+International Journal of Arts & Sciences is a non-profit academic organization founded by Professor Glen Camp at Bryant University in Rhode Island, USA, around the turn of the century to offer a research platform for international academics. It was originally meant to be a multidisciplinary journal but later added conferences and other journals to its annual events. The organization still carries its original journal’s name. Information about its forthcoming conferences is posted at https://www.
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IJAS 2017 conference was a good platform to share experiences from various individuals. Particularly, the Naigra Falls visit was an impressive one. However, some individuals weren't attending presentations rather tours which I belive to be improved.
Dear conference Manager, I participated the Multidisciplinary Conference in Boston in 2016. I was very pleased to be there. In fact, I applied this year. But, due to some problems, I coul not be there.Best RegardsDr. ilhan ÖZGÜL
Great.The conference was well organized, and the place was easy to find and reach in old town Prague. The participants were all serious and knowledgeable and the interaction during discusion session was quite meaningful and would hopefully pay off.
The event was a success, and I personally got acquainted with a lot of colleagues and participants from all over the world. We exchanged ideas and views and had a good time, especially during the two trips organized by IJAS across Czech Republic.
All participants should be advised that attending all the sessions, according to disciplines, is a must. I recommend that chairs of sessions be given a token compensation for having volunteered willingly to make the IJAS event a success story.
Lecturer at Federal College Of Education (special) Oyo
The conference was well organised, the cultural visits were equally educative and full of fun. However, idea of presenting to an audience while you don't want to be part of the audience during other's presentation should be discouraged. Thank you.