Important Information about the Conference
conference program is now available to view on the website here. A very limited number of paper copies
of the program will be available on the day of the conference, as the
conference is going mobile with the Guidebook app. The program schedule will be available to download on
Guidebook on the first day of the conference and will be limited to one
download on one device per person.
At the conference, pick up a stamp card at the registration desk and attend 4 presentations (roundtables or symposia) and be entered in a drawing for an iPad Mini! You must be present at 4 pm on Saturday in Cardinal Hall A for the drawing in order to win.
If you have not yet registered for the conference, register here by March 15th to get the early registration price! Also don’t forget to book
your hotel and find fun things to do in Muncie while you are here!
If you are presenting a symposium, your presentation room
will be equipped with a mac laptop and will be connected to a projector or
monitor, so all you need to do is bring your presentation on a USB flashdrive.
If you are presenting a roundtable and require technology,
you will need to provide your own laptop and any necessary dongles to attach to
an HDMI cord.
If you are presenting a poster, your poster needs to be printed and attached to a trifold display board that is no larger than 48"W x 36"H, which you must provide yourself. Your poster should be able to be mounted with push pins, tacks, or binder clips onto your display board. You should arrive about five minutes ahead of the session, and you should remove your poster display board when the time period is over.
We are organizing a fundraiser for Friends Food Pantry in
Muncie. Please plan to bring canned goods and a few dollars for a chance to win
prizes and gift cards. This is an exemplary opportunity to support the Ball
State Department of Counseling Psychology and Guidance Services and the Ball
State community, and most importantly this deserving cause!
If you have any questions, please contact Kerry at email@example.com.
March 27 - March 28, 2015
The 2015 Great Lakes Regional Counseling Psychology
Conference—the 28th annual meeting—is
all about remaining engaged while responding to change. This year’s conference will be firmly rooted in the history of counseling psychology while
recognizing the importance of a changing future.
Our roots of advocacy, social justice, prevention and
strength-based interventions for diverse populations emphasize healthy,
adaptive change to developmental life tasks. During its 28- year history, the
Great Lakes Regional Conference has celebrated these roots and core values while
introducing graduate students to conference planning, presentations, and
edition will continue this history
while navigating the crossroads into the future.
Generously Sponsored by: