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Nurturing Developing Minds will be held February 28 to March 1 in Greenville, South Carolina. This regional continuing professional development conference attracts a wide array of professional participants and provides an interactive learning and networking opportunity for a broad, interconnected workforce.

The Institute for Child Success is partnering with the Children’s Hospital to sponsor the Early Childhood Research and Implementation Symposium in conjunction with the conference.

Theme – Creating Environments in which Children and Families Can Flourish.

The conference and symposium will address a range of critically important issues and themes relating to the health and well-being of young children as well as the systems and environments in which they live.

The call for session proposals is now closed. The Call For Poster Proposals is open until January 31, 2019.

We strongly encourage submissions from students and early career professionals. More details, including the full application, are here.

We are soliciting proposals around the following tracks:

  • Early childhood education
  • Promoting healthy child development
  • Autism and developmental disabilities
  • Special healthcare needs/chronic illness management

 

If you have technical difficulties with this form, please contact Megan Carolan. Note that once you begin the form, you cannot save and return to your work. You will receive an immediate confirmation after submitting as well as an email confirmation.

2019 Call for Proposal - Nurturing Developing Minds

    You may select more than one track if you feel multiple tracks are applicable. We will consider all applications regardless of track.
  • In no more than 1500 characters, please give a high-level description of your presentation, including the research question you consider, significant findings or conclusions, and structure of the 60 minute presentation. If you are submitting for consideration only as a poster, please share details on your research questions, findings, and methodology.

 

The ICS Research and Implementation Symposium is brought to you with support from Greenville First Steps.

 

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