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MACH 2020 Conference
Friday, March 27, 2020, 4:00 PM to Sunday, March 29, 2020, 12:00 PM EDT
Category: MACHS

 

ONLINE REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!

Hotel Booking Information

A block of rooms at a special rate have been reserved for the MACHS Conference Event.

Hampton Inn & Suites Cazenovia
25 Lakers Lane
Cazenovia, NY 13035
315-655-7666

To reserve a room, please call the Hampton Inn & Suites Cazenovia at 315-655-7666 and ask to be in the MACHS conference block. You may also book your room through their website here: Hampton Inn and Suites Cazenovia. In order to ensure you have a room and the group rate, please make your reservation by March 1, 2020.


Conference Pricing Information

To reserve a spot, attendees must be registered for the conference by March 19, 2020. Full Registration fees include: All workshops; Friday Dinner; Saturday breakfast and lunch; Sunday breakfast.

  Registration Rates Member 
Non Member
  Full Conference Rate for Students & Retirees $110 $115
  Full Conference Rate for Educators & Practitioners $130 $135
  Single Day Registration (March 28th) $95 $95


For registrants needing wheelchair accessibility, please contact [email protected] so we can ensure needs are met.  

ONLINE REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!

Keynote Speaker

Jennifer Nadler: https://thevoiceofasurvivor.wixsite.com/jennifer/

Jennifer Nadler is an international speaker & sexual assault survivor who speaks to all branches of the military worldwide, at state, national & international conferences, on college and high school campuses & for community organizations. She is a speaker’s bureau member for the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN), as well as for the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) and for Difference Makers 10 Strong. Jennifer is a certified therapeutic art coach and the founder and director of The Center for Creative Arts & Healing, where she works with people individually, as well as leads various support groups, using art to process their past trauma, present life circumstances or future goals and aspirations. At Vera House, Inc., Jennifer is both a member of the board of directors, as well as a sexual assault advocate. She has received several honors of distinction for her work including the “Exceptional Women of CNY Award” from New York State Assemblywoman Pamela Hunter, the “Visionary Voice Award” for New York State, made possible by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC), and the “Makers: Women Who Make America Award” from PBS. She has been featured in The Syracuse Post Standard, Syracuse Woman Magazine and Today’s CNY Woman Magazine. She was also the focus of a Public Service Announcement for the New York State Office of Victim Services (OVS). Jennifer is a certified teacher who earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in education at Le Moyne College, in Syracuse, NY, where she resides with her family. 


Luncheon Speaker

Martha Haythorn 

Martha Haythorn is an advocate, educator and an actor whose goal is to reduce the stigma related to disabilities.  She is an active woman involved in the theater, working several jobs and advocating for changes for people with disabilities.  
Martha will talk about her life experiences and her message for improving the lives of all people. 

 


Conference Call for Proposals

The 2020 MACHS conference held at Cazenovia College is requesting proposals for workshops as well as student poster board presentation proposals. The conference will take place March 27-March 29, 2020. Cazenovia College is located in Cazenovia, NY.

Workshops
The theme of the conference is “Trauma in Our Communities: Prevention and Interventions.”  Each proposal should identify how it relates to this theme.  The workshops will have students, faculty and practitioners so the information should be geared for that audience. Trauma has a very broad definition to include many populations and issues such as PTSD, school violence, addictions, domestic violence, to name just a few. We are looking for meaningful presentations and discussion about the impact of trauma on our communities, on families, on individuals, on schools and other institutions.

Presenters will have access to power point and computers for their presentations.  The time slots for presentations are generally 60-90 minutes. Requests may be made if additional time is necessary for a presentation. For those who will need additional time, please indicate the amount of time needed.

Student Presentations
The student presentations can have a broader scope beyond the conference topic. We are interested in students presenting their work, such as internships, research, projects or community outreach.  The student must be recommended by a faculty member in order to submit a poster presentation.

Time slots for presentations are typically 60 or 90 minutes long. Requests may be made if additional time is necessary for a presentation. For those who will need additional time, please indicate the amount of time needed.

To submit your proposals, save a copy of this document on your computer. Type your responses to the form. Please be sure to enter your name in the presenter information form.  Save your proposal Submission document in MS WORD or Rich Text Format (RTF) and UPLOAD using the "Submit Proposal" button below.  Proposals must be submitted by 02/07/2020 for consideration.

Click here to submit Proposal


Looking for something to do while you are at the MACHS Conference?

Turning Stone Resort & Casino has restaurants, shops, and entertainment. It is located 21 miles from Cazenovia College. More information can be found by clicking this link.

The Yellow Brick Road Casino in Chittenango is also owned by the same company, and is located 11 miles from Cazenovia College. More information can be found by clicking this link.

Destiny USA has various dining and shopping destinations as well as night life activities such as Dave and Busters, 5Wits, Escape the Mystery Room, and many more. More information can be found by clicking this link.


Transportation Information

Syracuse has a regional transit center serviced by Amtrak, OnTrack, Centro, Greyhound and Trailways and an international airport. Both facilities are approximately 35 minutes from campus and are accessible from I-81 just north of the I-690 interchange.