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June 20-24, 2023
NACTA 2023 Call for Workshop Abstracts
Due November 15
NACTA is excited to welcome workshop abstract submissions for the 2023 NACTA Conference to be held June 20 - 24, 2023 in Las Cruces, New Mexico. The 69th Annual NACTA Conference will serve as a venue for faculty and graduate students in agricultural, environmental, natural, and life sciences to share their scholarship of teaching, innovative teaching and advising ideas, and other relevant teaching and learning information.
Submit Your Abstract
Workshops usually have a narrow focus or interest that will appeal to a smaller audience and are to be 2 hours in duration. All workshop proposals must have a workshop coordinator. The workshop coordinator will submit the abstract and work with the Conference planning committee on workshop logistics. All workshop speakers must be registered for the annual meeting. Abstracts are reviewed and selected by the EITI Committee and a representative of the host institution planning committee.
Workshop submissions will be evaluated using this rubric and selected based on the following criteria: Interactivity and planned hands-on activities, broad impact, multi-institutional team, supports conference theme, highlights host institutions and/or local resources, and it it is sponsored by a NACTA committee. All workshop submissions must include the following information:
- Workshop Coordinator and contact information (Institution, email address, phone)
- Workshop Title
- Presenters – a list of presenters or individuals who will be presenting the workshop; this list should include their name, title, institution/organization, email address. This will be printed in the list of attendees.
- Abstract – a brief description of the goals, objectives or topics to be covered in the workshop. Connections to the role and mission of NACTA should be incorporated into the abstract narrative. Abstract information will be used in the program.
Deadline: November 15, 2022
Submit Your Abstract