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49th ASEEES Annual Convention Call for Proposals

49th ASEEES Annual Convention Call for Proposals
Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile, Nov. 9-12, 2017
www.aseees.org/convention
Convention Theme: Transgressions
  The theme includes the centenary of the 1917 revolution. We anticipate related art exhibits in the Chicago area.

The Proposal Submission closes on February 15www.aseees.org/convention/cfp  ALL submissions - panel, roundtable, individual paper, lightning round presentation, and meeting request submissions – are due by Feb. 15.  Please read the descriptions and rules for participation here: www.aseees.org/convention/rules  

Membership Requirement: ALL individual paper and lightning round presentation submitters and panel/roundtable organizers in the US and abroad MUST be ASEEES members in order to submit a proposal. If you are a panel/roundtable participant but NOT the organizer, you do not need to be an ASEEES member at this time, although we very much encourage you to become a member now. Please review the membership rules for participation. Renew your membership today: www.aseees.org/membership/individual

Question? With any inquiries about the convention, please contact Margaret Manges, the convention manager, ataseees.convention@pitt.edu  If you need assistance logging into the ASEEES members site or are experiencing other technical difficulties, please contact aseees@pitt.edu 

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