The due date to submit Pre-Convention Workshop proposal is Thursday, 1 August 2019.
The due date to submit a proposal for all other session types is Friday, 6 September 2019.
If you have any questions or experience any difficulties with the submission process, please contact the International Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Important Submission Dates
|Call for Proposals Open||Monday, 3 June 2019|
|Call for Pre-Convention Workshop Proposals Closes||Thursday, 1 August 2019|
|Call for Proposals Closes||Friday, 6 September 2019|
|Proposal status notifications||Wednesday, 23 October 2019|
|Waitlist confirmations due||Friday, 1 November 2019|
|Acceptance confirmations due||Friday, 8 November 2019|
|Early Bird Registration required for all presenters||Friday, 6 December 2019|
|Final Waitlist status notification||Friday, 17 January 2020|
|Session Type||Session Time||Description|
|Career Snapshot||60 minutes||Presentation or skill-building sessions engage centering career development and advancement.|
|Convention Program||60 minutes||Presentation or panel sessions on a specific topic|
|Experiential Program||75 minutes||Presentation of a specific topic but includes an interactive skill-building or active learning opportunity for participants|
|Research Paper||20 minutes during 75 minute session||An opportunity to share emergent research in higher education in a hosted session with two other research papers.|
|Research & Practice Poster||n/a||Posters on display during scheduled times of ACPA20 with presentation times facilitated by the authors|
|Pre-Convention Workshops||8 or 4 hours||Workshops taking place the Sunday afternoon and Monday morning before Convention and provide an in-depth discussion on current and emerging topics that transform higher education.|
ACPA members of color, trans members, women, members with differing disability and ability statuses, and members with other minoritized or silenced identities are encouraged to submit program proposals for the ACPA20 Convention in Nashville.
The ACPA20 Program team will develop resources to assist as you prepare your educational session submission. These resources include a program proposal worksheet – a form one can build out program proposal prior to entering it into the portal, the rubrics used to review program submissions, as well as webcasts, and micro-sessions (will be added as acquired.)