*Ayyar, V. & Khandare, L. (2007, May). Social networks in slums and rehabilitation sites: A study in Mumbai (India). World Bank Urban Research Symposium. Retrieved on December 12, 2007 from http://worldbank.org/urban/symposium2007/papers/ayyar.pdf
Brown, J. (2010, April). Parents understanding of the discovery, reporting, and aftermath of middle school bullying: An interpretive account. Society of Adolescent Medicine, Toronto, Canada. National Finalist (top 5 out of 250)
*Brown, J., & Aalsma, M. (2010, April). Anti-bully policy analysis: What health care providers need to know. Society of Adolescent Medicine, Toronto, Canada.
Campbell, K. & Green, L. (2006, August). Group supervision: Enhancing clinical skills in home- based practice. International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN), York, England.
Dalvi, H. (2007, July). Fighting against caste-based social discrimination and exclusion. The 15th Symposium of the International Consortium of Social Development, Hong Kong, China.
Decker, C.L. (2006, May). Uncertainty in adolescents with cancer. Association of Pediatric Oncology Social Workers National Conference, Toronto, Canada.
Decker, C.L., Jones, B. & Pelletier, W. (2006, May). What about Dad? A look at fathers of children with cancer. Association of Pediatric Oncology Social Workers National Conference, Toronto, Canada.
Dhaske, G. & De Sarkar, P. (2010, August). The feminist standpoint as an epistemological lens for empirical account of field: Exploring the cognitive clarity about ‘gender' in the research process. The 11th European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA) Biennial Conference, Maynooth, Ireland. (Abstract accepted for presentation)
Dhaske, G. (2009, July). Exploring pathways of global cultural integration: Economic determinism and global citizenship. The 16th International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences (IUAES), Kunming, China. (Paper accepted for presentation)
Dhaske, G. (2009, March). Generational assessment of degradation in quality of environment & natural resources in hilly habitats: Exploring the integrated livelihood, well-being and conservation issues. UGC Sponsored National Conference on the Development of Hilly Regions: Problems and Potentials. Perid, (Kolhapur), MH, India.
Dhaske, G. (2008, November). The missing better half: Drudgery of rural women farm labourers in agrarian distress. The Future of Asian Feminisms Confronting Fundamentalisms, Conflict and Neoliberalism 2nd Conference Kartini Network, Indonesia. (Paper accepted for presentation)
Dhaske, G. (2008, July). Development-induced disparity in fractured agrarian economic structure in India: A study. The 12th World Congress of Rural Sociology, Goyang, Korea (Paper accepted for presentation).
Dhaske, G. (2008, October). What happened to the unorganized agricultural laborers in Vidarbha? An exploration of ‘adversely incorporated' farm labor force in deepening agrarian distress. International Conference on Eradicating Chronic Poverty in India: Policy Issues and Challenges, Chronic Poverty Research Centre India and Centre for the Study of Social Systems School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India.
Dhaske, G. (2007, December). Marketing rural products through rural-urban self help group linkages: From inclusive growth to sustainability. Seminar on "Rural Marketing in the era of Globalization: Problems and Prospects," Sardar Patel Institute of Public Administration Ahmadabad, Gujarat, India & State Institute for Rural Development Gujarat.
Dhaske, G. , & Nhavakar, S. (2007, November). Documenting socio-cultural expressions of rural communities for religious harmony: A learning avenue for multicultural global citizenship. CMS Symbols: Symposia on Communication and Development. Centre for Media Studies New Delhi and Central University, Hyderabad, India.
Dhaske, G. (2007, July). Development induced disparity in fractured agrarian economic structure in India: Role of socio-political determinants in making globalization productive. International Conference on Ethnographic Discourse of the Other, University of Hyderabad, India. (Accepted for presentation)
Dhaske, G. (2006, December). The spread of HIV-Aids in rural area: Pathways and measures. National Seminar on Issues Related to Planning Sustainable Livelihood Settlement for HIV/AIDS Affected People in Rural Areas, National Institute for Rural Development, Hyderabad, India.
Galyean, E. (2007, May). Child welfare service learning units. The 2nd International Symposium on Service Learning: Paradigms for the 21st Century: Educators, Community & Students, University of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, IN.
Gentle-Genitty, C. (2009, July). Child development & criminality. Invited presentation at the 1st Judiciary symposium on Juvenile Justice. Convened by the Ministry of Human Development, Community Rehabilitation Department. Belize City, Belize.
Gentle-Genitty, C. (2009, July). A community behind bars: School-to-prison pipeline, social bonding, and creating stakes. Keynote Presentation at 1st Juvenile Summit on Juvenile Crime and Delinquency, Convened by the Belize Ministry of National Development, Conscious Youth Development Program, and UNICEF, Belize City, Belize.
Gentle-Genitty. C. (2009, July). Basics of life coaching. Belize Family Life Association: Youth Arm - Summer Training Institute. Belize City, Belize. Invited.
Gentle-Genitty, C. (2009, May). Proficiency training in case management and work with at-risk juveniles. Ministry of National Security, Conscious Youth Development Program (CYDP). Belize City, Belize.
Gentle-Genitty, C. (2009, July). Teaching international millennial students: A one-to-one learner comparison and acknowledgement teaching framework. The 16th Annual Conference of International Consortium for Social Development (ICSD), Monterrey, Mexico.
Green, J.F. (2006, September). Spiritual resilience: Body, mind & spirit. The 22nd Annual Conference of the International Congress of Black Women, Toronto, Canada.
*Hostetter, C., Busch, M., & Decker, V. (2007, July). Locating learning online: The effect of social presence on student learning. International Society of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Sydney, Australia.
*Khaja, K., Queiro-Tajalli, I., Barkdull, C., Cunningham, D., & Lay, K., Dennis, S., & Augustine, M. (2008, July). Lived experiences of Muslims in selected western countries in a post 911 era. International Association of School of Social Work Convention, Durbin, South Africa.
Khandare, L. (2009, October). Challenges of caste/racial exclusion in urban revitalization programs: A comparative perspective from India and the USA. First Public Scholars in Africana Studies International Conference, Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN.
Khandare, L. (2009, September). Exploring the theory on agency or empowerment towards democratizing urban space in India. International Conference: Participation, Poverty and Power, Human Development and Capability Association, University of Oxford & Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, Lima, Peru.
Khandare, L. (2009, September). Measuring empowerment and other missing dimensions of poverty data: A case for socially inclusive Mumbai city. Paper presented at Human Development and Capability Association Summer School, Lima, Peru.
Khandare, L. (2008, July). Trafficking in persons: Modernizing untouchability in South Asia. Paper accepted for presentation at XV World Congress of the International Society for Criminology, Barcelona, Spain.
Khandare, L. (2008, June). Trafficking in Persons (TIP): Modernising slavery in South Asia. The 34th Global Social Work Conference on Transcending Global-Local Divides: Challenges for Social Work Education & Practice, Durban, South Africa. Accepted for presentation.
Khandare, L. (2008, June). Challenges and avenues for global advocacy by civil society groups to reclaim the human rights of Dalits in India. Centre d'Etudes et de Recherches Internationales (CERI-Sciences Po), Paris, France. Accepted for presentation.
Khandare, L. (2008, June). People's voices in democratizing cities: A case of Mumbai. Urban Planet Collective Identities, Governance and Empowerment in Megacities, Organized by the Irmgard Coninx Foundation, the Social Science Research Center Berlin and the Humboldt-University, Berlin, Germany.
Khandare, L. (2006, May). Women and children in domestic violence: The issues of caste & class. Millennium Criminology Conference on Race & Gender, London, UK.
Khandare, L. (2006, May). Diversity and discrimination at workplace: The issue of Dalits and indigenous people of India. Boothroyd Room, Portcullis House, House of Commons, London, UK. https://www.sas.upenn.edu/criminology/conference/crim/guide/participant/K/1539.html
Kumbahr, R., Kumbar, S., & Dhaske, G. (2009, March). Generational assessment of degradation in quality of environment & natural resources in hilly habitats: Exploring the integrated livelihood, well-being and conservation issues. UGC Sponsored National Conference on the Development of Hilly Regions: Problems and Potentials. Perid, (Kolhapur), MH, India.
Navarro, D. (2006, August). Picking up the pieces in the New World: Mexican immigrant children in the U.S. IFSW World Conference, Munich, Germany. Accepted for presentation.
Walker, M. & Gentle-Genitty, C. (2009, October). Influencing students' ethical decision making: A grounded action theory approach. International Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference, Bloomington, IN.