Planning to attend MUPC 2013?
Anyone - students, staff, and faculty - who has yet to register and still wants to attend MUPC must now register at the conference. Registration opened on Monday, March 4th and closed April 8th.
Presentation proposals for MUPC 2013 can no longer be submitted.
The deadline for submitting a proposal was Wednesday, April 3rd.
Click here for presentation formatting instructions for MUPC 2013.
The 2013 MUPC Program: Click here!
MUPC General Schedule:
8:00-10:50 AM Registration
8:45-9:40 Poster Session I, Paper Session 1, and Paper Session 2
9:50-10:45 Poster Session II, Paper Session 3, and Paper Session 4
11:00-12:00 Keynote Speaker
1:25-2:20 Poster Session III, Paper Session 5, and Paper Session 6
2:35-3:30 Poster Session IV, Paper Session 7, and Paper Session 8
General Information and FAQs about MUPC 2013
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Campus map and directions to MUPC 2013
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More questions about MUPC 2013?
Contact one of the members of the 2013 MUPC Planning Committee:
Dr. Greg Robinson-Riegler, University of St. Thomas
Julie Jepma, University of St. Thomas
Dr. Tonia Bock, University of St. Thomas
Behind the MUPC 2013 Keynote:
Sarah Gervais, Ph.D., University of Nebraska
Dr. Gervais has a dual Ph.D. in Psychology and Women's Studies from the Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Gervais' research examines power and subtle prejudice. Examining behaviors like the objectifying gaze, patronization, and interpersonal confrontation, Dr. Gervais has found that the discriminatory acts of powerful people are often more subtle and nuanced than previously thought, but they still have negative consequences for recipients. Dr. Gervais also examines the relationship between subtle prejudice, public policy and law.