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The 2020 ACSP Annual Conference Will Happen!

Monday, May 11, 2020  
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ACSP staff are researching both in-person and on-line (virtual) options, and the Governing Board will meet in June to make a decision about whether we will be will be convening in person or virtually. We are very grateful to our local hosts – Ryerson University, University of Toronto, and York University – and are committed to honoring their many contributions many contributions to the conference thus far.

We received just over 1,200 abstract submissions – an ACSP record – almost 300 of which were part of the focal event on Racial Equity and Justice in Urban Planning Research and Education in the Face of Racialized Inequality. The review of all submissions is nearly complete, slightly delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The positive energy has been overwhelming. Our scholarship, learning, and the needs of our students, faculty members, and colleagues in practice continue, and ACSP will meet those needs.

For now, it is still too early to know which direction, in-person or on-line, ACSP 2020 will take. Please watch for your weekly Tuesday eNewsletter, and our social media channels (see below) for more information in June and throughout the summer.

Any questions about your abstract, please feel free to email abstracts@acsp.org.

Sincerely,

 

ACSP President
Marlon Boarnet, University of Southern California
 
boarnet@usc.edu



ACSP Vice President/President-Elect
Carissa Slotterback, University of Minnesota
schiv005@umn.edu


ACSP National Conference Chair
Gerardo Sandoval, University of Oregon
gsando@uoregon.edu



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