Toronto, Canada | October 17, 2019
Welcome to the Group Preconference at SESP!
This years preconference brings together speakers developing and testing theories surrounding group processes and intergroup relations through a variety of lenses, groups, social contexts, and identities. In an ever changing and complex landscape of what it means to belong to or identify with groups, our speakers will offer new insights from social psychology to help deepen our understanding and spur new conversations, collaborations, and research ideas.
The day will also feature an Early Scholars Data Blitz. We invite advanced graduate students and post-docs to share their novel research with us. If you are interested in applying for this opportunity, please scroll down.
We look forward to having you join the conversation at this year’s Groups Preconference!
Early Career Scholars
Are you an advanced graduate student or early career academic interested in presenting your work at the Groups Preconference? We will be inviting scholars to present their work in a research talk during the Preconference.
Please consider submitting an abstract via this link.
Applications are due by August 15th at 5PM Pacific Standard Time.
Please register for the Preconference via the SESP conference website.
The Preconference is open to both SESP members and non-members. Anyone interested in research related to group processes and intergroup relations is welcome and encouraged to register!
When & Where
The Groups Preconference will be held Thursday, October 17, 2019 at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel in Toronto, Canada. We will meet in the Simcoe/Dufferin rooms.
Once the schedule is available, we will post it here.
Cydney H. Dupree
David E. Rast III
University of Alberta
University of Washington
Please feel free to contact the organizers with any questions you might have!