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NCSS College and University Faculty Assembly 2018

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Decisions for the program were sent on May 16th. If you have any questions regarding the program please email the program chair. 

Please check out https://cufa2018.wordpress.com/ for more up to date information regarding the conference. 

College and University Faculty Assembly 2018 Annual Conference

Chicago, IL—Hyatt Regency November 28-30, 2018

Conference Theme: Expanding the Intellectual Contours of Social Studies Education in Troubling Times

Registration

Presenters and attendees will need to register for the conference at https://www.socialstudies.org/conference.

Lodging

Special rates for CUFA-NCSS hotels are now available. Please visit https://www.socialstudies.org/conference/travel to book your hotel. CUFA begins Wednesday morning on the 28th of November and concludes Friday with our Research into Practice sessions.

Pre-Conference Workshops

This year, the CUFA Scholars of Color Forum in collaboration with local Chicago Public School teachers, will host a pre-conference workshop related to advocacy for undocumented students. The goal of this pre-conference workshop is to foster dialogue around a pressing educational and political issue that is necessary for social studies educators at all levels to address. The workshop will consist of conversations with teachers and scholars as well as the co-production of resources for social studies educators to consider in working with undocumented students.

Workshop space is limited to 30 participants and will take place Wednesday, November 28th, from 11:30am-1pm. A grab-n-go lunch from the conference hotel will be provided for workshop participants. If you are interested in attending the workshop, please fill out the registration form and indicate your lunch selection. Registration will close once 30 participants have registered or by Friday, October 19th, at 11:59pm.  A waitlist will be kept in the case of cancelations.

Call for Nominations for the Early Career Scholar Award

This award, made to a scholar in the early (pre-tenured) stages of his/her career (with degree awarded during or after 2012), recognizes a significant program of research on important problems of theory and/or practice in the area of social education. The recipient of this award must be engaged in scholarly inquiry that extends a significant line of research, addresses new and/or persistent issues of concern to the field, fills a gap in current knowledge, or raises significant questions about extant knowledge. In addition, the awardee should be engaged in studying problems or questions that are timely and that contribute to current debates or dilemmas of theory and/or practice. The scholar’s body of work must be characterized by conceptual and/or empirical significance, rigor, coherence, and sophistication, and must hold potential to contribute significantly to scholarship in the field. Nominees must be members of CUFA at the time of the nomination. Candidates for this award may nominate themselves or be nominated by others (in the latter case, please ensure that the candidate is aware of the nomination and agrees to be nominated). Nomination packages should include:  1) a two-page letter explaining how the nominee’s research agenda(s) and publications meet the award criteria stated above; 2) a current CV, and 3) three recent publications that help make the case for the nomination (as determined in the letter).

Nomination packets are due to dlm098@shsu.edu.com no later than Friday, September 14, 2018.

Travel Grants

CUFA Graduate Forum Travel Grants

The CUFA Graduate Forum executive board is pleased to announce that we are once again able to offer eight (8) travel awards of $250 each. Please click here for more information about eligibility criteria and to apply. Please note that travel award applications are due no later than 11:59 PM (PST) on September 10, 2018.

CUFA Scholars of Color Forum Travel Grant

The Scholars of Color Forum Travel Award is designed to promote scholarship and collaboration within CUFA by faculty and graduate students of color. Funds may be used to offset the cost of travel expenses up to $250. Preference is given to first-time attendees and early career clinical and tenure-track faculty. Click here to apply!

Please note applicants may accept only one award from a CUFA forum.

Social Media

Please follow CUFA updates and feel free to tweet using the hashtag #CUFA18 on Twitter. In addition, CUFA updates will be provided through the organization’s Facebook page.

Questions & Inquiries

If you have any questions about the call, proposal submission process, or reviewer sign-up process, please contact Dr. Chris Busey, 2018 CUFA Program Chair, at CUFAConference2018@gmail.com.  Thank you for your hard work and commitment to the social studies education community.

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