24th Annual Group Processes Conference

August 16, 2012
Denver, Colorado

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Thursday, August 16, 2012 from 8:00 - 5:00
Denver, Colorado

Location: Denver Hyatt, Mineral Rooms B&C

The Group Processes Conference will be held the day before the American Sociological Association's Annual Meeting (August 17th – 20th).

Following the tradition of the conference, we are putting forth our best effort to develop a conference that fosters advances in the scientific study of group processes.

Our specific aims are to:

  • Provide a showcase for recent theoretical developments
  • Focus on applications of theories of group processes to understanding generosity
  • Pay tribute to the work and legacy of Bernie Cohen
  • Broaden our community of scholars and encourage interdisciplinary investigations of group processes
  • Provide a constructive forum for faculty and students to share their work with others who are interested in the study of group processes

As the conference approaches, we will continue to update this website with pertinent information, including updates for the conference program. Please feel free to contact us if you would like any information about the upcoming conference that you cannot find on this website.

With your involvement, we are sure to make the Group Processes Conference a continuing success. Please feel free to bring this website to the attention of colleagues and students who may be interested in attending this year, particularly those who have not participated in previous years.


Attendees will also receive a 30% discount from Emerald, publisher of Advances in Group Processes.

For those of you planning to attend, please register at your earliest convenience. See you in August!

Jessica Collett, University of Notre Dame
D’Lane Compton, University of New Orleans
Kathy Kuipers, University of Montana
David Schaefer, Arizona State University


The Science of Generosity Project at Notre Dame The Department of Sociology at the University of New Orleans The School of Social and Family Dynamics at Arizona State University The University of Montana University of Notre Dame