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6TH ANNUAL DIVERSITY RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM -- Call for Submissions

Contributed by: Linh Littleford
Published: Tuesday, 29 April 2014 10:30 AM

6TH ANNUAL DIVERSITY RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM

FROM RESEARCH TO ACTION

October 24 and October 25, 2014

http://www.diversitysymposium.org

Ball State University

Muncie, Indiana

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

Deadline: July 1, 2014

Attention faculty, staff, students, and community members from all disciplines interested in transforming diversity research to action. You are invited to submit a 250-word proposal to present your diversity related work via a poster, talk, panel discussion, or facilitated discussion. Papers and research studies already published and/or presented elsewhere are welcome.



Join us at the 2014 Diversity Research Symposium to:

  • learn, interact, network, and share your ideas with experienced diversity scholars
  • meet and hear John Quiñones, Emmy Award-winning co-anchor of ABC news magazine Primetime and anchor forWhat Would You Do? speak about Changing Ethics in America
  • be selected to publish your work in our edited e-book, Diversity Research Symposium 2014: From Research to Action
  • be eligible for the following awards (Each award winner will receive a certificate, and each winning poster/presentation will receive a check for $200):
    • Creative Content Presentation Award: Outstanding poster or presentation judged to have the most creative and original content
    • Creative Methodology Presentation Award: Outstanding poster or presentation judged to have used the most creative and original research methodology
    • GLBT Presentation Award: Outstanding poster or presentation judged to contribute the most to the knowledge and/or awareness of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered issues.


We are seeking proposals that focus on transforming cultural diversity research to action, particularly those relating to disparities (medical/mental health, housing, economic, and education), applications (practical and clinical), education (teaching pedagogy, curriculum design), business, and social justice.



Questions, suggestions, and comments should be directed to Linh Littleford at lnlittleford@bsu.edu or 765-285-1707.

Please visit www.diversitysymposium.org to submit proposals.



SPONSORED BY:

The Ball State University Office of Institutional Diversity and the Department of Psychological Science

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