Submission Form for Sessions and Papers to be Presented at the 2020 AACS Meeting
Thank you for submitting your work for presentation at the upcoming Annual Meeting of the Association for Applied and Clinical Sociology! The meeting will be held October 8-10, 2020, in Atlanta, Georgia.
Proposals for individual papers, full sessions, workshops, demonstration of applied/clinical practice, works in progress, or other creative session formats should be submitted using this form. To ensure full consideration, these proposals must be submitted by June 1, 2020.
Please do NOT submit poster presentation proposals here. Poster proposals should be submitted via the separate Poster Submission Form only (
) by July 1, 2020.
We look forward to seeing you in Atlanta!
Theme: “Making Sociology Actionable: Translation, Implementation, and Intervention Design for Social Change.”
In order to remain a vibrant discipline and meet the topography of the current job market, the discipline of sociology must engage in more effective translation, dissemination, and implementation of its data, methods, and theory. AACS is dedicated to advancing sociological application and practice both within and beyond academia. We invite you to join us at our annual meeting, open to all social and behavioral scientists and business, industry, non-profit, and government professionals. The meeting offers the opportunity to network with applied, clinical, and engaged public sociologists and other professionals interested in advancing the application of social and behavioral science both within and beyond academia.
AACS annual meetings attract practicing sociologists and other professionals from around the world. But AACS also has a reputation as a particularly student-friendly association. Our annual meetings offer mentoring opportunities for students and provide a number of competitive opportunities that contribute to student development. Students who attend AACS meetings are encouraged to submit their papers to the undergraduate and graduate student paper competitions, and student teams may participate in our popular Client Problem-Solving Competition.
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