The form below may be used to submit a conference proposal for the 2017 annual conference of the Mid-East Honors Association.

Honors students attending MEHA represent a variety of academic disciplines. Some are passionate about science; others are passionate about art. Some come from private institutions; others come from public institutions. So each year we have a conference filled with backgrounds, interests, talents, and expertise that varies more than one institution alone ever would.

This year’s conference is designed to bring participants together in a meaningful way that allows us to share in our commitment to the pursuit of excellence. As such, we invite proposals that demonstrate that commitment. Excellence can take many shapes and forms, and the Mid-East Honors Association values exemplary and distinguished performance by all participants in the areas of teaching, learning, scholarship, leadership, and service.

Thus, the committee seeks proposals that demonstrate excellence in research, honors pedagogy, unique learning approaches, and more. Submissions are welcome from students, faculty, and staff in all disciplines and can include oral presentations or poster presentations (consider adding art exhibitions or performances as options?).

The proposal deadline is midnight on March 1, 2017.

Proposal Submission Form

Presenter Information
Please enter the contact information for the primary presenter.
Name *
Name
Enter the college/university you are attending.
Enter the name of your Honors director or dean.
If you have more than one presenter for your presentation, please list the names of all presenters in this section.
Presentation Information
Please indicate whether you would like to present an oral presentation or a poster presentation.
Enter a brief description of no more than 50 words as you wish your session to appear in the conference brochure.
If you have any additional details including special instructions or requests for your presentation, please indicate that information in this area. The conference committee will strive to do its best to accommodate special requests.