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Welcome to the 2017 Triangle Convention Call for Programs. We want to thank you for taking the time to contribute to the educational experience at the 2017 National Convention.

National Convention will begin on July 19th and conclude on July 23rd at the Wigwam Resort & Spa in Arizona.

For the first time, we will be opening up our general education programming to any interested candidate.  We are excited to receive your proposals, but please understand that this is a very difficult and selective process and acceptance and rejection are both inherent possibilities associated with submission.

Please note that the information provided on this form will be used in our program book, website, and mobile application. If your program is accepted, Triangle Fraternity reserves the right to modify the session title and description, as formatting requires.

In regards to your program abstract:
  • Write in future tense and the second person voice
  • Do not use bullet points
  • Preview the content and program outcomes/objectives
  • Employ an educational tone
  • Focus on the content being provided
  • Address your target audience and any interaction that will occur
  • Clarify and explain the relevancy of the topic

All program submissions must be received by Friday, March 31st, 2017 by 11:59 p.m. EST. If you have any questions, please contact Ariel Tarosky, Director of Education & Communication, at ariel@triangle.org.


Program Overview

Triangle fraternity provides experiences that challenge and encourage its members to live ethical values and implement best practices. Furthermore, we value the opportunity to offer our members personal and professional development in the fields of engineering, architecture, and the sciences.

* Program Title

* Program Abstract

Identify the topic and overall goal of the session. The information you provide will help attendees understand the purpose of your session. You are limited to 125 words. Remember your audience when crafting your description.

* Program Topic

* Program Outcome #1
Examples could be answers to these questions:
- What do you want the learner to know/be able to do?
- What knowledge, skill, or abilities should the learner be able to demonstrate?

* Program Outcome #2

Schedule Preference

Please share your session availability preferences for each block range below. All efforts will be made to place selected programs based on your availability preferences, but we cannot guarantee it.

PLEASE NOTE: We will not be able to accept date changes following the program acceptance process, apart from an exceptional circumstance.

* Please share your session availability preferences below.

  I am available and prefer this block I am available but do not prefer this block I am not available for this block
Ed Block 1 (Thursday 10:00 - 10:50 a.m.)
Ed Block 2 (Thursday 11:00 - 11:50 a.m.)
Ed Block 3 (Saturday afternoon)
Presentation Team

Presenters are welcomed to present as a team, but we recommend no more than three presenters per educational session.  Please complete the following information for the lead presenter or main contact.

* Lead Presenter First & Last Name

* E-mail

* Title

* Employer

* Greek Affiliation

* For Triangle Members:
Chapter Code (i.e. ar07, ill84)

* Experience with the topic

Presentation A/V

Check below to identify the A/V equipment needed for your program. Do not request equipment unless it is imperative to your program implementation. Lead presenters will have the opportunity to verify or change this information if the program is selected, however there will be a hard deadline for all program changes. 

* Equipment Request
MAC Users: Adapters will not be provided, so you are responsible for bringing your own.

Presenter Agreement
By providing this program submission, you acknowledge and agree to the following:

* All boxes must be checked for your submission to be considered complete.

This Call for Programs has been adapted from the 2017 AFLV West Call for Programs Application.
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