CREA Call for Papers Deadline Extended to February 27!

After numerous requests, “for just a little more time”, we have decided to extend the deadline (February 20, 2017) for the Center for Culturally Responsive Evaluation and Assessment (CREA) 4th International Conference (September 27-29), Evidence Matters: Culturally Responsive Evaluation and Assessment Translating to Action and Impact in Challenging Times call for papers ( ) to February 27, 2017.

We are also very pleased to announce that: Drs. Teresa LaFromboise (Professor of Developmental & Psychological Sciences, Graduate School of Education, and Chair Native American Studies, Stanford University); Robin L. Miller (Professor of Ecological-Community, Department of Psychology, Michigan State University); and Guillermo Solano-Flores (Professor of Developmental & Psychological Sciences, Graduate School in Education, Stanford University)  are confirmed to deliver keynote addresses with Dr. Ernie House (Professor Emeritus University of Colorado-Boulder) also delivering a featured plenary session presentation.

As expected, many are strongly resonating with the conference theme and purpose statement that is guiding our preparation. We are looking forward to the symposia, papers, and roundtable discussions that will also make major contributions to the work we must undertake during our time together.  This excitement is further amplified as a result of the American Evaluation Association’s Race and Class Dialogue ( to be held on September 28 in conjunction with our conference, as well as in San Antonio during the time of the AERA Annual Meeting.

Please share this information with your respective networks and we look forward to your submissions as well as seeing you at the conference. If you have any questions or difficulty with our proposal submission or conference registration system do not hesitate to contact us at: