Men, Women, & Violence: Everyone Matters
In partnership with The Community Engagement Center & The Center for Women and Families
March 27-28, 2013
Hunter Conference Center on SUU Campus
Presentation and Call for Papers deadline is on February 15.
National Association of Social Work approved Continuing Education Credits available
The Men, Women, and Violence: Everyone Matters conference explores practical paths of action and theory related to issues of violence and gender. Presentations address issues from an academic, professional, and community perspective.
Award-winning journalist and author of I Closed My Eyes.
"She is One of Us: The Myths of Domestic Violence"
Wednesday, March 27, 7:00, Great Hall
Free Workshop: "Writing the Memoir"
Dr. Catherine Richardson
Metis Assistant Professor of Social Work at the University of Victoria
"What We Already Know and Do! - Conversations about Dignity and Responses to Violence"
Thursday, March 28, 11:30 Great Hall
There will be a Blessing of the Space at 11:45 preceding Dr. Catherine Richardson’s keynote by Damon Polk (Kwatsan/San Carlos Apache). Damon Polk is a Substance Abuse Counselor/CADC II with the Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah/ Behavioral Care.
Please be seated by 11:45.
Following the keynote an Expression of Appreciation will be presented by Tahnya Blackhorse, (Northern Ute/Navajo Artist).
The above events are free and open to the public.
The registration fee for the conference is waived for SUU personnel and students. However, please register if you plan to attend the conference.
Display tables for non-profit organizations will be available during the conference. Please contact Earl Mulderink, Director of the Community Engagement Center, no later than March 1 to discuss display and registration options. Call 435-865-8341 or email email@example.com for more information.
Call For papers: February 15
Early Conference Registration: March 19
Final Conference Registration: March 22
The Provost's Office, the College of Humanities and Social Sciences; The Department of History, Sociology, and Anthropology; the Department of English; The Utah Women in Higher Education Network; and Planned Parenthood Association of Utah.