The SHECP Summit will highlight and knit together diverse approaches, locations, expertise, and experiences aimed at the reduction and elimination of poverty. Scholars from all disciplines, students (graduate and undergraduate), practitioners, advocates, and activists within all sectors—public, private, parochial—are encouraged to apply.
Abstract proposals should not exceed 250-500 words (depending on session category) and will be accepted until November 15, 2019. A review process will rate each proposal based upon the following criteria: value/relevance of proposed presentation, quality of the scholarship/research/practice/policy, and the proposal structure/organization. Participants may submit (separately) up to two proposals as lead authors/presenters. Notification of acceptance will be emailed to the presenter/organizer by January 15, 2020.