The Latina Researchers Conference & the Chicago School of Professional Psychology

Posted: Apr 21 2014

Contact: Dr. Cynthia Guzmán
EmailCynthia@LatinaResearchers.com

Under the direction and guidance of Dr. Patricia Arredondo, First Latina President of the Chicago Campus of The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, and Latina Researchers Network’s Senior Advisor, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology committed to support the second Latina Researchers Conference scheduled to take place April 3-5, 2014 in New York City.

This second Latina Researchers Conference is expected to span three days of workshops, plenary discussions and networking opportunities on and by diverse researchers and scholars. Attendance is expected to be over 300 students, renowned experts, early career scholars, and professionals convening to discuss the state of various science and research oriented fields. The conference will include opportunities to share how under-represented women in primarily male-dominated fields, contribute to the advancement of science and community-based solutions.

To learn more about the Latina Researchers Conference visitwww.LatinaResearchers.com or email info@LatinaResearchers.com.

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About TCSPP: The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCSPP) is a nonprofit, accredited institution with more
than 4,300 students at campuses in Los Angeles (affiliate branches in Westwood and Irvine), Chicago,
Washington, D.C., and a robust online program. TCSPP has been an innovator in the field of psychology,
and related behavioral and health sciences for nearly 35 years. TCSPP offers more than 17 degree
programs and a wealth of opportunities for students to gain international experience through study
abroad and field placements.

About Latina Researcher Network: The Latina Researchers Network was founded to ensure successful academic faculty achievement among Latina researchers and under-represented scholars. Stay connected! Get latest news and updates via www.LatinaResearchers.com, follow them via Twitter on @LatinaRAS (Latina Researchers and Activist Scholars) and on Facebook athttps://www.facebook.com/latinaresearchers. To contact a member of the Latina Researchers Network team email info@LatinaResearchers.com

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