MESSAGE FROM THE LOC CHAIR
The Local Organizing Committee of ISPA 2020 is greatly honored to be hosting the 42nd Annual Conference of the International School Psychology Association in collaboration with the University of Cyprus and the Cyprus Psychologists Association, and with the professional support of Easy Conferences. We invite you to join us on our island for ISPA 2020 to be held under blue skies at the 5* “The Landmark Nicosia” in Nicosia, Cyprus between 14-17 July 2020.
MESSAGE FROM THE ISPA PRESIDENT
Dear ISPA members, future ISPA members and all other professionals interested in the field of school psychology,
We are thrilled to invite you to Nicosia for the 42nd annual conference of the International School Psychology Association (ISPA), that will take place from July 14th – 17th, 2020 in the wonderful Landmark Hotel.
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Conference Dates: 14-17 July, 2020
Call for Abstracts: 15 Nov, 2019
Deadline for Abstract Submissions: 1 Mar, 2020
Last notification of Acceptances/Rejections: 2 Apr, 2020
Early Registration Deadline (Reduced Fees): 16 Apr, 2020
Registration Deadline for Presenters (to be included in the Conference Program and Abstracts Book, primary author): 30 Apr, 2020
Pre-Conference Workshop Early Registration Deadline: 29 Jun, 2020
Pre-Conference Workshops: 14 Jul, 2020
Opening Ceremony and Reception: 14 Jul, 2020
Closing Ceremony: 17 Jul, 2020
Farewell Party: 17 Jul, 2020
06 Feb, 2020: Decisions on early submissions sent out;
06 Feb, 2020: Regular submission open
31 Jan, 2020: Registration is open
17 Dec, 2019: Registration fees and info added
16 Dec, 2019: Pre-conference Workshops added
09 Dec, 2019: Accommodation options added
15 Nov, 2019: Submissions are open
23 Sep, 2019: Circulars added
16 Sep, 2019: Important Dates updated
12 Sep, 2019: Promotional material available
04 Jul, 2019: The website is now online
University of Utah
School of Medicine, USA
University of Cyprus, Department of Psychology
VÍTOR ALEXANDRE COELHO
Académico de Torres Vedras/
Universidade Lusíada (Norte), Portugal
The history of Cyprus is one of the oldest recorded in the world and its historical significance is disproportionate to its small size. The first signs of civilisation date to the ninth millennium B.C. The earliest known foreign settlements on the island were mainly of Phoenicians and Greeks, with Phoenician culture dominating the island’s eastern and southern parts.
Cyprus occupies an important role in Greek mythology being the birthplace of Aphrodite and Adonis, and home to King Cinyras, Teucer and Pygmalion.
Nicosia is the capital of Cyprus; a status it has enjoyed for 1000 years since the 10th century, though its beginnings date back 5000 years to the Bronze Age. It lies roughly in the centre of the island in the Mesaoria Plain, flanked by the beautiful northern range of Kyrenia Mountains with its distinctive ‘Pentadaktylos’ – the five finger mountain.
The capital presents two distinct faces: the old, original part of the city, surrounded by sturdy Venetian walls over 400 years old, and a busy modern metropolis.
THE LANDMARK NICOSIA
Located since 1967 in the center of Nicosia city, THE LANDMARK NICOSIA is a world class hotel and makes the perfect base for exploring all the area has to offer. The five-star hotel is superbly located in the city center, next to the business and shopping district and within walking distance of the city’s historic sites, museums and art galleries.
The Landmark Nicosia offers an impressive selection of meeting facilities with flexible meeting spaces, including a ballroom, to accommodate all types of events.