Graduate Research Symposium

Robert MacMillan Symposium in Education
Robert Macmillan

The Robert Macmillan Symposium in Education (RMSE) is an annual event that is organized by graduate students at the Faculty of Education. The theme for 2019 is “Diversity in education pedagogy: Mobilizing knowledge for the education of all”. RMSE will be held on Friday, March 29th, 2019.

The Symposium provides graduate students the opportunity to share their education-related research with the wider community. Presentation formats include posters, round tables, papers, and creative formats such as songs, dances, or other forms of art. Unable to attend the Symposium in person? As with the previous three years, we are excited to offer the option to present virtually.

The goal of the Robert Macmillan RMSE is to showcase and support education-related projects, conceptual research, and studies in progress at all levels from beginning master’s students through to final doctoral presentations. Studies that are well underway, or those which have been completed since last year’s Symposium are also welcome. Students planning poster presentations for the Great Hall or SOGS research days at Western are welcome to present the same material at RMSE. Graduate students presenting at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2019 Annual meeting in Toronto, or at any other conferences, might find presenting at the Symposium a great place to practice their presentations to an interested audience and receive timely feedback.

Interested in submitting your proposal? Submit Your Proposal!

We would like to extend a special thank you to our Western University supporters:

To learn more about the Symposium, explore the links under 'Graduate Research Symposium' to the left-hand side of this page. If you have any general questions about the Symposium, please feel free to contact the 2019 chair, Najmeh Keyhani.

Whether you are an academic, community member, educator, principal, or student, we welcome you to the 2019 Robert Macmillan Symposium in Education on March 29th, 2019!