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What is the chart?
The Standard Celeration Chart (SCC) makes more meaning out of data than traditional/linear ways of graphing data (bar graphs, line graphs). LEARN MORE>
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Call for Papers - SCS 1st International Conference in Galway Ireland.
The call for papers for our international conference (June 9 & 10, 2023) is now open from January 18th through February 28th.
Please note that submissions are handled through Google Forms, and you’ll be prompted to enter your login information for Google. If you run into any issues with submissions, please email [email protected] for assistance.
COVID-19 UPDATE: In light of current global events, the SCS stands in solidarity with those affected by COVID-19. See how people around the world are using the Standard Celeration Chart to better understand this crisis. VIEW RESOURCES>
As an organization, the SCS commits to standard celeration charting in service of racial justice. This means noting racial inequity, especially as it pertains to police brutality, to apply behavior analysis and science in the efforts to reduce harm, increase well-being, and create transformative justice within our communities and in the world. We are committed to creating equitable, safe, and caring learning environments for all segments of society. We call upon the SCS membership and other professional organizations within behavior analysis to join us in committed action. We will pursue this with authenticity, kindness, openness, shared vision and, above all, seek meaningful change. We take a stand against systemic and societal racism. As an inclusive organization, we embody this value statement, in word and action, in all interactions in and around the SCS community.
To current and future members, before you consider new or continued membership in the SCS, we implore you to examine if the entirety of this statement intersects with your personal values. We encourage everyone to seek further education in matters related to diversity, social justice, and equity.
The Board of Directors of the SCS