Proposals due by Wednesday, January 15, 2020. Acceptances sent out by Friday, March 6, 2020.

For questions and help, please contact the Conference Programming Committee, conference@nacroonline.org.

Question Title

* 1. What is your name?

Question Title

* 2. At what email address would you like to be contacted?

Question Title

* 3. What is your job title?

Question Title

* 4. What is the name of your institution?

Question Title

* 5. What is your proposed session title?

Question Title

* 6. What presentation method will be used?

Question Title

* 7. Proposal fits the following content criteria:

Question Title

* 8. NACRO will be providing career-level tracks for the 2020 Annual Conference. Please let us know which career-level audience your proposal is intended for. (please select ONE only).

Question Title

* 9. Who is the audience for your session?

Question Title

* 10. Session Description Abstract (100 word max.) This is a summary of the proposed session. It should include a description of topics to be covered, format of the session, target level of experience to which the presentation will be directed and desired outcome for session attendees. The purpose of this session abstract is to enable conference attendees to determine which session they choose to attend. The strength and clarity of the description and objectives will increase the likelihood your proposal will be accepted by the committee.

Question Title

* 11. Session Objectives (3 max.)

Question Title

* 12. Presentation Proposal Detail (500 word max.). Proposals must be in English. Creativity and interactivity are important aspects that will be evaluated.

Question Title

* 13. Are you willing to coordinate the session you propose?

Question Title

* 14. Are you willing to moderate or participate as a panelist in this session?

Question Title

* 15. Please list any other proposed speakers (in addition or in lieu of yourself) you have in mind for this session.

Question Title

* 16. If you included names in Question 14, have you already or do you have confidence in your ability to personally secure this speaker for the conference?

T