Interested in ResilienceCon 2018?
Check out previous years’ schedules and some pictures from ResilienceCon 2016 in Portsmouth, NH, and 2017 in Nashville, TN for a taste of what’s to come in 2018!
ResilienceCon goals include: 1) shifting violence research to a more strengths-based focus, and 2) “disrupting” the usual conference format to create a more interactive and forward-looking approach. To this end, we will not only discuss resilience-related topics, but also introduce several interactive communication techniques (based on Liberating Structures and other scholarship on group facilitation). Many of these techniques can also be usefully adapted to classrooms, staff meetings, and other groups.
Resilience Con 2017 Schedule:
Monday, April 17, 2017
12:00-2:00 Poster set up
2:00-3:00 Data Blitz with Dr. John Grych
3:15-4:15 Poster Session
4:30-5:00 Welcome with Dr. Sherry Hamby and Dr. Anjali Forber-Pratt
5:00-6:00 Keynote Conversation: Dr. Dorothy Espelage
“Building Protective School Communities through Social-Emotional Learning”
Conversation facilitated by Dr. Sherry Hamby
6:00-6:15 Closing with Dr. Dorothy Edwards
Tuesday, April 18, 2017
8:45-9:00 Opening with Martine Hébert
9:00-10:00 Keynote Conversation: Dr. Isaac Prilleltensky
“Mattering: The Role of Wellness and Fairness in Building Resilience and Strengths”
Conversation facilitated by Dr. Victoria Banyard
10:00-10:30 Break with coffee
10:30-11:45 (A1) Innovative communication techniques I: Troika and 15% Solutions; (A2) Perspectives: Understanding Children’s Contexts; (A3) Perspectives: Laughing Guide to Resilience, Resilience Story Demo
1:00-2:15 (B1) Current Conundrums: Promoting Community Based Participatory Research; (B2) 20×20 Symposium: Resilience in Schools and on Campuses; (B3) 20×20 Symposium: Children’s Protective Factors and Strengths
2:30-3:45 (C1) Current Conundrums: Using Strengths to Rethink Prevention and Intervention; (C2) 20×20 Symposium: Interventions for Resilience and Well-Being; (C3) 20×20 Symposium: Children’s Protective Factors and Strengths
4:00-5:15 (D1) Current Conundrum: Trauma, Resilience, and Social Justice; (D2) 20×20 Symposium: Family Violence, Advocacy, and Resilience; (D3) 20×20 Symposium: Strengths and Resilience in Rural Appalachia
5:15-5:30 Closing with Lyman Legters in Laskey Great Hall
Wednesday, April 19th, 2017
8:45-9:00 Opening with Nicky Hamilton, M.P.S.
9:00-10:15 (E1) Current Conundrum: Out of the Ivory Tower and Into the Community; (E2) 20×20 Symposium: Understanding and Building Resilient Communities; (E3) First Pages
10:15-10:45 Break with coffee
10:45-12:00 (F1) Current Conundrums: Issues & Innovations in Assessing Resilience; (F2) Innovative Communication Techniques II: Panarchy & 1-2-4-All; (F3) Resilience Portfolio Interview Demo
12:00-12:30 Closing with Dr. John Grych
1:30-4:30 Theory Boot Camp: Post Conference Workshop in Laskey Great Hall
Facilitated by Dr. Sherry Hamby and Dr. Victoria Banyard
(Additional registration required)
ResilienceCon 2016 Schedule:
8:00-8:30 Breakfast (included with registration)
Communication techniques: Secret Sauce and Impromptu Networking
9-9:30 ResilienceCon vision and framework
Communication technique: 20X20
9:30-10:30 Themes from UNH Resilience Track
(please attend at least 2 sessions from the UNH Resilience Track)
Communication technique: 1-2-4-All
11:00-12:00 Increasing your focus on resilience, strengths, & well-being.
Communication techniques: Troika and World Café
12:00-1:00 Lunch (included with registration)
1:00-2:00 Resilience Trade Show
Take home the tools you need for resilience-based work!
Browse , free, open-access tools for measurement, assessment, prevention, and intervention.
Communication technique: Trade Show (aka Shift and Share)
2:00-3:00 Next steps
ResCon mission statement. ResCon 2017: themes, call for papers, and tracks.
Communication technique: Jigsaw