Winter Roundtable 2018 - Teachers College, Columbia University

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Thank you for your interest in submitting a proposal for the 35th Annual Winter Roundtable Conference #WRT2018!

The Winter Roundtable is the longest running continuing professional education program in the United States devoted solely to cultural issues in psychology and education. The Winter Roundtable will continue its tradition of bringing together scholars, practitioners, researchers, social change agents and students interested in the intersections between race, ethnicity, social class, gender, ability status, sexual orientation, and religious affiliation in psychology and education.

This year's theme, Nevertheless, She Persisted, underscores the pervasiveness and pernicious effects of misogyny, sexism and gender oppression, particularly as these forces intersect with psychology and education.  The 2018 conference invites proposals that depict research, pedagogy, practice and activism that address these themes.

As in years past, we look forward to a conference in which students, scholars, practitioners, educators and community activists gather so as to share wisdom and resources.  We hope you will join us for the exciting event.

Please click below to read about the proposal process and submit your proposal! 

PROPOSAL REQUIREMENTS:
  1. Proposals must be sumitted electronically using the EventRebels submission form.
  2. Proposals for all categories of presentations should consist of an abstract (maximum 400 words).
  3. Please TYPE OUT proposal abstract information in the fields below.

ABSTRACT REQUIREMENT:
All abstracts must include:
  • A clear outline of the major ideas to be presented. For roundtable discussions, this outline should include information about the general theme, as well as the sub-themes that will serve as topics for discussion (maximum 400 words)
  • summary of the research methodology in the case of an empirical study
  • A brief summary of the findings, in the case of an empirical study.
  • For workshop submissions you must include both an abstract AND a 50-word maximum description of the workshop, which includes the learning objectives.
  • Please note that all poster presentation abstracts submitted should include preliminary or final results of the empirical research study.
  • Proposals from graduate students, including Masters and Advanced Doctoral students, as well as recent graduates are encouraged.
  • In addition to this year's conference theme, other timely topics are welcomed for consideration in the conference program.

We are accepting the following types of proposals:
 
  1. PAPER PRESENTATIONS:
50 minute individual presentations.
 
  1. SYMPOSIA:
50 minute sessions in which no more than four people may present.
 
  1. WORKSHOPS:
2- and 3-hour programs designed to provide participants with practical experience and specific skills (Please be sure to indicate how long your workshop will be, within your proposal.)
 
  1. STUDENT POSTER PRESENTATIONS: 
Opportunities for master's and doctoral students in psychology and education to present their recent scholarships during an hour-long poster session. A student must be the first author on all poster presentation submissions, and each submission should contain no more than four authors. 

Complimentary registration will be provided to the first authors of accepted poster presentations. 

Thank you to Joseph G. Ponterotto, J. Manuel Casas, Lisa A. Suzuki, and Charlene M. Alexander, the editors of the Handbook of Multicultural Counseling (3rd edition), a student scholarship fund has been established. Students whose poster presentation proposals are accepted will receive free registration to the Winter Roundtable. On posters with multiple authors, the scholarship will be awarded to the first author only.
 
  1. ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS: 
1-hour dialogues about a broad theme of cultural relevance in psychology and education. Each theme consists of smaller discussion groups that address various sub-themes pertaining to the general theme. There should be no more than four sub-themes proposed for each general theme. In addition, no more than four people may be involved in facilitating discussions for one particular general theme.

 

To begin submitting your proposal, please include your email address below and click submit.
After you press submit, you will receive a Registration ID number to in E-mail inbox. Please keep this number in your records in order to revisit your application at any time. 



35th Annual Winter Roundtable

Teachers College, Columbia Univesity

Box 59, 525 W 120th Street

New York, NY 10027-6696

roundtable@tc.columbia.edu

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