Doctoral students, take a moment to answer these questions...
Are you writing or preparing to write an education-related thesis or dissertation?
Would an opportunity to discuss your research with other educators enhance your study?
Would you like to test your “working knowledge” of your topic, get feedback from colleagues and experts in the field, and elevate your work?
Are you interested in applying for a scholarship to provide funds for CREATE conference registration?
Would you like to be considered for CREATE's Achilles-Harper-Swenson Emerging Researcher Award?
If you answered YES to any of these questions, you should consider presenting at the 2019 CREATE conference. It’s an opportunity to share your research,whether you are in the beginning or final stages of your study! See our CREATE Conference page to learn more about submitting a Doctoral Student Poster session proposal.
CREATE offers Doctoral Student Scholarships for students who present at the CREATE conference. If you are interested in applying for a scholarship to cover your registration fee, complete this application.
The CREATE Achilles-Harper-Swenson Emerging Researcher Award is an opportunity to present your work to a panel of judges, receive beneficial feedback, and compete for this distinguished title. Learn more about the Emerging Researcher Award .
CREATE Graduate Student Service Project
The CREATE Graduate Student Committee hosted the first-annual community service project at the 27th Annual CREATE Conference in Williamsburg, Virginia. This community service project served International Community School (ISC) in Decatur, Georgia. ISC serves refugee, immigrant and local children representing more than 30 nationalities and speaking 25 languages. CREATE Conference attendees donated books and supplies from an Amazon Wishlist to help enhance the school's ESOL library.
The photo on the left shows International Community School students enjoying their new books. To learn more about ISC, click here.
Events for Graduate Students at CREATE 2019