ISPA 2021 IS GOING HYBRID
We are honoured to host the first hybrid conference of ISPA and we look forward to welcome all of you.
PRESENT, PARTICIPATE, DISSEMINATE, CONNECT, AND NETWORK WITH ON-SITE OR ONLINE PARTICIPATION!
Opportunity for new submissions – Flexible Registration – Live and Online Networking Opportunities – Conference Platform – An exciting program that accommodates more time zones – Interactive and engaging live sessions – Continued Access to on-demand sessions and materials – Accredited Pre-Conference Workshops by leaders in the field – and more!
MESSAGE FROM THE LOC CHAIR
The Local Organizing Committee of ISPA 2021 is greatly honored to be hosting the 42nd Annual Conference of the International School Psychology Association in collaboration with the University of Cyprus and the Cyprus Psychologists Association, and with the professional support of Easy Conferences. We invite you to join us onsite in Cyprus or online via a dedicated platform for ISPA 2021 HYBRID between 13-16 July 2021.
MESSAGE FROM THE ISPA PRESIDENT
Dear ISPA members, future ISPA members and all other professionals interested in the field of school psychology,
We are thrilled to invite you to Nicosia for the 42nd annual conference of the International School Psychology Association (ISPA), that will take place from 13 to 16 July, 2021 in the wonderful Landmark Hotel.
Registration is open
Registration deadline for presenters: 30 April 2021
22 Apr, 2021: Guidelines for Paper Presentations
22 Apr, 2021: Guidelines for Poster Presentations are now available
22 Apr. 2021: Opening Ceremony and Welcome Reception moved to July 14th 2021
22 Apr, 2021: Change of Venue: University of Cyprus
22 Apr. 2021: Deadline to apply for Cal Catteral Financial Aid to attend ISPA 2021 has been extended to May 31st 2021
02 Apr, 2021: Early Registration Extended to May 15th 2021
02 Apr, 2021: New Submissions Decisions sent to authors
09 Mar, 2021: Submissions are now closed
05 Feb, 2021: Notification for amendments to rollover submissions
15 Jan, 2021: New Call of Abstracts with NEW Hot Topic
22 Dec, 2020: ISPA 2021 is now HYBRID
20 Dec, 2020: NEWLY discounted early registration rates for students for online participation
18 Dec 2020: ISPA 2021 website launched
Submissions are now closed
Mar 09th 2021
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NEW CALL FOR ABSTRACTS! Submissions Open: 15 Jan 2021
NEW! Amendments to Accepted Submissions: 1 March 2021
Submissions Close: 8 March 2021
Submissions Notifications: 30 March 2021
Early Registration Closes (Reduced Fees): 16 April 2021 15 May 2021
Registration for Presenters Closes (to be included in the Conference Program and Abstracts Book, primary author): 30 April 2021
Time Slot Requests by ISPA Committees/Task Forces/Working Groups Chairs Deadline: 30 April 2021
Pre-Conference Workshop Early Registration Deadline: 29 Jun, 2021
Deadline for Video uploading: 31 May, 2021
Conference Dates: 13 – 16 July 2021
Pre-Conference Workshops: 13 Jul, 2021
Opening Ceremony and Reception: 13 14 Jul, 2021
Closing Ceremony and Farewell Party: 16 Jul, 2021
NEW! Post Conference Workshops: 17 Jul, 2021
University of Utah
School of Medicine, USA
University of Cyprus, Department of Psychology
VÍTOR ALEXANDRE COELHO
Académico de Torres Vedras/
Universidade Lusíada (Norte), Portugal
The history of Cyprus is one of the oldest recorded in the world and its historical significance is disproportionate to its small size. The first signs of civilisation date to the ninth millennium B.C. The earliest known foreign settlements on the island were mainly of Phoenicians and Greeks, with Phoenician culture dominating the island’s eastern and southern parts.
Cyprus occupies an important role in Greek mythology being the birthplace of Aphrodite and Adonis, and home to King Cinyras, Teucer and Pygmalion.
Nicosia is the capital of Cyprus; a status it has enjoyed for 1000 years since the 10th century, though its beginnings date back 5000 years to the Bronze Age. It lies roughly in the centre of the island in the Mesaoria Plain, flanked by the beautiful northern range of Kyrenia Mountains with its distinctive ‘Pentadaktylos’ – the five finger mountain.
The capital presents two distinct faces: the old, original part of the city, surrounded by sturdy Venetian walls over 400 years old, and a busy modern metropolis.
UNIVERSITY OF CYPRUS
The University of Cyprus (https://www.ucy.ac.cy/en/) was established in 1989 and admitted its first students in 1992. It was founded in response to the growing intellectual needs of the Cypriot people, and is well placed to fulfil the numerous aspirations of the country. The University is a vigorous community of scholars engaged in the generation and diffusion of knowledge. Despite its brief history, the University of Cyprus has earned the respect of the international academic community and the appreciation of Cypriot society.