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ISA Headquarters posted on October 22, 2013 12:27
If you haven't already done so, be sure to register by the 23rd to secure your place on the program! This rule comes from a Governing Council policy that was put in place to make sure that participants commit to the program. ISA has a long waiting list of great proposals that were unable to make it on the preliminary program, so this helps make sure we know who is planning on coming to the conference.

If you're not an ISA member, please consider joining ISA before you register! ISA members receive many great benefits, among which is discounted registration rates at our Convention, and many other conferences. This year, the registration rate for standard members is $140, while for non-members it is $240. That difference of $100 may be less than the cost of your membership. For students, there's a difference of $40 between the member and non-member registration rate. Members also get access to our six great journals, travel grants, special programs and collaboration opportunities.

If you have already registered, but you keep getting emails from us, please get in touch! This likely means that you have items on the program tied to two different email addresses. We'll want to get that cleared up before we pull people who haven't registered off the program.

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