Pre-Symposium and Symposium Dates: Sunday,
June 30-Tuesday, July 2
AG Bell Symposium Committee
welcomes your proposal! Please read the following submission requirements thoroughly before you submit your formal proposal(s).
All proposals must be submitted using this online form
for all presenters. Please include your academic degree(s) and credentials as you would like them to appear in conference materials (
maximum 75 words in paragraph format
3. Include the
title of your presentation
three (3) learning objectives
(that attendees will take-away from your presentation). Use bullet points with action verbs in description (i.e., At the end of this session, participants will be able to...
5. Provide a
description of your presentation of no more than 500 words
. Write as a course description and in a manner that will allow the proposal review committee to gain a clear understanding of your presentation and
include a reference list of three (3) research citations in APA style
the evidence base
) that support your presentation.
6. Provide a
description for the symposium website of no more than 50 words.
to be used in the presentation. (
How will you engage and teach the audience regarding this topic?
8. There are four session types for this symposium:
3-hour pre-symposium workshops, 30-minute concurrent sessions, 60-minute concurrent sessions and poster sessions
to help you organize and gather the data necessary for your submission.
Once you are ready to submit, you may cut and paste portions from the worksheet into the online submission form. This online submission form does not have spell check. Please do not use underline, bold, or italicize. Once you
the online submission form, you should receive an email confirmation immediately from
. It is your responsibility to ensure that your proposal is complete.
Incomplete submissions will not be considered.
You will not receive a copy of your proposal after submission. To ensure you have a copy, please print this form after you complete the required fields or save all responses in a separate document for your records.