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TPRC Issues Final Call for Abstracts for September Conference at GMU Law

WASHINGTON, March 31, 2011 – TPRC, an annual conference on communications, information, and Internet policy, issued a final call for abstracts for submissions to its annual conference in September. Abstracts should be submitted for consideration by midnight Thursday.

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WASHINGTON, March 31, 2011 – TPRC, an annual conference on communications, information, and Internet policy, issued a final call for abstracts for submissions to its 2011 gathering in September.  Abstracts should be submitted for consideration by midnight Thursday.

TPRC, formerly the Telecommunications Policy Research Conference, began in 1972 with a group of researchers led by Bruce Owen, then in the Office of Telecommunications Policy in the Nixon White House.  The group reorganized as a non-profit in the mid-1980’s and centers around an annual conference covering the full range of national and international communications issues.

The 2011 conference will be held September 23 – 25 at George Mason University School of Law

Instructions and standards for submitting abstracts can be found here.

 

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WASHINGTON, March 31, 2011 – TPRC, an annual conference on communications, information, and Internet policy, issued a final call for abstracts for submissions to its 2011 gathering in September.  Abstracts should be submitted for consideration by midnight Thursday.

TPRC, formerly the Telecommunications Policy Research Conference, began in 1972 with a group of researchers led by Bruce Owen, then in the Office of Telecommunications Policy in the Nixon White House.  The group reorganized as a non-profit in the mid-1980’s and centers around an annual conference covering the full range of national and international communications issues.

The 2011 conference will be held September 23 – 25 at George Mason University School of Law

Instructions and standards for submitting abstracts can be found here.

 

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WASHINGTON, March 31, 2011 – TPRC, an annual conference on communications, information, and Internet policy, issued a final call for abstracts for submissions to its 2011 gathering in September.  Abstracts should be submitted for consideration by midnight Thursday.

TPRC, formerly the Telecommunications Policy Research Conference, began in 1972 with a group of researchers led by Bruce Owen, then in the Office of Telecommunications Policy in the Nixon White House.  The group reorganized as a non-profit in the mid-1980’s and centers around an annual conference covering the full range of national and international communications issues.

The 2011 conference will be held September 23 – 25 at George Mason University School of Law

Instructions and standards for submitting abstracts can be found here.

 

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WASHINGTON, March 31, 2011 – TPRC, an annual conference on communications, information, and Internet policy, issued a final call for abstracts for submissions to its 2011 gathering in September.  Abstracts should be submitted for consideration by midnight Thursday.

TPRC, formerly the Telecommunications Policy Research Conference, began in 1972 with a group of researchers led by Bruce Owen, then in the Office of Telecommunications Policy in the Nixon White House.  The group reorganized as a non-profit in the mid-1980’s and centers around an annual conference covering the full range of national and international communications issues.

The 2011 conference will be held September 23 – 25 at George Mason University School of Law

Instructions and standards for submitting abstracts can be found here.

 

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