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APRIL 13th and 14th

Human Services Professionals are equipped to address the complex problems of society by drawing on a diverse set of skills to help individuals, groups, agencies, communities and societies.

The purpose of this event is to provide human services students, faculty, and practitioners the opportunity to
share their ideas, research and knowledge of the issues and topics relevant to the field of Human Services.
Topic should focus on the cornerstones of human service practice:

  • Problem Identification, definition and understanding
  • Collaboration
  • Recommondations and Best Practices
  • Advocacy
  • Cultural and Ethical Practices
  • Community Partnerships

Individuals and Group Powerpoint Accepted
Student Presenters May Present Without a Faculty Co-Presenter, But We Highly Encourage Working With Faculty
Poster Presentations Will Take Place in a Web Based Setting Allowing You To Present From Your Location
Student Sessions: April 13th
Faculty/Practitioner Sessions: April 14th

Call for Proposals

Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to share your practical or scholarly work
relevant to the field of Human Services.


New Proposal Deadline: March 1, 2017
For consideration, download instructions and complete proposal
submission form and submit by midnight(EST).

Please complete the proposal submission form and
email to Paige Krabill,