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National Conference for the Association for Women in Psychology

March 7 – 10, 2013

Attending this conference is a rare and wonderful opportunity to join a large contingent of feminist social justice activists, practitioners, academics, and students from around the United States and the world as we celebrate International Women’s Day and a long tradition of AWP annual conferences.

The conference will offer a rich and amazing selection of pre-conference half-day and full-day workshops presented by some of our local, national, and international participants including our two keynote presenters, Ouyporn Khuankaew and Jennifer Nez Denetdale. Ouyporn and Kathryn Norsworthy will facilitate a full day interactive workshop on “Mindful Feminist Activism: Allies for Social Change.” Jennifer Denetdale’s ½ Day workshop, “We Were Always Warriors: Theory and Praxis of Indigenous Feminisms,” will explore the significance of feminist thought through the lens of indigenity, reflecting upon the usefulness of indigenous feminisms for everyone. For a full description and schedule of all pre-conference workshops, go to the registration link on the 2013 Conference website. All pre-conference workshops will offer continuing education credits for those who choose to register for CEUs.

An AWP conference is not only a rich and diverse program of papers, structured discussions, workshops, symposia, and wellness activities, but also a festival of connections, celebrations, entertainment, and dancing! The best way to experience AWP 2013 is through full registration and, ideally, lodging at our conference hotel where you won’t miss any of the action. Check out our website frequently to stay in tune with conference information and register before our early registration deadline to take advantage of rates, and our awesome conference souvenirs. 


Contact Us

A. Ray Olpin Union
200 S. Central Campus Dr
Room 411
Salt Lake City, UT 84112


Monday - Friday 8:00am–5:00pm
Closed Tuesday 9:00am–11:00am

Closed in observance of all state and federal holidays.


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Last Updated: 2/2/17