Social Sciences Presentation Opportunities
Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters
The Academy is an interdisciplinary scholarly organization established in 1894 to promote exchange among researchers at colleges, universities, government agencies, research and business organizations. The conference aims to bring together scholars from the sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities.
Midwest Political Science Association
In the spring of each year, the MPSA holds one of the largest political science conferences in the discipline. The purposes of the MPSA are to promote the professional study and teaching of political science, to facilitate communications between those engaged in such study, and to develop standards for and encourage research in theoretical and practical political problems.
Midwestern Criminal Justice Association
The Midwestern Criminal Justice Association was founded in 1977 with the goal of fostering better communication and collaboration among criminal justice researchers, academics, and practitioners within the Midwestern United States and beyond. We are affiliated with the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, our national organization. We convene an annual meeting every fall which showcases some of the important work being done across the region.
Midwestern Psychological Society
Undergraduates who have collaborated on faculty-generated research may be coauthors on MPA papers as long as the MPA member is also an author and present at the meeting. Undergraduate students who are submitting their own work should submit through Psi Chi.
Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association
PCA/ACA host an annual national conference. In addition, seven regional divisions host annual conferences.
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