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Call for Papers


Civility vs. Activism Confronting Implicit Bias in Higher Education


  • Abstract submission due date: January 18, 2019 (extended)
  • Paper due date: February 5, 2019 (extended)
  • Presentation due date: February 5, 2019 (extended)

Abstract Topics

  • Mastering Civility: A Manifesto for the Classroom
  • Reclaiming Civility in the Classroom
  • Dealing with Racism/Ignorance
  • Re-imaging Diversity, Civility, and Activism
  • Survival 101: Curriculum Support for Preparing for the Future
  • Financial Literacy
  • Exercising Professionalism and Civility
  • Disparities Across the Globe: Place, Race, Class, Gender & Ethnicity
  • Teaching Social Activism
  • Social Action and Change: Opportunities, Resistance, Inertia, and Mobilization
  • Social Innovation for America's Renewal: Ideas, Evidence, and Action
  • Create Social Responses to a Changing Environment
  • Reduce extreme economic inequality
  • Feminist Thought and Activism, Beyond the Glass Ceiling
  • Activism and Social Change Among the Climate Change in Education
  • Ecojustice and Activism
  • Disability Support: Increase Advocacy for those with Special Needs
  • Academic Networks: Building Engagement Through Shared Interest
  • Self-awareness, Cultural Bias, and College Campuses
  • Assistive Technology, the Future of Supporting Disabilities We Don't Know About, Talk About, or are Unaware Of
  • Systems for Thinking for Improved Student Support
  • Managing Anxiety - Academic and Self Care Strategies
  • Changing Priorities to Ensure Your Success
  • Mental Health Strategies to Cope with Change and Harsh Environments