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Message ID: 10337
Date: 2018-02-07

Author:Sherry Hamby

Subject:ResilienceCon submission deadline extended to Feb 16!

Hi all, Following several requests, we have extended the abstract submission deadline! https://www.lifepathsresearch.org/call-for-submissions/ Our other big news that we hope will be of interest to some of you, or perhaps your colleagues, is that we have added two more scholarship awards, the Life Paths Promising Advocate awards for new professionals (less than 5 years) who are working at social nonprofits. https://www.lifepathsresearch.org/life-paths-promising-advocate-award/ We hope you can join us for timely Keynote Conversations on sexual harassment, transgender identity, and immigration! We have been working to craft innovative session formats and other features to make your conference experience more engaging and impactful ResilienceCon * Keynote Conversations * Fast-paced Formats * Innovative Discussions * Bystander Prevention Workshop * Reflexivity Statement Workshop * Opening & Closing Reflections * Shared Meals * Photovoice Competition * Photobooth * Participant “Face” Book * Commitment to Inclusivity * Beautiful Setting in Vibrant Nashville, TN * For more on ResilienceCon, see http://resiliencecon.org Also, check out the Life Paths Promising Scholar Awards for travel support for students and junior researchers. Best regards, Sherry Hamby, Vicki Banyard, and Nicole Yuan Co-chairs -- Sherry Hamby, Ph.D. Editor, Psychology of Violence Director, Life Paths Appalachian Research Center (LPARC) Research Professor, University of the South 1016 West Main St., Suite 3 Monteagle, TN 37356 ResilienceCon 2018 will be April 29-May 1in vibrant Nashville, TN! Call for submissions now open!

Hi all, Following several requests, we have extended the abstract submission deadline! https://www.lifepathsresearch.org/call-for-submissions/ Our other big news that we hope will be of interest to some of you, or perhaps your colleagues, is that we have added two more scholarship awards, the Life Paths Promising Advocate awards for new professionals (less than 5 years) who are working at social nonprofits. https://www.lifepathsresearch.org/life-paths-promising-advocate-award/ We hope you can join us for timely Keynote Conversations on sexual harassment, transgender identity, and immigration! We have been working to craft innovative session formats and other features to make your conference experience more engaging and impactful ResilienceCon * Keynote Conversations * Fast-paced Formats * Innovative Discussions * Bystander Prevention Workshop * Reflexivity Statement Workshop * Opening & Closing Reflections * Shared Meals * Photovoice Competition * Photobooth * Participant “Face” Book * Commitment to Inclusivity * Beautiful Setting in Vibrant Nashville, TN * For more on ResilienceCon, see http://resiliencecon.org Also, check out the Life Paths Promising Scholar Awards for travel support for students and junior researchers. Best regards, Sherry Hamby, Vicki Banyard, and Nicole Yuan Co-chairs -- Sherry Hamby, Ph.D. Editor, Psychology of Violence Director, Life Paths Appalachian Research Center (LPARC) Research Professor, University of the South 1016 West Main St., Suite 3 Monteagle, TN 37356 ResilienceCon 2018 will be April 29-May 1in vibrant Nashville, TN! Call for submissions now open!