8CEA (November 2-4, 2017)
We are excited to announce that the 8th biennial SSEA conference will be held in Washington D.C. at the Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill from November 2-4th, 2017. The goal of the conference is to bring together a multidisciplinary and internationally diverse network of scholars to advance the study of emerging adulthood (age range 18-29). The 2017 conference theme is "Emerging Adults as Change-Makers Around the World."
Expedited Review Notifications: 3.15.17
Notification of Decisions: 4.15.17
Travel Award Deadline: 2.15.17
Travel Award Notifications: 3.15.17
Stoop Stories Deadline: 7.15.17
Conference: November 2-4, 2017
Meet the people that have been instrumental in putting the 2017 SSEA Conference together.
Please see this page
for updates on travel awards.
SSEA is excited to announce that Brian K. Barber, Ph.D. will be the keynote speaker for the 2017 Conference on Emerging Adulthood. Dr. Barber is a New America Fellow in Washington, D.C., and Professor of Child and Family Studies and Founding Director of the Center for the Study of Youth and Political Conflict at the University of Tennessee. Please click here to visit Dr. Barber's website.
The 8th biennial Conference will also include Master Lectures from Scott Stanley and Elisabetta Crocetti. Dr. Stanley is a Research Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Denver (view his faculty page here), and Dr. Crocetti is a Senior Assistant Professor at the University of Bologna (view her website here). Also presenting are Ofra Mayseless, University of Haifa, who will present Caring during Emerging Adulthood and Larry Nelson, Brigham Young University, who will present Social Withdrawal and Flourishing vs. Floundering.
Formal dinner and "Failing as an Emerging Adult:
A Storytelling Show"
Come join fellow conference attendees for a night that is sure to be memorable on Friday, November 3rd. Registration will open soon for this event. For more information, please see here.
Sessions on November 2nd will focus on mental health, identity issues, and more!
Please visit here for more information.