Program Submission

Deadline: October 15th at midnight

Call for Proposals

Society of Vocational Psychology 2016 Conference

Integrating Theory, Research, and Practice in Vocational Psychology

May 16-17, Florida State University—Tallahassee, FL, USA

We invite and encourage you to submit a proposal for presentation at the 2016 Conference of the Society for Vocational Psychology. These presentations provide an excellent forum for all participants, including researchers, practitioners, and students to present their work in a relaxed and interactive setting. The SVP 2016 conference provides a unique opportunity to focus on the challenges and opportunities to better integrate theory, research, and practice in vocational psychology, as well as promote more evidence-based practice in our field. Plenary sessions, programs, roundtables, and posters by theorists, researchers, and practitioners, followed by discussions among these professionals and questions from conference participants, can help us raise awareness of the issues and suggest ways of productively moving forward. Ideally presentations will include examples of theory, practice, and research integration as well as suggestions and issues relevant to evidence-based practice.

Presentation Types and Program Submission Portal

Required Presentation Information

Conference Registration: Information is provided on the conference website: www.svp2016.fsu.edu

Presenters must submit a paid registration for the conference or their presentation will be rescinded. A $200 travel grant will be awarded to the student with the top rated proposal. All proposals with student presentation chairs will be considered for this award by the program committee. In the event of multiple presenters, the award will be given to the student chair of the presentation.

If you have questions or need additional information regarding program submissions, please contact Emily Bullock-Yowell, PhD at Emily.Yowell@usm.edu.