The AABSS is an interdisciplinary professional society designed to serve faculty and administrators at four-year colleges and universities. The annual meeting offers a collegial forum for participants to share research, ideas for professional development, and academic concerns in all areas of the Behavioral and Social Sciences. Student participation is encouraged.

The American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences
Eleventh Annual Meeting
February 7 – February 8, 2008


Paper presentations or workshops that deal with the broad range of subject matter of relevance to behavioral and social scientists are encouraged. Suitable subject areas include:

  • emerging themes and trends in disciplines
  • research in the behavioral/social sciences
  • issues in teaching
  • curriculum development
  • workshops on teaching
  • technology as a pedagogical tool
  • faculty and administrative concerns
  • working with students
  • international/global concerns
  • racial/ethnic/gender/disability issues
  • health and well-being

Relevant disciplines include:

Accounting/Anthropology/Behavioral Sciences/Business/Community Studies/ Economics/Communications/Criminology,Criminal Justice/Education/Geography/History/Family Studies/ Gerontology/Human Development/Human Relations/Human Resources/Labor Studies/International Relations/Psychology/Political Science/Social Work/Sociology/Urban Studies/Women’s Studies/Men’s Studies

To submit a proposal, complete the AABSS
Proposal Submission Form.