Purpose in a Diverse Society will take place in St. Louis, Missouri on October 27-28, 2017. This conference will address topics such as the role of purpose in promoting comfort with diversity, how diversity experiences may help individuals find a direction for life, and how different forms of diversity are associated with life goal commitment. Events will include a series of talks by speakers from across the country, a poster session, and other activities on the Washington University campus.

This conference is co-hosted and sponsored by PRYDE at Cornell University

What is the schedule of events?

More information regarding talks and event times will be released in late September.

Who will be speaking at this conference?

Jennifer Richeson, Anthony Ong, Seana Moran, Rachel Sumner, Onnie Rogers, Lisa Kiang, Adia Harvey Wingfield, Rodica Damian, Todd Kashdan, Teresa Cardador, and Anthony Burrow.

Click here for a detailed list of conference speakers.

How can I apply to present a poster?

Applicants should submit a poster title, lead and contributing authors (name, credentials, organization), and a maximum 300 word abstract to gemmabaugh@wustl.edu by Friday, October 6.