As an organisation, Sensory Integration Education is committed to supporting the development of early career SI researchers by providing financial, recruitment and dissemination support.
With this goal in mind, we are delighted to announce that we are making £500 bursary awards available for students who have been or who are enrolled on the Ulster University Masters Module in Sensory Integration in the academic year of 2017/18 and/or 2018/19 and who have their abstracts accepted by the ESIC 2019 Scientific Committee. But, hurry, the deadline for submission to ESIC is 10 December.
ESIC 2019 will focus on how sensory processing translates into everyday activities and quality of life. The ESIC 2019 Scientific Committee has issued a call for individual papers, roundtable submissions and posters. Proposals are accepted in English and Greek and should address the conference theme.
Students submitting abstracts must be able to attend the conference, held in Thessaloniki in June 2019, to present their paper in person.
Students can only submit one paper proposal per individual. Send your proposal (maximum of 250 words) and a one-page CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 10 December 2018.
To be eligible for the Sensory Integration Education £500 bursary, you must have been or are enrolled on the Ulster University Masters Module in SI in the academic year of 2017/18 and/or 2018/19 AND have your abstract accepted by the ESIC 2019 Scientific Committee. Successful students should contact email@example.com to apply for the bursary.
EUROPEAN SENSORY INTEGRATION CONGRESS (ESIC)
20-22 June 2019
"Translating Sensory Processing into Quality of Life in Various Environments"
Hosted by: The Hellenic Scientific Society for Sensory Integration
Venue: Macedonia Palace Hotel, Thessaloniki.