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Message ID: 10320
Date: 2018-01-16

Author:Sherry Hamby

Subject:ResilienceCon keynote speakers announced

Hi all, We are very pleased to announce our keynote speakers for ResilienceCon 2018. As you know, so much is happening nationally around so many important issues--from #metoo to transgender rights to supporting our immigrant neighbors. Yet, and, at so many meetings it just seems to be business-as-usual. We are delighted that we have persuaded some of our favorite colleagues to speak on the issues of the day: Maureen McHugh on "Speaking UP: Resisting sexual harassment" (she has great stories about how to be an activist and an academic!), Lauryn Farris, a nationally prominent transgender activist on "Resistance, Resilience, and Invisibility: Being Transgender in the World", with advice for being more gender-inclusive in your work, and Gabe Kuperminc, who will share insights from his strengths-focused work with immigrant youth, especially diverse immigrant populations in large urban centers, in a session entitled, "Prevention and Thriving for Vulnerable Youth: Lessons Learned though Studies of Immigrant Youth and Positive Youth Development". You may also know that have reconfigured our keynotes into Keynote Conversations. A presentation on their work will be followed by a more informal interview, where they will share some of their professional stories, lessons learned, and thoughts for others in a facilitated discussion. Learn more here: https://www.lifepathsresearch.org/invited-speakers-2/ There will be lots of time for discussion and the sharing of professional stories on these and other topics. We also need you! We love hearing about new work and new ideas. The ResilienceCon 2018 submission and registration windows are currently open: https://www.lifepathsresearch.org/resiliencecon/ Deadline for submissions is February 9! Best regards, Sherry Hamby and Vicki Banyard Co-chairs, ResilienceCon 2018 -- 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, We are very pleased to announce our keynote speakers for ResilienceCon 2018. As you know, so much is happening nationally around so many important issues--from #metoo to transgender rights to supporting our immigrant neighbors. Yet, and, at so many meetings it just seems to be business-as-usual. We are delighted that we have persuaded some of our favorite colleagues to speak on the issues of the day: Maureen McHugh on "Speaking UP: Resisting sexual harassment" (she has great stories about how to be an activist and an academic!), Lauryn Farris, a nationally prominent transgender activist on "Resistance, Resilience, and Invisibility: Being Transgender in the World", with advice for being more gender-inclusive in your work, and Gabe Kuperminc, who will share insights from his strengths-focused work with immigrant youth, especially diverse immigrant populations in large urban centers, in a session entitled, "Prevention and Thriving for Vulnerable Youth: Lessons Learned though Studies of Immigrant Youth and Positive Youth Development". You may also know that have reconfigured our keynotes into Keynote Conversations. A presentation on their work will be followed by a more informal interview, where they will share some of their professional stories, lessons learned, and thoughts for others in a facilitated discussion. Learn more here: https://www.lifepathsresearch.org/invited-speakers-2/ There will be lots of time for discussion and the sharing of professional stories on these and other topics. We also need you! We love hearing about new work and new ideas. The ResilienceCon 2018 submission and registration windows are currently open: https://www.lifepathsresearch.org/resiliencecon/ Deadline for submissions is February 9! Best regards, Sherry Hamby and Vicki Banyard Co-chairs, ResilienceCon 2018 -- 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!