SAVE THE DATE!

CCSS Annual Fall Conference

October 26, 2018

Four Points by Sheraton in Meriden

The conference theme is “Finding Our Voices: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Taking Informed Action.”

CALL FOR PROPOSALS 

DEADLINE: August 1, 2018


THANK YOU TO ALL ATTENDEES, VENDORS, STUDENTS, AND PRESENTERS FOR MAKING NERC 48 A RESOUNDING SUCCESS!



Join us at the

48th Annual Northeast Regional Conference on the Social Studies!

REGISTER AT THE CONFERENCE!

Keynote Presenters:

Larry Paska, Executive Director, NCSS
Bob Bain, Big History Project

For more conference information, including schedule overview, hotel registration, and press kit, go to the NERC48 webpage.

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NCSS Summer Institutes 2018

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