danachri@nmsu.edu, or O.D. Hadfield, hadfield@nmsu.edu.