2020 RCRC Roundtable

RCRC RoundtableCall for Abstracts

Building a Relational Society
Through Multilevel Systems Change

Abstracts Due: July 1, 2020 at 5pm ET

Abstract Submission Form

Solving complex challenges often requires relational coordination among multiple entities at multiple levels of action. The 10th Annual RCRC Roundtable will showcase efforts where relational coordination across individuals, groups, organizations, and sectors have contributed to the development of innovative solutions, with a special focus on Building a Relational Society Through Multilevel Systems Change.


  • Presentation (20 min): Grouped by organizers into sessions with common themes
  • Session (85 minutes total): Includes 3-4 presentations
  • Tools Workshop (55 min total): Part of the conference, participants pay no additional fee

Submission Instructions

Please submit abstracts by July 1, 2020 using the online submission form.

Abstract (500 words or less) should summarize the project, context, methodology and findings or expected findings.

We encourage abstracts that are innovative and “break the mold”! 

Selection Criteria

  • Quality of the work (including scientific rigor for research abstracts)

  • Importance of the outcomes and implications

  • Novelty of the industry context and/or approach

  • Responsiveness to the Roundtable theme and the Relational Society framework

  • Relevance to the RCRC community

Notification of Acceptance

Applicants will be notified by August 31, 2020 if their project has been selected for presentation and how the virtual event will be organized. 

Accepted presenters will be eligible to register at the Presenter Rate. Student presenters will be eligible for complimentary registration. Presenters who registered for the Roundtable prior to acceptance will be refunded registration fee difference, if applicable.


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“Much of the content resonated with me, so much so that I found it very hard to choose between one breakout session and the next... As always, I found the mix of research and practice enriched the learning.”

2019 Roundtable Participant