2020 SRA Biennial Meeting
2020 Business Meeting and Awards Ceremony
Thursday, March 19: 5:30pm-6:30pm
The 2020 SRA Business Meeting is open to all attendees. A brief report on the state of the Society will be given. Please join us to learn more about SRA and offer your input to the organization. The Awards Ceremony will be held immediately after the Business Meeting to recognize those who have made outstanding contributions to the field of adolescence. Be sure to stay for the Welcome Reception immediately following!
Thursday, March 19: 6:30pm-8:00pm
All attendees are invited to attend this event that follows the Business Meeting and Awards Ceremony. Honor SRA 2020 Award recipients and enjoy refreshments. Here’s an opportunity to reconnect with old friends and former colleagues and meet people from other universities or countries who may share your research interests. Cash bars will be available.
Special Poster Session and Reception
Adolescence in the Context of Domestic and Global Diversity
This special poster session and reception will focus exclusively on research that addresses diversity issues in adolescence both domestically and internationally. In addition to increasing the visibility of work that focuses on underrepresented racial and ethnic groups; sexual minority youth; individuals with disabilities; and individuals from economically, socially, culturally, or educationally disadvantaged backgrounds, this session aims to bring together scholars studying these important populations in an effort to maximize networking opportunities during the conference.
2020 SRA Presidential Address
Friday, March 20: 5:30pm-6:30pm
Friday, March 20: 6:30pm-8:00pm
All attendees are encouraged to attend this social event that follows the Presidential Address! Connect with old and new friends and colleagues as you enjoy refreshments. Cash bars will be available.
Meet the Scientist Lunch
Saturday, March 21: 12:00pm-1:30pm
This ticketed event provides a forum for student members to interact with senior scholars who have central roles in the field of adolescent development and the Society. For more information, visit the Meet the Scientist Lunch page.