July 2, 2016: REGISTRATION UPDATE

Online registration is closed, and the conference is near full. There will be the opportunity for on-site registration. 

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July 1, 2016: Mentor / Mentee Lunch Sign-up for Conference Attendees: 

On Friday and Saturday, we will have round tables set up during lunch, to facilitate mentorship and networking around particular professional issues. It will be relatively informal – a chance to eat lunch with professionals and students interested in similar topics. Please sign up at the following Qualtrics link if you’re willing to serve as a mentor, or would like to participate as a mentee: https://paloaltou.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_0e8XcBCEKwS9ZRj

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June 16, 2016: A Note for Conference Attendees

Join us for the Thursday Plenary + Reception: Everyone who registered for either the pre-conference (July 7) or the regular conference (July 8/9) is invited to attend the Thursday July 7th 5:15pm plenary talk, and the evening reception (6:30-8pm)

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The fourth biennial American Psychological Association Division 45 Society for the Psychological Study of Culture, Ethnicity, and Race Research conference will be held July 7-9, 2016 at Stanford University in Palo Alto, CA. The conference is co-hosted by Stanford University and Palo Alto University, and co-chaired by Dr. Teresa LaFromboise and Dr. Joyce Chu. The conference will feature outstanding plenary speakers and symposia on July 8th & 9th as well as professional development workshops and a Native American pre-conference on July 7th. Conference participants will have the opportunity to earn Professional Development Units/CEUs throughout the conference programming.

The Goals of the Conference are:

  1. Presentation of research related to psychological aspects of individuals from non-dominant racial and ethnic groups
  2. Career development of professional and student researchers
  3. Networking among researchers studying psychological issues of individuals from non-dominant racial and ethnic groups.

Stanford University is a large world-renowned campus in Palo Alto, California. The conference’s co-sponsor, Palo Alto University, is a short 10 minute drive away from the Stanford campus. Stanford is situated within the beautiful Northern California Bay Area just 37 miles south of San Francisco. The city of Palo Alto is vibrant community and a central location of technological innovation and development, within the heart of Silicon Valley. Stanford University is a 30 minute drive from San Francisco Airport (SFO) and a 20 minute drive from San Jose Airport (SJC) with direct flights from several major hubs. Take a well-deserved vacation for the July 4th weekend in any one of the Bay Area’s surrounding destination locations (San Francisco, Yosemite National Park, Napa Valley Wine Country, Lake Tahoe, Carmel, Santa Cruz, Half Moon Bay, Calistoga), and then end your vacation with an exhilarating trip to the Division 45 conference from July 7-9!

For general conference questions, please email APADivision45Conference@gmail.com or contact conference co-chairs Teresa LaFromboise (lafrom@stanford.edu) and Joyce Chu (jchu@paloaltou.edu).