International Child Phonology Conference 2010
Host institution: School of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology,
The University of Memphis
This is an updated announcement and reminder: If you have not submitted an abstract
for the International Child Phonology Conference, we have extended the deadline to
March 1, 2010. We will have an excellent program (though not yet finalized) including
a symposium on phonology in early hearing impairment, as well as sessions on bilingualism,
vocal development, methods and theory in child phonology, and prosody in child language,
in addition to a poster session. If you wish to submit an abstract please follow the updated instructions below which
include a “learner outcome”, because ASHA CEU’s (continuing education units) will be available for participating clinicians.
The International Child Phonology Conference will be held in Memphis, April 9-10 (Friday
and Saturday), 2010. There will be a reception for attendees the evening of the 8th of April at the conference
hotel, the Crowne Plaza, 300 N. 2nd St., Memphis, TN 38105 (toll free 888 233-9527
or 901 525-1800). Conference presentations will begin the morning of the 9th of April.
Individuals who reserve a room at the hotel by March 8th, and who indicate that they
are with the International Child Phonology Conference, will receive a rate of $109.
Registration (see registration form) by March 24th will be $50 for students, $95 for others. After March 24th the registration
fee will be $65 for students, $110 for others.
Proposals for presentations or posters are due February 8, 2010. Please send to firstname.lastname@example.org:
1. Authors' names in the order in which you would like them to be listed in the program
2. Title of presentation
3. An abstract (<200 words)
4. Your preference of presentation format (paper or poster)
5. At least one learner outcome (needn’t be more than one sentence). For explanations
Organizing committee: D. Kimbrough Oller, Linda Jarmulowicz, Eugene Buder, Pamela
Taylor, Anne Warlaumont, Heather Ramsdell, and Caroline Royal-Evans
This course is offered for up to 1.2 ASHA CEUs (Advanced level, Professional area).