Center for Mindfulness, Compassion and Resilience 2020 Conference - Early Career Mindfulness Council (ECMC) Panel & Poster Abstract Submission Form
This call for abstracts seeks to assemble the best and brightest early career* mindfulness scholars to present their work at the ASU Center for Mindfulness, Compassion and Resilience annual conference on March 25th - 26th, 2020 held in Downtown Phoenix, Arizona. The conference theme is "Planting seeds: Rooting in mindfulness for thriving communities" but the ECMC welcomes abstracts from all topic areas, with a focus on high quality research, theory development, model testing, innovative research designs, use of technologies, and applications of mindfulness science.
*Early Career is defined as a student or an individual within 10 years of their terminal degree and not yet tenured
Abstracts Due: January 15th 2020
Email acceptance letters: February 1st 2020
Confirm or decline: February 15th 2020
Conference presentation: March 25th - 26th 2020
If your abstract is accepted you will receive a conference registration waiver.
For questions, please email
Presenting author's full name
Co-authors' names (if applicable)
Presenting author's email address
Post-Bachelor's not currently enrolled in graduate school
Would you like to be considered for a Poster or Panel Presentation?
Poster or Panel
Title of Presentation
Please limit your abstract to 1800 characters (about 300 words). All abstracts must include the following sections: Introduction, Methods, Results/Findings, Discussion. Project proposals are welcome, but please include the expected timeline for data collection and if the results will be presented at the time of the conference.
Abstract (1800 Character Limit)
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