Present! Call for Abstract for Race, Ethnicity, and Disabilities conference 3/1/12

UPDATE: The deadline has been extended!

Call for abstracts is now open for the Race, Ethnicity, and Disabilities: State of the Science Conference in Arlington, VA! The deadline is December 15 (12/15/11).

This conference is hosted by Virginia Commonwealth University and is a great opportunity for professionals in the fields of rehabilitation, physical therapy, disability research, psychology, or any related field. In addition to our numerous presentations by internationally recognized invited speakers, there will be a poster session on March 1.

Submission guidelines and forms are included in the Conference Brochure.

You may also register online to attend: http://www.vcu-projectempowerment.org/registration/conference/index.cfm. Registration is just $100 for professionals and $50 for students before Dec 15!

If you plan to attend, leave a comment below!

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2 Responses to Present! Call for Abstract for Race, Ethnicity, and Disabilities conference 3/1/12

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  2. Deborah Murphy says:

    Looking forward to attending this comprehensive and critical conference. I a PhD candidate in Anthropology, at American Unversity, working with and studying disabled members of the armed forces. These sessions will richly inform my collaborative efforts. Appreciate the opportunity to hear and learn from subect area experts and fellow researchers.

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