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2020 Theory Construction and Research Methodology (TCRM) Workshop

Nov. 10-11 | St. Louis, Missouri | Marriott St. Louis Grand Hotel

The Theory Construction and Research Methodology (TCRM) Workshop is a longstanding tradition within NCFR. Working papers on family theory and research methodology are reviewed, discussed, and strengthened in this unique, interactive environment, which is held on site at the NCFR Annual Conference.

TCRM sessions run from Tuesday, Nov. 10, through the morning of Wednesday, Nov. 11, at the 2020 NCFR Annual Conference in St. Louis, Missouri.

This year's TCRM co-chairs are Kani Diop and Daniel Puhlman. Contact them at the 2020 TCRM email address.

TCRM Registration

Conference registration will open in the spring. You may add the TCRM preconference to your full or single-day NCFR conference registration, or register for and attend TCRM sessions only (without attending the rest of the NCFR conference).

Professional registration: $50
Student registration: $35

 

Proposal Reviewers Needed

NCFR members are sought to serve as conference proposal reviewers. A high number of proposals is expected, and to ensure a high-quality program, all proposals will be blind-reviewed. Reviewers are also needed for the TCRM Workshop, and you may edit your sign-up form responses. Serving as a proposal reviewer is a benefit of NCFR membership.

Sign up form for NCFR members (You will be prompted to log in).

 

TCRM Call for Proposals

The deadline for TCRM submissions is March 15, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. PST. The call for proposals and application form are now available for PDF download below.