2024 Summer Meeting

2024 Summer Meeting

The NCSPP 2024 Summer Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, August 6 and Wednesday, August 7 at Antioch University Seattle prior to the APA 2024 Convention in Seattle, Washington.

The full two days of the summer meeting will include CE sessions and committee meetings, breakfast and lunch each day as well as morning and afternoon coffee breaks, and an informal reception Tuesday evening.

Agenda

All times outlined are Pacific Time Zone.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 6

8:30a

Registration and Light Breakfast (e.g., coffee, pastries, fruit)

9:30a

State of the Council

9:45a

Presentation and Workgroups I:  Guidelines on Artificial Intelligence

The Education and Pedagogy leadership, Drs. Pate and Ellis, will present foundational information about artificial intelligence, its current use in education, research, and clinical work, and the potential ethical issues.  This will be followed by workgroups to (a) discuss the uses of artificial intelligence in the various tasks subsumed in the profession-wide competencies and (b) develop guidelines that could serve as a starting point for programs developing their own policies.  (CE credits pending)

12:00p

Lunch

1:00p

Presentation hosted by the Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity Committee (CE credits pending; additional information to follow)

2:10p

Presentation hosted by the Disability Committee Meeting (CE credits pending; additional information to follow)

3:20p

Women’s Issues Committee Meeting

4:25p

Research and Evaluation Committee Meeting

 

Evening Gathering (TBD)

 

 

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7

8:30a

Light Breakfast (e.g., coffee, pastries, fruit)

9:30a

Workgroup II (continuation of above)

12:00p

Working Lunch for Deans, Chairs, and DCTs

Concurrent:  Dean’s and Chairs Meeting, DCT Meeting

1:45p

Ethnic and Racial Diversity Committee Meeting

2:50p

Joint Diversity Committee Meeting

3:45p

Business Meeting

4:25p

2025 Mid-Winter Conference Kickoff

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