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November 3 - 6, 2013
Four Points by Sheraton Biloxi Beach Boulevard
940 Beach Boulevard
Biloxi, Mississippi
"Creative Thought, Leadership, and Applications
in the Arts, Sciences, and Humanities"
The Society's Motto: Docendo Discimus - We Learn by Teaching

Sponsored by

The National Initiative for Rural Community Colleges (NIRCC)
The John C. Stennis Institute of Government
Dr. James E. Davis, Director, NIRCC
Conference Director and President, Society of Educators and Scholars
Dr. Arthur D. Stumpf ads124@colled.msstate.edu

Topics involving community colleges and other institutions of higher education, both public and private, are invited, as well as topics on other educational institutions, business, industry, health care, and government. Proposals for papers and presentations will accepted until the deadline of September 27, 2013. Abstracts of 250 words or less should be sent to Dr. Arthur D. Stumpf, Associate Professor, Department of Leadership and Foundations, P.O. Box 9698, Mississippi State, MS 39762, or e-mail him at ads124@colled.msstate.edu. Include a description of the nature of the presentation, i.e., lecture, panel discussion, etc., and requirements for audio-visual aids. The complete manuscript or paper to be presented is due at the time of the presentation at the conference. Proposals arriving by the deadline of September 27 will be accepted only if the conference fee of $300.00 is paid by the deadline of September 27. Contact the John C. Stennis Institute of Government, Mississippi State University, at the following link http://www.sig.msstate.edu/ses.php for conference registration and payment of the fee of $300.00, or you may call LeeAnn Funderburg, Business Manager, Stennis Institute, at 662-325-3328.

To make conference reservations at Four Points By Sheraton call 866-716-8133. Refer to the SES Conference. Hotel rates are $89.00/night (city view) or $104.00/night (ocean view).



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Educators and Scholars was developed by leaders in the  humanities, administration, business, community affairs, education and the social sciences who believed that in a rapidly changing world all knowledge is integrated and that opportunities must provided to publish and exchange ideas and information from all fields.

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