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Who will attend the conference?
Attendees will consist of academic researchers, educators and practitioners.

What other facilities are in the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center?
The Kellogg hotel is a full service four star hotel with fitness center, wi-fi internet access, gift shop, several restaurant facilities, and attached garage.

I am presenting at the conference. What technology will be available for me to use?
Each session room at the conference will be equipped with a data projector, screen, and audio support. Presenters are expected to bring their own laptop. If you need any special equipment, please contact info (at) for assistance.

I have materials that I would like to send ahead to arrive the day before the conference begins. How do I do that? Will I be able to post handouts/materials online?
Yes, contact us at info (at) with the request for distribution of materials and we will do whatever we can to post your materials both online via the conference web site and to have them available for distribution during the event.

What opportunities are available for sponsors? Who should I contact?
We are currently looking for sponsors to join Michigan State University, Children’s Trust Fund of Michigan and Prevent Child Abuse of America in hosting this important event. If your organization is interested, please contact Nora Rifon, Consumer Culture and the Ethical Treatment of Children conference chair by email at rifon (at) or by phone at 517-355-3295.

I am driving to the conference. Where should I park?
The Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center has a 1000-space attached parking structure.

What if I have special needs requirements?
We are glad to make any arrangements as needed. Please contact us at info (at) and we will assign someone to help you get answers to your questions.

I have additional questions.
Send your questions to info (at) and we will try to answer your question promptly.