More information can be found at: http://sipconvention.org/
To register for the retreat and conference: https://sipconvention.org/Registration.cfm
Abstracts are being accepted until April 1st.
To submit an abstract please go to: https://sipconvention.org/Abstracts.cfm
This includes poster abstracts. Posters are a great way to discuss and further inform our ideas. They do not have to be limited to typical research studies and can include well-developed proposals. Please email me (Melissa.firstname.lastname@example.org) if there are topics on which you would like to see at the upcoming convention. We would like to continue to have more students submit abstracts.
SIP is an official APA CE sponsor. Fees for CEs: Programming of 1 hour is $20 and 1.5 hours is $30. Last year we had 9 CE credits available and offered a discounted rate of $150 for all 9 CEs offered during the convention. We plan to have a similar offer this year, once the total number of CE eligible sessions have been determined. Those who would like CEs must attend the entire session for which they want CEs. You can pay for your CEs during registration on Monday morning at Convention. We will take cash, check, and card.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT THE SIP CONFERENCE & RETREAT
On behalf of the Department of Psychology at Utah State University and the Executive Council of the Society of Indian Psychologists, we are excited to announce the Call for Papers and Presentations for the 32nd Annual Convention of American Indian Psychologists and Psychology Graduate Students (aka The SIP Convention) which is being held on June 24 & 25, 2019 at Utah State University. The conference is being held in the Taggert Student Center on the USU Logan Campus. Registration for the conference is $10 and includes breakfast both days and lunch on Tuesday.
There will also be a retreat prior to the conference at the Franklin Basin Horse Camp and Bear Lake Training Center Friday, June 21st through Sunday, June 23rd. Registration for the retreat is $10 and includes breakfast and lunch Saturday and Sunday, as well as dinner Friday and Saturday. The retreat is a great opportunity to get to know people before the conference in a relaxed atmosphere. Lodging (dorm-style rooms with bunk beds) is available at the training center and camping is available at the horse camp. Families are welcome!
Society of Indian Psychologists Retreat and Convention June 21st -25th, 2019
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