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CCPH 12th Conference

Community-Campus Partnerships as a Strategy for Social Justice: Where We’ve Been & Where We Need to Go


The Call for Proposals Deadline has Passed.

We look forward to seeing you at the CCPH 15th Anniversary Conference, April 18-21, 2012!


CALL FOR PROPOSALS

Introduction

Through the Call for Proposals we invite you to share your knowledge, experience and lessons learned with hundreds of colleagues who - like you - are passionate about the power of partnerships to transform communities and academe.

Click here for the Call for Proposals.

Click here for the Online Proposal Submission Form.

Click here for a sample form.




Important Dates

Proposal submission deadline September 26, 2011
Submitting presenters notified of decision on proposal November 2011
Deadline for presenters to confirm their participation December 2011
Registration opens December 2011
Early bird registration deadline February 3, 2012
Hotel reservation deadline March 23, 2012
Advance registration deadline April 10, 2012

 



Proposal Review Process

WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR IN PROPOSALS

In soliciting proposals, the conference planning committee has these main objectives:

  • To achieve the goals and objectives of the conference.
  • To highlight exemplary models of community-campus partnerships that serve as vehicles for social change.
  • To ensure that the voices of those most affected by the issue or problem are heard.
  • To ensure that sessions combine a strong depth of content and an emphasis on interactive and creative approaches to teaching and learning that stimulate discussion.
  • To ensure that sessions go beyond describing a particular partnership, project or issue to also (a) analyze what worked, didn’t work and why and (b) facilitate the ability of participants to apply the information shared.

HOW PROPOSALS WILL BE REVIEWED AND SELECTED

Proposals will be reviewed by members of the conference planning committee and CCPH staff. Proposals were expected to meet these minimum criteria:

  • Adherence to proposal submission instructions.
  • Relevance to the conference theme, goals and objectives.
  • Potential for engaging participants in substantive discussions.
  • Clarity of writing.

EXPECTATIONS OF PRESENTERS

All presenters must register for the conference. Submitting presenters must indicate their agreement with this statement included in the Proposal Submission Form:

"As the main contact for this proposal, I understand that if this proposal is accepted, all presenters are expected to register and pay the registration fee for the conference and that it is my responsibility to inform my co-presenters of this requirement. If presenter registration fees are not received by the due date indicated in the acceptance letter, the session will not be included in the conference program. I understand that this proposal may be edited to fit the conference program. I understand that CCPH will provide PowerPoint set-up and DVD player as appropriate. If additional audiovisual aids are needed, the expense involved will be paid by the presenters prior to the conference unless otherwise indicated in writing from CCPH.”

Budget now to attend the conference. The early-bird registration fee for premium individual or organizational members of CCPH will not exceed $450.

Organizational members can register all individuals named on the membership at the member rate. If you're not yet a member of CCPH, we encourage you to join today! CCPH members receive substantial discounts on fees not only for the conference but also for training institutes, technical assistance, publications and more! Learn more about member benefits and print an application at http://depts.washington.edu/ccph/members.html.

You may join online by credit card at www.RegOnline.com/8776.

For fundraising ideas, we recommend the article “8 Ways to Raise $2500 (or more) in 10 days (or less, sometimes)” from the Grassroots Fundraising Journal at http://depts.washington.edu/ccph/pdf_files/WaysRaise2500in10Days.pdf. Local foundations are possible sources of support, as this article about how a CCPH member raised funds demonstrates: http://depts.washington.edu/ccph/PM_020907.htm. If you need a letter of support to bolster your fundraising efforts, email us at conference@ccph.info and we would be happy to provide one!

Scholarship opportunities. Our priority for conference fundraising is scholarships to ensure the full participation of students and individuals from community-based organizations and countries with emerging and developing economies. Details on the status of available scholarship funding and application instructions will be sent when the submitting presenters are informed about a decision on their proposals. Check the conference homepage at http://depts.washington.edu/ccph/conf12-overview.html for the latest information.


PUBLICATION & DISSEMINATION OPPORTUNITIES

In addition to having their abstracts appear in the conference program, conference presenters will have opportunities to submit their work for peer reviewed publication and dissemination. Three such opportunities are described below. Details will be sent when authors are notified about the outcome of their proposal submission.

CES4Health.info is an online portal for peer-reviewing, publishing and disseminating diverse products of community-engaged scholarship that are in forms other than journal articles – for example, videos, training manuals, policy briefs, photo voice exhibits and curricula. We encourage authors of proposals submitted for the CCPH conference to consider submitting products to CES4Health.info at the same time. Products can be submitted at any time, but those received by January 2, 2012 will have the greatest chance of completing the peer review process and being published by the time of the conference. For more information, visit http://ces4health.info

Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education and Action is a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to community-based participatory research. Published by Johns Hopkins University Press, PCHP seeks to identify and publicize model programs that use community partnerships to improve public health, promote progress in the methods of research and education involving community health partnerships, and stimulate action that will improve the health of people and communities. Selected authors of proposals accepted for presentation will be invited to submit papers for publication. PCHP offers a substantial subscription discount to CCPH members. For details, visit http://depts.washington.edu/ccph/books.html

Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement is a free, open access, peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal that advances theory and practice related to all forms of outreach and engagement between higher education institutions and communities. Selected authors of proposals accepted for presentation will be invited to submit papers for publication. Learn more about the journal at http://openjournals.libs.uga.edu/index.php/jheoe/index



Questions?

Please email conference@ccph.info for any questions or for more information.

 


 



 

 
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