We would like to invite you to submit an abstract for a virtual conference hosted by the Harvard University Women in Psychology group. Please also save the date if you are interested in attending. Attendance is open to everyone and is free.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS — SUBMISSION PORTAL NOW OPEN
Harvard Women in Psychology’s Annual Trends in Psychology Summit (TiPS)
Harvard University’s Women in Psychology (WiP) invites abstracts for oral presentations and posters for our annual Trends in Psychology Summit (TiPS). The goal of TiPS is to promote and celebrate the work of women and underrepresented genders in psychology while learning about cutting-edge science. We also hope that this summit will serve as a platform for trainees in Psychology – especially early career graduate students, undergraduates, and research assistants – to share their work and learn from more established scientists. The conference will be held virtually and free of cost on November 12th, 2021.
The conference includes an exciting line-up of keynote speakers, including:
– Susan Carey, Harvard University
– Yael Niv, Princeton University
– Ann Kring, University of California, Berkeley
– Sylvia Perry, Northwestern University
Who can attend this conference?
Attendance is open to all, regardless of gender identification. However, to highlight the work of underrepresented genders, oral presentations and posters will be restricted to underrepresented genders (e.g., female identifying, transgender, nonbinary, and other gender minority ).
Dates and Details:
Due to COVID-19, TiPS will be held virtually, via Zoom and Gathertown. There are no registration fees or costs associated with this conference as Harvard University’s Department of Psychology has graciously funded this event.
Submission portal: https://forms.gle/cX9WFGHZEbmVM4Rb8
Submission Deadline: October 8, 2021
Conference Date: November 12, 2021 (beginning at 9am EST)
All submissions will require the following: (a) submission title; (b) 1,500-character abstract; and (c) two keywords. Submissions can be considered for one or more of the following presentation types.
Main Session Talk. A small number of submissions will be invited to present as part of our main session speakers. There will be four main sessions, organized by area. These talks will be roughly 10 minutes.
Data Blitz Talk. A small number of submissions will be selected to present during data blitz sessions. These talks will be roughly five minutes.
Poster Presentation. Posters can reflect research in any domain of psychology, and at any stage of development, including research that is in a pre-data collection phase.
Please feel free to forward this call for submission to your colleagues, as well as undergraduate students and research assistants.
We look forward to seeing you all on November 12th!
Seda Akbiyik and Kirsten Morehouse
Conference Organizers and Co-Presidents of Harvard’s Women in Psychology