2013 CAARP Annual National Summit
“Mentoring: The Power of Multilevel & Multidirectional Support and Information-Sharing Relationships”
UNC Charlotte Center City Charlotte, North Carolina
September 13 – 15, 2013
What is the CAARP Annual National Summit?
The CAARP Annual National Summit is an intensive three-day working session that engages university faculty, graduate/professional students, K-12 educators, community members and other practitioners and researchers from diverse disciplines and multiple perspectives in the collective identification of challenges facing the African American community as well as the development, presentation, and dissemination of viable solutions.
Late Registration (on or after August 17): $179 ($149 for undergraduate students)
Lodging: $79 + tax/night, Courtyard Charlotte SouthPark, 6023 Park South Dr., Charlotte, NC
Call for Proposals: Research/policy presentation abstracts are due by Wednesday, September 4, 2013. Submissions will be peer-reviewed and accepted on a rolling and space available basis, and selected presenters will be eligible to submit work for possible publication in one of CAARP’s refereed journals.
Submissions should relate in some substantial way to the Summit theme, Mentoring: The Power of Multilevel & Multidirectional Support and Information-Sharing Relationships. Given the significant divides in the nation and in our community between the haves/accomplished and the have-nots/neophytes, our vision with this theme is to build enduring associations, which foster a material exchange that boosts collective knowledge and generates many more productive Black leaders in all areas of life and society. Submissions should, therefore, link in some way with the broader mentoring theme.
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