Presenters & Panelists: Proposal Submission
Call for Proposals:
Deans and Assistant and Associate Deans from CCAS Member Institutions are cordially invited to submit proposals for presentations at the CCAS 2017 Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado. Proposal Deadline: April 15, 2017.
Proposal Submission Form: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CCASProposals
Guidelines for Proposals:
- Proposals must include title, abstract, intended session outcomes, and information on all presenters and must be submitted using the SurveyMonkey link above.
- Proposals may, but are not required to, address one of the outlined themes and sub-themes.
- Approximately 25 concurrent sessions will be identified, including sessions submitted on behalf of CCAS Standing Committees, Critical Issue Forums, and additional sessions targeting a diverse array of CCAS member institutions and participants.
- Session formats are now more flexible, with the following proposed modalities:
- Traditional Panel of 3
- Expert Presenter (could be a dean with scholarly expertise, or outside expert)
- Paired Theory/Practice Presentations (either in single presentation or back-to-back presentations)
- Author Meets Critic
- Other formats will be considered
Important Notes for Presenters:
- Presenters must be CCAS Members at the time of the CCAS 2017 Annual Meeting, unless special permission is granted (for external experts).
- Presenters must be registered for the CCAS 2017 Annual Meeting for the day of their scheduled presentation, if they are not registered for the full conference.
- Presenters will be provided with a PowerPoint presentation template; slides will be collected by October 23, 2017.
- All presentations must include session take-aways or outcomes.
- Laptops are not available; presenters must bring their own laptops and clicker devices.
- Presenters must indicate audiovisual needs prior to August 1, 2017. Options include internet access, screen, projector, and microphones (lapel, podium, and handheld).