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Message ID: 10336
Date: 2018-02-06

Author:Rolanda Ward

Subject:DEADLINE EXTENDED 2/28/18: Niagara University Conference on Race and Equality, June 13-15, 2018

Colleagues, NASW-NYS is now a co-sponsor of the ​University, Community, and Government Partnerships for Race and Equality conference at Niagara University and will be providing social work CEU's. We have extended the call for abstracts. Please consider sharing with your networks, and please excuse cross-listings. We hope to see you in Niagara Falls in June! ​ CALL FOR ABSTRACTS Rose Bente Lee Ostapenko Center for Race, Equality, and Mission University, Community, and Government Partnerships for Race and Equality Conference “Reconciliation and System Changes” June 13-15, 2018 Niagara University Lewiston, New York DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 28, 2018 https://www.niagara.edu/niagara-university-partnerships-for-race-and-equality/ CO-SPONSOR Current rhetoric and community outcomes require intentional and systemic efforts to improve the social conditions of those who are vulnerable in our society. The quest for racial equity and equality is needed more than ever. We are seeking abstracts that highlight University, community, and government social justice partnerships that aim to address and reconcile issues of race and equality. We are interested in reviewing abstracts that unite any combination of the above partners (e.g., University and community, University and government, government and community, and University, community, and government). The goal of the conference is to focus on the ways in which universities, communities, and governments can/should/do/don’t partner to address issues of race, equality, and social justice across diverse communities. We want to know about how the needs of the most vulnerable, underserved, and disenfranchised in society are being addressed through innovative, evidenced-based, and collaborative partnerships in urban and rural settings. We are also interested in projects that are in the planning stages. We invite abstracts for oral papers, workshops, roundtables, and poster presentations which address the following areas: * Workforce Development/Economic Security * Education (Restorative Justice, Disportionality) * Housing * Health (Public, Mental, Physical, Food Security, Recreational Access) * Community Development (Peace, Safety, Social Networks) * Environmental Justice * Law and Justice (Criminal, Child Welfare, Immigration, Border Security) * Elections Justice * Global perspectives * Gender and Justice * Juvenile Justice This conference seeks to bring together scholars, practitioners, community activists, and graduate students. Therefore, please consider submitting abstracts that showcase a variety of key stakeholders in systems change work. NASW-NYS will provide continuing education units (CEU’s) for this conference. Niagara University is located on the Niagara Falls gorge, a beautiful and majestic natural wonder. While in the area, conference participants are encouraged to explore Niagara Falls, Lewiston and Buffalo, New York, as well as Niagara Falls and Niagara on the Lake, Canada. If choosing to visit Canada, a Passport or Passport Card is required. Information about passports can be found here: https://travel.state.gov/content/passports/en/passports.html The Rose Bente Lee Ostapenko Center for Race, Equality, and Mission establishes critical interdependencies both on and off campus, working together with faculty and students across colleges and disciplines of study to leverage change in the academy and across sectors of education, business, government and the community. As such, the Center serves as a resource to the community on issues of racial equity. Instructions for submitting abstract proposals Please pre-plan your submission. Content fields found for the submission can be found here. Once you beginning the submission process, you will need to finish it in order to have a complete submission. * Abstracts should not exceed 250 words. Briefly introduce your topic, provide background information about the nature of the problem, and outcomes for your session. * A review process will be utilized to rate each proposal based upon the following criteria: value/relevance of proposed presentation, quality of the scholarship/research/practice/policy, and the proposal structure/organization. * Abstract proposals will be accepted from February 28, 2018. * Notification of presentation selection will be emailed to the lead presenter by March 15, 2018. * Selected abstracts will be published in the Conference Proceedings Book. * Presentation sessions will range from 60-75 minutes in length. Three- four 15 minute presentations will take place in each session, with a 15 minute question and answer period. Roundtables are 60 minutes in length. The poster session will last for 45 minutes. * Participants may submit up to two abstracts as lead authors/presenters. If you would like to submit your proposal other than through this electronic process, please contact Rolanda L. Ward at ostapenko@niagara.edu or 716.286.8520. Criteria for Abstract Selection (Please cut and paste the following into the text box) * Title: 50 Words * Abstract 250 Words * One to three Learning Objectives: * APA References Content Track (Please identify an abstract track) * Workforce Development/Economic Security * Education (Restorative Justice, Disportionality) * Housing * Health (Public, Mental, Physical, Food Security, Recreational Access) * Community Development (Peace, Safety, Social Networks) * Environmental Justice * Law and Justice (Criminal, Child Welfare, Immigration, Border Security) * Elections Justice * Global perspectives * Gender and Justice * Juvenile Justice Presentation Type (Please identify a presentation type) * Oral Papers (15 minute presentations (7-8 pages in text) that are either conceptual, empirical, or program evaluation focused). * Workshops (60 minute stand alone presentation. Participants will learn skills for improving their). * Roundtables (60 minutes. Three to four panel members will share pragmatic knowledge about their work). * Poster Presentations (45 minutes. Early data analysis and/or graduate student projects seeking feedback from scholars and practitioners). SUBMISSION PORTAL https://www.niagara.edu/niagara-university-partnerships-for-race-and-equality/ IMPORTANT DATES ABSTRACT DUE DATE February 28, 2018 ACCEPTANCE EMAILS March 15, 2018 PRESENTER(S) CONFIRMATION DUE DATE March 31, 2018 PRESENTER(S) REGISTRATION DUEDATE March 31, 2018 Copyright © 2018 Niagara University, All rights reserved. You are receiving this e-mail as a potential participant in our conference. Our mailing address is: Niagara University PO Box 2019 Niagara University, NY 14109-2019

Colleagues, NASW-NYS is now a co-sponsor of the ​University, Community, and Government Partnerships for Race and Equality conference at Niagara University and will be providing social work CEU's. We have extended the call for abstracts. Please consider sharing with your networks, and please excuse cross-listings. We hope to see you in Niagara Falls in June! ​ CALL FOR ABSTRACTS Rose Bente Lee Ostapenko Center for Race, Equality, and Mission University, Community, and Government Partnerships for Race and Equality Conference “Reconciliation and System Changes” June 13-15, 2018 Niagara University Lewiston, New York DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 28, 2018 https://www.niagara.edu/niagara-university-partnerships-for-race-and-equality/ CO-SPONSOR Current rhetoric and community outcomes require intentional and systemic efforts to improve the social conditions of those who are vulnerable in our society. The quest for racial equity and equality is needed more than ever. We are seeking abstracts that highlight University, community, and government social justice partnerships that aim to address and reconcile issues of race and equality. We are interested in reviewing abstracts that unite any combination of the above partners (e.g., University and community, University and government, government and community, and University, community, and government). The goal of the conference is to focus on the ways in which universities, communities, and governments can/should/do/don’t partner to address issues of race, equality, and social justice across diverse communities. We want to know about how the needs of the most vulnerable, underserved, and disenfranchised in society are being addressed through innovative, evidenced-based, and collaborative partnerships in urban and rural settings. We are also interested in projects that are in the planning stages. We invite abstracts for oral papers, workshops, roundtables, and poster presentations which address the following areas: * Workforce Development/Economic Security * Education (Restorative Justice, Disportionality) * Housing * Health (Public, Mental, Physical, Food Security, Recreational Access) * Community Development (Peace, Safety, Social Networks) * Environmental Justice * Law and Justice (Criminal, Child Welfare, Immigration, Border Security) * Elections Justice * Global perspectives * Gender and Justice * Juvenile Justice This conference seeks to bring together scholars, practitioners, community activists, and graduate students. Therefore, please consider submitting abstracts that showcase a variety of key stakeholders in systems change work. NASW-NYS will provide continuing education units (CEU’s) for this conference. Niagara University is located on the Niagara Falls gorge, a beautiful and majestic natural wonder. While in the area, conference participants are encouraged to explore Niagara Falls, Lewiston and Buffalo, New York, as well as Niagara Falls and Niagara on the Lake, Canada. If choosing to visit Canada, a Passport or Passport Card is required. Information about passports can be found here: https://travel.state.gov/content/passports/en/passports.html The Rose Bente Lee Ostapenko Center for Race, Equality, and Mission establishes critical interdependencies both on and off campus, working together with faculty and students across colleges and disciplines of study to leverage change in the academy and across sectors of education, business, government and the community. As such, the Center serves as a resource to the community on issues of racial equity. Instructions for submitting abstract proposals Please pre-plan your submission. Content fields found for the submission can be found here. Once you beginning the submission process, you will need to finish it in order to have a complete submission. * Abstracts should not exceed 250 words. Briefly introduce your topic, provide background information about the nature of the problem, and outcomes for your session. * A review process will be utilized to rate each proposal based upon the following criteria: value/relevance of proposed presentation, quality of the scholarship/research/practice/policy, and the proposal structure/organization. * Abstract proposals will be accepted from February 28, 2018. * Notification of presentation selection will be emailed to the lead presenter by March 15, 2018. * Selected abstracts will be published in the Conference Proceedings Book. * Presentation sessions will range from 60-75 minutes in length. Three- four 15 minute presentations will take place in each session, with a 15 minute question and answer period. Roundtables are 60 minutes in length. The poster session will last for 45 minutes. * Participants may submit up to two abstracts as lead authors/presenters. If you would like to submit your proposal other than through this electronic process, please contact Rolanda L. Ward at ostapenkoniagara.edu or 716.286.8520. Criteria for Abstract Selection (Please cut and paste the following into the text box) * Title: 50 Words * Abstract 250 Words * One to three Learning Objectives: * APA References Content Track (Please identify an abstract track) * Workforce Development/Economic Security * Education (Restorative Justice, Disportionality) * Housing * Health (Public, Mental, Physical, Food Security, Recreational Access) * Community Development (Peace, Safety, Social Networks) * Environmental Justice * Law and Justice (Criminal, Child Welfare, Immigration, Border Security) * Elections Justice * Global perspectives * Gender and Justice * Juvenile Justice Presentation Type (Please identify a presentation type) * Oral Papers (15 minute presentations (7-8 pages in text) that are either conceptual, empirical, or program evaluation focused). * Workshops (60 minute stand alone presentation. Participants will learn skills for improving their). * Roundtables (60 minutes. Three to four panel members will share pragmatic knowledge about their work). * Poster Presentations (45 minutes. Early data analysis and/or graduate student projects seeking feedback from scholars and practitioners). SUBMISSION PORTAL https://www.niagara.edu/niagara-university-partnerships-for-race-and-equality/ IMPORTANT DATES ABSTRACT DUE DATE February 28, 2018 ACCEPTANCE EMAILS March 15, 2018 PRESENTER(S) CONFIRMATION DUE DATE March 31, 2018 PRESENTER(S) REGISTRATION DUEDATE March 31, 2018 Copyright © 2018 Niagara University, All rights reserved. You are receiving this e-mail as a potential participant in our conference. Our mailing address is: Niagara University PO Box 2019 Niagara University, NY 14109-2019