Workshops (including discussion meetings and training events) provide the opportunity for participants to engage in intensive discussion or training activities on a particular subject or project. Workshops generally involve small groups, emphasize participant involvement, and are oriented toward a specific goal or outcome. They are NOT for the presentation of academic research to a general audience.
Workshop, discussion meeting and training event requirements:
You will be asked to provide the following information,
The Review Process:
Members of the AABA Executive Committee will review and rank workshop proposals. The workshop organizer will be notified as to our decision to accept or reject the proposal no later than December 15, 2022.
We welcome well developed proposals showing sufficient planning and organization. The number of time-slots available for workshops is limited. Proposals from AABA committees will be prioritized followed by those proposals that show the greatest potential to be of benefit to AABA members. Time and space constraints may force the rejection of otherwise strong proposals.
Financial Support for Workshops, Discussion Meetings and Training Events
A small amount of competitively awarded funding is available to help defray the costs of events sponsored by AABA committees. Costs may include speaker travel and honoraria costs. Requests may also include costs to extend the reach of scientific sessions through electronic/virtual technologies or other means. The following costs will NOT be considered:
Applicants should justify their funding requests in terms of the value that will be added to the event. Typical awards are anticipated to be in the range of $1500-$2000. You will be able to apply for this funding when you submit your workshop proposal.
QUESTIONS? e-mail AABA Vice President and Program Chair Kristi Lewton at: [email protected]
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