TQR 16th Annual Conference
Nova Southeastern University – Carl DeSantis Building

Theme: Co-Creating Our Impact: Invitations to Change
In-Person: March 5-6, 2025
Online: March 27-28, 2025

Call for Submissions Now Open (Deadline: August 2, 2024)

Conference (In-Person vs. Online)

Please note, the conference will be taking place in-person March 5-6, 2025, and online March 27-28, 2025. You can submit proposals to both conferences, but each proposed presentation must be substantially different from your other submitted ones. If you have presentations accepted at both conferences and you present at the in-person event, we will waive your fee to present at the online conference.

Please submit your presentation ideas and join us online and at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida USA for TQR2025! We will be accepting submissions starting in April. Over the next few weeks, we will share more details about TQR2025 on the conference’s web site. As always, please let us know your questions and comments by sending us your emails to tqr@nova.edu, posting to our Facebook page, or by tweeting us!


Call for Submissions

The call for submissions is now open. The deadline is August 2nd, 2024. 


Registration Will Open at a Later Date

Conference Theme

Co-Creating Our Impact: Invitations to Change

As a field and a profession, are we overly focused on how we impact our colleagues via their citations in their published works of our published works? Such an outcome is important as we see our research has helped others in academia learn from our work, but have we become too fixated on only influencing scholars like us? More importantly, do we care how our work makes a difference (if at all) in the worlds where we conducted our research outside academia?


Learn More About the Conference Theme

Keynote Speakers

Conference Sponsors

The TQR Annual conference is sponsored and co-hosted by Nova Southeastern University (NSU), MAXQDA and Quirkos, and NVivo. 



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Call for Proposals