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"Quality-of-Life for Resilient Futures: Sustainability, Equity, and Wellbeing"

3-6 AUGUST 2022

Burlington, Vermont, USA

The ISQOLS 2022 Conference in Burlington, Vermont, USA is the first in-person ISQOLS gathering since the global pandemic began. It provides the opportunity to build connections within our interdisciplinary/transdisciplinary community of scholars and practitioners dedicated to promoting quality-of-life and wellbeing. Hosted on the campus of The University of Vermont, the conference provides a forum for reflecting on our collective learning about quality-of-life throughout the global pandemic while providing evidence about how to cultivate resilience at all scales (individual, community, national, global) with a special focus on sustainability, equity, and wellbeing impacts on quality-of-life.  We are pleased to welcome researchers, practitioners, students, professionals, faculty, retirees, experts and novices to Burlington, Vermont, USA in August 2022. (Selected special events and lectures during the conference will be recorded)

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Frequently Asked Questions:

1. What are the registration fees? 

The conference committee is currently working on creating the registration fees and hope to have this announced by March 1. We hope to keep the costs similar to previous ISQOLS conferences ($400-$450 USD for members; $300-$350 for student and retired members). Please become an ISQOLS members to receive significant discounts! Join us at Membership Registration)

Registration fees cover 3 full conference days, including 3 lunches, snacks and beverages, welcome reception, conference materials, and conference dinner. 

2. Will there be any virtual options for those who cannot travel due to the pandemic? 

Our current plan is to host an in-person conference with selected events (keynote, guest lectures) available online. We encourage participants to submit an abstract with a note indicating that you will only participate if an online session was available so the conference planning committee can consider potential options moving forward.

3. When will registration open? 


Other questions? Contact

The International Society for Quality-of-Life Studies (ISQOLS)




P.O. Box 118

Gilbert, AZ 85299

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