The Society for the
Psychological
Study of Social Issues

    

SPSSI 2004 Biennial Conference
From Desegregation to Diveristy
June 25 - 27, Washington Court Hotel, Washington, D.C.

The fifth biennial convention of the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues will explore implications of societal diversity from a research, social policy, and social action perspective. The conference program will incorporate international representation and perspectives on a broad array of topics that incorporate racial, sexual, gender, developmental, physical, and cultural diversity.

Both basic and applied researchers will be an important part of the program, as well as social service providers and policy experts, social and political advocates, and individuals and groups who disseminate scientific knowledge to the general public.

The program will consist of invited addresses, symposia, panels, posters, roundtable discussions, and other innovative formats. We are also planning a student pre-conference and other program events of special relevance to graduate students. Proposals for symposia, posters, and roundtable discussions are invited from both members and non-members of SPSSI.

 

SPSSI President:
James M. Jones

Honorary Convention Chair:
Cheryl Brown Henderson
Executive Director
Brown Foundation

Convention Planning
Co-Chairs:

Shari Miles
smiles@spssi.org
Diana Zuckerman dz@center4policy.org

Convention Program
Co-Chairs:

Shari Miles
smiles@spssi.org
Michele Wittig Michele.Wittig@csun.edu


Research that produces nothing but books will not suffice.
                                                                                                                    - Kurt Lewin