Thursday, January 19, 2017

Propose Geobio Sessions for the 2017 GSA meeting

Help us promote Geobiology at the 2017 GSA in Seattle! Submit a relevant session proposal or short course that we can sponsor! Details below.

Submit a
Session Proposal
Call for Topical and Pardee Keynote Session proposals: 
The deadline is less than two weeks away: Wednesday, 1 February.
 
It’s time to plan for our 2017 Annual Meeting in Seattle, Washington. GSA is excited to head back to the Pacific Northwest. Our 2009 meeting in Portland, Oregon, attracted nearly 6,500 attendees from over 50 countries, so our 2017 meeting should be international, well attended, and full of excitement! A highlight will be the Seattle-area geology: glaciation, deposition, tectonics, crustal deformation, unconformities, erosion, bedrock structures, and drumlins. We challenge you to propose a technical session and/or a short course that will teach your colleagues and promote discussion about the incredible regional geology. Visit our Technical Session Proposals website for more information, and to submit your Topical or Pardee Keynote Session Proposal.

For additional information:
Dick Berg, GSA2017 Technical Program Chair
Kevin Mickus, GSA2017 Technical Program Vice Chair

Submit a Short Course Proposal
Call for Short Course proposals: 
The deadline is less than two weeks away: Wednesday, 1 February.
 
Have something that your peers need to know? Courses can be run to develop professional, teaching, and research skills at all levels. Please review the Proposal Guidelines or contact Jennifer Nocerino.

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