Each IJAS multidisciplinary conference follows the same format. Here are our research presentation programs from recent conferences on the Harvard (click here) and UNLV (click here) campuses.

Our editorial board invites abstracts, papers, and proposals as long as they fall within one of the following five tracks:

  • Social Sciences and Humanities
  • Business and Economics
  • Teaching and Education
  • Engineering and Technology
  • Physical, Life and Health Sciences

The accepted submissions will be clustered around their common topics and areas of interest. As is typical of multidisciplinary conferences, the final program - released about three weeks before the conference - will mirror the research agendas of the delegates rather than a pre-conceived list of arbitrary topics.

It is up to each delegate how much to submit or publish. Some authors may publish only an abstract in the proceedings. Others may prefer to publish a full-length manuscript in the journal.

Delegates may also attend a conference without submitting or publishing any research.

Authors may deliver their work during the conference either as (i) a 15-minute oral presentation, (ii) a poster session, (iii) a panel, or (iv) a workshop.