We need your feedback!

Thank you to everyone who joined us in Chicago for the REA 2014 Annual Meeting. Please don’t forget to send us your feedback using our online evaluation forms: session evaluation form, PhD breakfast evaluation form, and the whole meeting evaluation form. Safe travels to all!

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Business meeting

We will have the latest information and agenda for the meeting available on our business meeting page on Saturday. The board will finalize the agenda on Friday. Until then, you can browse the nominees for board positions, and read the draft minutes from last year’s business meeting.

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Remember to read RIG papers!

Remember to download and read both papers before attending each RIG (research paper) session. You can download the entire proceedings at once, if you prefer. Some presenters had to cancel; the most current breakout groupings/schedule is on this website and will be on the Schedule in your 2013 Meeting folder.  

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Transportation to hotel

The best transportation option from O’Hare or Midway airports to the hotel is a suburban taxi that charges a flat rate (regardless of number of passengers). Trains do not run directly from the airport to the suburbs. To get to the hotel by train, one would go by train from O’Hare to downtown and then

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Registration now open for REA 2014

Online registration for the 2014 Annual Meeting is now available!   Please see the Schedule and various detail pages for Plenaries, Preconference Events, and Breakout Sessions for information about the various options for attendees so that you can decide on your choices before starting to register.  The form requires you to make those selections.  

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Tracing Violence’s Pedagogic Roots

Lasciate ogne speranza, voi ch’intrate | Leave every hope, ye that enter (Dante) I awoke today to a news alert that there has been another shooting at the military base Fort Hood in Texas, USA. The New York Times reports: “Fort Hood Gunman Was Being Treated for Depression”. Critical analytic skills went on automatic shutdown

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