5th Annual Symposium Innovations in Workforce Resilience
CALL FOR STUDENT POSTERS The Florida Institute for Child Welfare is hosting its 5th annual Symposium on Monday May 9th and Tuesday May 10th and will focus on
Proposal Preparation Instructions Please include the following in your submission:
Innovations in Workforce Resilience.
A cover page with presenter(s) contact information and poster title
The Institute is currently seeking doctoral student-led proposals for poster presentations on innovative child welfare research related to:
An overview of the proposed poster (maximum 100 words)
At least three learning objectives for the audience (maximum 50 words each)
A proposal narrative (maximum 750 words)
Recruitment and onboarding
Worker health or mental health
Diversity, equity, and inclusion
Submit your proposals to Dr. Lisa Magruder, Institute Program Director of Science and Research, at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 5:00 p.m. EST on February 21, 2022. Proposal decisions will be emailed on or before March 21, 2022. Questions can be directed to Dr. Magruder.
Proposals should include discussion of implications for policy or practice in Florida. Hardcopy posters will be displayed throughout the symposium, with presenters expected to be available for questions during a designated session. Details will be confirmed with selected presenters. The poster presentation must be led by a student currently enrolled in a doctoral program in Florida. There can be up to two additional presenters on the proposal, who do not need to be doctoral students. We encourage proposals from students in various disciplines. Doctoral student presenters will each receive a $250 honorarium and travel expenses for their participation.
Call for Proposals Released
January 10, 2022
Deadline for Proposal Submission
February 21, 2022 5:00 PM EST
March 21, 2022
May 9-10, 2022
NOTE: To prioritize the safety and health of our community, the Institute will monitor CDC recommendations regarding large group gatherings during COVID-19. If necessary, the symposium (including poster sessions) will be held virtually.
Jessica Pryce, Ph.D., Director
2139 Maryland circle, Suite 1100, Tallahassee, FL 32303 FICW.FSU.EDU
About the Florida Institute for Child Welfare The Florida Institute for Child Welfare seeks to promote safety, permanency, and well-being among the children and families of Florida that are involved with the child welfare system. To accomplish this mission, the Institute sponsors and supports interdisciplinary research projects and program evaluation initiatives that contribute to a dynamic knowledge base relevant for enhancing Florida’s child welfare outcomes. The Institute collaborates with community agencies across all sectors and other important organizations in order to translate relevant knowledge generated through ecologically-valid research, policy analysis, and program evaluation. This is best achieved through the design and implementation of developmentally targeted and trauma-informed strategies for children and families involved in the child welfare system. For more information about the Institute please visit our website: ficw.fsu.edu