SNEB Annual Conference
Call for Abstracts

Abstract submissions for the 2014 SNEB Annual Conference in Milwaukee, WI June 28 - July 1 is now closed


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SNEB Talks Call for Presentations
We are again looking for members and colleagues to bring their passion and creativity to this year's "SNEB Talks!"

This session was created by Laura Uvena, Jill Panichelli, and Barbara Storper as a fun way for colleagues to share ideas, theories, fresh approaches, innovations, etc . that they have seen success with or that they are just plain excited about! These ideas do not need to be evidenced-based. All that is required is that you are excited about your topic and eager to share with the SNEB community.

Presentation guidelines:
 1-10 minutes in length, PowerPoint not required
 Dynamic, Pecha Kucha-esque (http://www.pechakucha.org/)
 Visual, minimal text slides
 Spark passion and excitement – think about how you can make others excited about what you are sharing
Submission details:
 Brief description (1-2 paragraphs) describing a topic, idea or concept you would like to share with us.
 Length of your talk
 Any A/V needs
 Short biography of presenter (1-3 sentences)

All submissions are due Wednesday April 23 - the deadline has been extended.

Members will be notified of their acceptance by April 28, 2014.
Please send all submissions to Erika Lindshield (elbono@ksu.edu) or Tandalayo Kidd (martan@ksu.edu). If you have any questions, feel free to contact us. SNEB Talks will take place Sunday, June 29th from 6:30-8:30pm.

 

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