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Message ID: 10063
Date: 2016-11-03

Author:Sherry Hamby

Subject:Fwd: ResilienceCon 2017--submissions open!

Hello all, The submission window is open for ResilienceCon 2017! We are having it next year in downtown Nashville, at the Scarritt-Bennett Center, a nonprofit retreat center dedicated to social justice causes. I think the conference topics will be of interest to many of you. We are also offering some travel support (registration and 2 nights' lodging) in the form of awards to 5 students or fellows (application details on website). Please forward to anyone who might be interested. Sherry ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Life Paths Appalachian Research Center > Date: Wed, Nov 2, 2016 at 3:30 PM ResilienceCon 2017 Call for Submissions NOW AVAILABLE Submission Deadline: January 7, 2017 Conference: April 17-19, 2017 in Nashville, TN View Call for Submissions Submit Now ResilienceCon is a new approach to conferences that offers a variety of traditional and innovative formats. ResilienceCon offers opportunities to interact with colleagues who are interested in strengths-based approaches to understanding, preventing, and responding to violence and other adversities. We welcome submissions on all aspects of resilience, adversity, and well-being, including: * Protective factors for all aspects of the social ecology, including characteristics of individuals, families, schools, and communities * Strength and resilience among people and communities of color * Cross-cultural and international research on strengths or resilience (Note that posters may be submitted in English, Spanish, or French) * Resilience across the full spectrum of sexual and gender identities * Community resilience and the need for addressing health disparities and other systemic issues * Strengths-based approaches to prevention, such as social and emotional learning (SEL), cultural connectedness, redefining masculinity, and bystander programs * Strengths-based interventions, including but not limited to mindfulness, narrative, and skill-building programs * Strengths-based approaches to working with historically under-served and/or stigmatized groups * The impact of poly-victimization and/or poly-perpetration on resilience Visit our website to see additional topics of interest. Poster submitters will be notified on a rolling basis. All other presenters will be notified by January 31, 2017. We hope to see you in Nashville, one of the most vibrant and exciting cities in the United States! Sincerely, Sherry Hamby, Ph.D., Vicki Banyard, Ph.D., and John Grych, Ph.D., ResilenceCon Co-Chairs http://www.resiliencecon.org ResilienceCon is a trademark of Life Paths Appalachian Research Center, LLC. Our mailing address is: 1016 West Main Street, Monteagle, TN 37356 You can unsubscribe from this list .

Hello all, The submission window is open for ResilienceCon 2017! We are having it next year in downtown Nashville, at the Scarritt-Bennett Center, a nonprofit retreat center dedicated to social justice causes. I think the conference topics will be of interest to many of you. We are also offering some travel support (registration and 2 nights' lodging) in the form of awards to 5 students or fellows (application details on website). Please forward to anyone who might be interested. Sherry ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Life Paths Appalachian Research Center > Date: Wed, Nov 2, 2016 at 3:30 PM ResilienceCon 2017 Call for Submissions NOW AVAILABLE Submission Deadline: January 7, 2017 Conference: April 17-19, 2017 in Nashville, TN View Call for Submissions Submit Now ResilienceCon is a new approach to conferences that offers a variety of traditional and innovative formats. ResilienceCon offers opportunities to interact with colleagues who are interested in strengths-based approaches to understanding, preventing, and responding to violence and other adversities. We welcome submissions on all aspects of resilience, adversity, and well-being, including: * Protective factors for all aspects of the social ecology, including characteristics of individuals, families, schools, and communities * Strength and resilience among people and communities of color * Cross-cultural and international research on strengths or resilience (Note that posters may be submitted in English, Spanish, or French) * Resilience across the full spectrum of sexual and gender identities * Community resilience and the need for addressing health disparities and other systemic issues * Strengths-based approaches to prevention, such as social and emotional learning (SEL), cultural connectedness, redefining masculinity, and bystander programs * Strengths-based interventions, including but not limited to mindfulness, narrative, and skill-building programs * Strengths-based approaches to working with historically under-served and/or stigmatized groups * The impact of poly-victimization and/or poly-perpetration on resilience Visit our website to see additional topics of interest. Poster submitters will be notified on a rolling basis. All other presenters will be notified by January 31, 2017. We hope to see you in Nashville, one of the most vibrant and exciting cities in the United States! Sincerely, Sherry Hamby, Ph.D., Vicki Banyard, Ph.D., and John Grych, Ph.D., ResilenceCon Co-Chairs http://www.resiliencecon.org ResilienceCon is a trademark of Life Paths Appalachian Research Center, LLC. Our mailing address is: 1016 West Main Street, Monteagle, TN 37356 You can unsubscribe from this list .