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To help ensure that the maximum number of people have a chance to participate in our increasingly competitive Annual Convention, the Governing Council...

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Submissions to the Annual Convention go through a long review process before the program is made public. When users submit a proposal, they choose a f...

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There are several different types of submissions available at our Annual Conventions. Please note that specific guidelines for proposals can vary a li...

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General Considerations Each conference has its own specific policies for registrants and participants. Note, however, that a registration is never c...

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Looking for tips on putting together a great working group? Check out our suggestions below! Connect with ISA HQ We recommend that you discuss...

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Have questions about our JSS sessions at the Annual Convention? Check here for common questions and answers!

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Hall Hours Wednesday 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm Thursday 9:00 a...

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We take in over 10,000 submissions each year for conferences managed by our system. So, many people across the world use our submission form. Get help on the form here.

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The chair has two primary responsibilities for the ISA Conventions & conferences: 1) contacting participants prior to the meeting to set expectati...

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