The conference committee of the ASQ Quality Education Conference and Workshops (QECW) has made a call for proposals for the 23rd-annual ASQ QECW taking place November 14-15 in Houston, Texas. The purpose of the conference is to provide academic and non-academic personnel with continuous improvement methodologies and principles.
Quality Approaches in Higher Education has selected a case study in healthcare education by Rosa K. Hand, Mary A. Dolansky, E. Erin Hanahan, Vinothini M. Sundaram, and Nancy Tinsley as the recipient of its best paper award for 2014.
Quality Approaches in Higher Education welcomes submissions from faculty from two- and four-year institutions, as well as from professionals from the student services arena, institutional research, professional development, business affairs, and more. See complete author guidelines.
The ASQ Audit Division is now accepting proposals for presentations for its 24th annual conference, to be held October 29-30, 2015, in Reno, Nevada. Submit your abstract by May 29, 2015. Learn more (PDF).
QP has announced its editorial planner for 2015. See a list of projected topics for feature articles the magazine is seeking for the 2015 publication year.
Submissions on other topics are always welcome.
See complete author guidelines.
Have a success story to share about using quality tools and approaches? Reach hundreds of thousands of readers by publishing it as an ASQ case study.
Submit a story now for consideration, or let ASQ do the writing for you. Associate Editor Adam Wise to learn more.
The Lean Enterprise Division seeks articles for a new column in the quarterly Six Sigma Forum Magazine. Share how you overcame your struggles through a kaizen blitz, ideas about what makes a good lean practitioner, or perspectives on lean in a service environment.
Send article submissions to Lance Coleman.
ASQ is especially on the lookout for submissions on: