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Conference Proposals

Please review the published Call for Proposals [PDF] before completing this form. We particularly encourage submissions from cross-functional campus teams.

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Lead Presenter Information






* Program Formats

Numerically rank the formats you would prefer for this presentation, with 1 indicating the format you feel most appropriate. The committee may assign a different format to assure a balanced program.

75-minute or 45-minute Interactive Session:
Abbreviated round table discussion sessions that stimulate audience/presenter interaction.
20-minute presentation in a TED talk format:
A concise account of the practice, the students served, and the measurable benefits, with visual aids in handouts and/or slides.
Poster Presentation:
A visual display showcasing an innovative advising program, research, or activity.

* Presentation Proposal

Type or paste in your presentation proposal. Include the complete title of the presentation, but do not include your name in this proposal. The proposal should state the presentation's objectives and clearly describe how objectives will be met (materials, methods, activities, etc.). Proposals will be selected on the basis of what you put here. Since selection is anonymous, please avoid using program names that would identify you or your institution.

This abstract will be published in the printed program should your proposal be accepted. Therefore, it should accurately describe your presentation and should include identifying information. Conference participants use session abstracts to determine which sessions to attend.

  • Do not use bullets, italicize, bold or underline for emphasis - the format is not retained after online submission.
  • Enclose cited publications in quotation marks.
  • Abstracts of accepted presentations may be edited by the program committee.

Your proposal will be anonymously evaluated by the panel of reviewers listed in the Call for Proposals. By clicking the Submit below, you agree that your 130-word abstract may be published with other materials to promote the conference, and you agree to attend the conference during your scheduled session, and to pay your expenses for travel and registration. Registration and pricing are available here.