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Posters Wanted!

The OSPA Spring Conference Committee is soliciting individuals or teams interested in presenting Poster Sessions at the OSPA Spring Conference Thursday, April 4th, at the Hilton Polaris in Columbus.  Poster sessions are scheduled to take place from 4:30 to 5:30 PM. 

All school psychologists are welcome to present projects, initiatives, or research they have participated in/conducted.  School psychology students and interns are especially encouraged to share their research and projects.

 If interested in presenting, the Spring Conference Committee requests your information by March 15, 2019. Please complete the following Google Form to complete your application: 

https://goo.gl/forms/iQL7cq1lJfOu6lVI3

Abstracts (no more than 150 words) for your presentation will be included in a program that will be distributed to conference attendees during the session.

Individuals interested in having their work published as an article in The Ohio School Psychologist should indicate so in their applications; manuscripts will be collected at a later time.

If you have any questions, please contact Amy Bruno, Spring Conference Co-Chair via e-mail at abruno@miamioh.edu or via telephone at (419) 584 - 6323.

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