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15th SRA Biennial Meeting
March 20 - 22, 2014

Browse the complete 2014 Online Program
or download the full Program pdf as there
will not be a printed program book at the meeting.
Download the SRA Mobile App by visiting your phone App Store and search for 'SRA 2014' or
use the auto detect url on your phone

Hilton Austin Hotel
500 East 4th Street
Austin, Texas

Thank you to all who submitted to the 2014 Biennial Meeting! Decision notifications were emailed to all authors mid-December 2013. Please email if you did not receive one. 

2014 SRA Review Panel Rosters  |  Decision Statistics 2000-2014

Social Justice is the theme that is guiding the 2014 Invited Program, The invited program will include scholars from diverse fields and perspectives who will give attention to equity in economic, political and social rights for adolescence.

Please meet the Program Co-Chairs organizing the 2014 Biennial Meeting:

                  Connie FlanaganDan Hart               
  Connie FlanaganDan Hart 
    University of
Rutgers University 

SRA is excited to be collaborating this year with the Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine (SAHM). SAHM's national meeting will take place in Austin immediately following the SRA meeting. SAHM participants are invited to come a day early and purchase a Saturday one-day registration for $175 to attend sessions of their choosing at the SRA meeting. SRA participants are encouraged to stay a day later and take advantage of SAHM's special one-day rate of $175 ($100 for students) to attend sessions on Sunday at the SAHM meeting. SAHM's regular one-day rate is $275. There will also be a joint session on Saturday evening featuring the leadership of both societies.

SRA is pleased to announce a special event during the biennial meeting on Friday morning: “Adolescence in Diverse Contexts” Poster Session Reception and Breakfast Hour. This special poster session with a reception will focus exclusively on research that addresses diversity issues in adolescence. The purpose of this session is to increase the representation of work that focuses on underrepresented racial and ethnic groups; sexual minority youth; individuals with disabilities; and individuals from economically, socially, culturally, or educationally disadvantaged backgrounds. Coffee and refreshments will be served.

Questions? Contact Anne Perdue (

Volunteer at the Biennial Meeting and receive free registration!

  • Volunteers must be student members or new professional members of SRA.
  • All volunteers must register for the meeting and will receive a refund 3 to 4 weeks after the meeting.
  • All volunteers must complete six credits worth of shifts in exchange for the meeting fee refund.
  • The volunteer shift selection and signup is first come, first served.
  • The registration fee waiver does not cover any ancillary events.

Please click here to access the online sign up website.
Questions? Contact Hailey Buck (

Save the Dates for future SRA Biennial Meetings:

March 31-April 2, 2016: Baltimore, MD
April 12-14, 2018: Minneapolis, MN
March 19-21, 2020: San Diego, CA
March 3-5, 2022: New Orleans, LA