Local and National Conferences

Local and National Conferences

The Cultural Conflict in the Workplace research community is consistently involved in several scholastic avenues:

 

UOP Southern Arizona Campus has provided opportunities to present posters, presentations, and workshops to the faculty. For several years, we were able to contibute articles to the Southern Arizona Intercollegiate Journal.

 

UOP Phoenix Campus has provided opportunities in presenting posters at their Research Symposiums.

 

UOP Knowledge Without Boundaries conferences has provided us opportunities to provide workshops in Phoenix and virtually.

 

American Association of Social and Behavorial Sciences conference in Las Vegas provided us the opportunity to present on cultural conflict in society

 

Police Chief Magazine  (International Association of Chiefs of Police) has published articles for us on leadership and cultural conflict in criminal justice. 

 

American Jail Association (AJA) has published several of our articles on parity issues, cultural conflict, dealing with offenders with special needs, and other topics.

 

Academy of Criminal Justice Sceinces (ACJS) (criminal justice professors) has annual conferences in various locations in the US. We have been regular presenters at the ACJS conferences since 2014.

 

There are numerous scholarship activities available in every field. List of journals and conferences are available in the UOP library. Explore the possiblities.

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