The CCC is an annual CPAGS event designed to exchange ideas regarding multicultural issues among professionals and graduate students from across California. We have a bunch of amazing speakers lined up, and hope you will be able to attend!
The 2012 CCC “Outside the Margins: Ethical Psychological Practice with Historically Marginalized Communities” will take place on January 28, 2012 from 8:00am – 4:00pm at The Wright Institute, which is located at 2728 Durant Avenue in Berkeley, CA.
Early registration begins on November 6, 2011, and ends on December 18, 2011 at midnight. The conference is FREEfor CPAGS members and early registration is $10 for non-members. After December 18th, registration increases to $12 for non-CPAGS members.
If you are non-CPAGS member and after attending the conference you decide you would like to join CPAGS, you will be refunded $10.
Annual CPA/CPAGS membership is $42. To become a CPAGS member click here.
To register for CCC click here.
Presenting Posters at CCC 2012
The 2012 Conference will also provide us with the opportunity for graduate student poster presentations. The posters can include dissertation proposals, dissertation results, or other scholarly research, with precedence given to those topics related to diversity and multiculturalism. You must be a graduate student in psychology to submit a proposal. The posters should consist of key information about your research topic, and may include paragraphs, tables, graphs, images, outlines, and diagrams, or a combination of methods that best represents your findings. The typical poster is a 24″ by 36″ black foam core board that will remain on display throughout the entirety of the Conference. During the lunch hour, presenters will have the chance to stand by their posters and answer questions from other attendees. This will also be a rich opportunity to see what other graduate students are investigating in their research, particularly in regards to issues of diversity and multiculturalism in the field of psychology.
To submit a proposal for the Cross Cultural Conference, please complete the Poster Presentation Form (downloadable by clicking on the icon below) and submit it with an electronic version of your poster materials sent to CPAGraduateStudents@gmail.com. Proposals are due by January 4th, 2012. If you have a research topic that you think might contribute to the Cross-Cultural Conference, please do not hesitate to submit a proposal! We look forward to hearing from you and seeing you on January 28th at the Wright Institute.