Call for Poster Sessions at the 2023 National Rural Housing Conference
The Housing Assistance Council (HAC) is accepting proposals for its poster session presentation at the 2023 National Rural Housing Conference (NRHC).
HAC is providing an opportunity for researchers and policymakers to share their research and innovative ideas through a series of poster sessions. The presentation of posters will allow for one-on-one interaction with conference participants and enhances the exposure of your research since posters remain accessible throughout the conference.
About the Conference
The 2023 NRHC will take place from October 24th-October 27th, 2023 at the Capital Hilton in Washington, DC.
The biennial NRHC brings together rural affordable housing and community development leaders, practitioners, policy makers, funders, industry experts, and partners for four days of learning and networking.
The 2023 NRHC theme is Build Rural. Thriving rural communities don’t happen by accident. It takes collaborative effort, leadership, investment and planning to build equitable and just communities. Build Rural is both a literal and figurative appeal to explore and provoke action to build and renew rural communities by addressing housing affordability and preservation, community infrastructure and essential facilities creation and revitalization, resident led placemaking, capacity building, and community inclusion and justice efforts. Build Rural is a platform to share successes and best practices for addressing the nexus of housing and community development. It’s a space to highlight and enhance the narrative of rural America through presentations of stories, data, programs, policies, and approaches.
Important Dates and Information
|Abstracts Due: ***Deadline Extended***||July 1, 2023|
|Notification By:||August 1, 2023|
|Final Posters Due:||September 15, 2023|
|Conference Dates:||October 24 – October 27, 2023|
Questions? Contact Natasha Moodie and Manda LaPorte.
For questions, please contact Manda LaPorte (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Natasha Moodie (email@example.com). We look forward to your submissions!