The deadline to submit to Midwinter is 11:59 p.m., Saturday, December 1. Submit your abstracts of 600 to 800 words, excluding author information and references, to the AEJMC Midwinter conference via the content management system http://bit.ly/midwinter19. Create a profile at the same link. PLEASE encourage your grad students to submit to this very student-friendly conference.

Abstracts should detail relevant literature, research objectives, methods employed, the stage of the research project and initial or expected findings and conclusions. Please avoid submitting abstracts shorter than 600 words or abstracts or papers longer than 800 words to ensure fair judging. Papers cannot be under review at other outlets (e.g., ICA). However, Midwinter submissions, even accepted papers, are eligible to be resubmitted to the national AEJMC conference April 1. The division will also honor the top paper at Midwinter.

If you have any questions, please email MMEE Midwinter Research Chair Kelly Kaufhold at kellykaufhold@txstate.edu.

The University of Oklahoma will again host the 2018 AEJMC Midwinter Conference in the beautiful Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication on Friday, March 1 and Saturday, March 2, 2019. We always need division members willing to serve as reviewers in December, and discussants and moderators in March. Please contact kellykaufhold@txstate.edu  if you’ll be available and are willing to help. Thank you!