Knowledge without Boundaries 2019 Research Summit

Knowledge without Boundaries 2019 Research Summit

The 2019 KWB Expanding the Boundaries Research Summit invites you to join us for a virtual event where you can pick and choose the workshops and concurrent sessions that most interest you from the comfort of your home or office!

The School of Advanced Studies at University of Phoenix is holding the second annual virtual conference, Knowledge without Boundaries June 10-14, 2019. The virtual platform is designed to help more people interact without the limitation of proximity. The conference is designed to incorporate the interactive experience of a ground conference, connect attendees to research, fulfill research and scholarship objectives, and incorporate the University's mission and values for innovation and scholarship by offering an experience that connects to a broader collaborative.

This year, the Knowledge Without Boundaries Research Summit will expand its reach to all practitioner faculty. This includes business and industry partners engaged in applied organizational research. Practitioner faculty teaching at Community Colleges across the nation are also specially invited. 

As a conference participant, you will be able to watch presentations on research and outcomes, keynote addresses by the President and Provost, engage with guest corporate affiliates, network and connect through the research centers, engage with the Phoenix Scholar publishing staff, and interact with fellow participants. Additionally, the School of Advanced Studies will hold an awards session, highlighting outstanding scholarship and recognizing outstanding dissertations.

Conference Registration for University of Phoenix affiliates is free, and General Admission registration is $50. Learn more about Knowledge without Boundaries or Register Now.

Expanding the Boundaries - A Knowledge without Boundaries Virtual Research Summit
June 10-14, 2019
School of Advanced Studies
University of Phoenix
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