2012 Northwest Community Research and Action Conference
Friday, October 12, 2012
9 am - 6 pm
Lewis and Clark College, Portland, Oregon
This annual conference is organized by community psychology graduate students in the region as a means for sharing research in progress, reflections on community action projects, dialogues on contemporary issues in social research, and issues of diversity and social justice.
Conference participants will enjoy this opportunity to become familiar with cutting-edge strategies for community-based research and share ideas on how such projects can make a difference.
Graduate and undergraduate students, as well as community members, professionals in the non-profit sector, and faculty, are invited to propose presentations in a variety of formats: paper (20 min), roundtable (50 min), multimedia, posters, and innovative sessions.
Note: This conference has previously been called the Ecological-Community conference (or ECO) and is organized in informal affiliation with the Society for Community Research and Action (Div 27 of the American Psychological Association).
Proposals should include: presentation title, presenter(s), program affiliation(s) or organization, 150-word summary.