Submissions

The Southeast Marketing Symposium is inviting two student presentations from each member school for inclusion in the 2020 program (please make sure to submit exactly 2 for scheduling purposes). Given there’s no formal review process, each faculty adviser should review and approve submissions that represent your school.

Abstract submissions should be no longer than one page double-spaced and should summarize the key components of the manuscript. Abstracts will be included in the symposium publication. Each abstract should also include the author name(s) and school affiliation(s), as well as the presentation title.

Presentations at the symposium should be limited to about 15 minutes each to allow for 5-10 minutes of discussion.

Faculty advisors should submit their school’s two abstracts together to 

Example Abstract 1

Example Abstract 2

 Additionally, the symposium will also receive submissions for the William O. Bearden Doctoral Student Research Award.  Information on this award can be found at this link.