We invite college undergraduates, graduate students, student affairs professionals, researchers, advocates, activists, and other professionals to submit workshop proposals. You are welcome to submit as many as you like. Those focused on empowering and educating women of color are strongly encouraged.
1) Social-Justice Oriented: The presentation will educate/inform the audience about societal, cultural or other inequities and promote/discuss strategies that students may utilize to explore, challenge, or advocate for equity in the local, state, national, or global communities.
2) Intersectional: The presentation addresses the multiple facets of oppression, inequity, and discrimination by exploring the interactions and relationships between identity factors including, but not limited to, race, gender, sexuality, class, age, and ability.
3) Relevant for College Students: The presentation is relevant for college students and is intended to build their skills and knowledge of social justice issues and advocacy.
4) Interactive: The presentation format allows for dialogue with and participation from the audience. Creativity is encouraged.
Guidelines for submitting proposals:
Proposals that focus on skill development, practical application, and lessons learned/results are encouraged.
Workshops must include interactive elements and cannot be only lecture style.
Proposals must be developed for a 60-minute workshop.
Proposals are due by Friday January 8, 2016.
Proposals must be submitted via this form.
For any questions, please contact Chimi Boyd-Keyes at 919.645.0041 or email@example.com
Proposal submission does not guarantee workshop acceptance.
Presenters will be notified of acceptance status via email by January 15, 2016.
Please note that all information provided will be included in the conference program and marketing materials unless otherwise specified by presenter(s).