Convention FAQ

Yes, if you postponed a panel/roundtable that was accepted for ASEEES 2020, you must resubmit your proposal for ASEEES 2021. In order to help reviewers evaluate submissions, mark the box indicating you are re-submitting a proposal on the submission form. 

No, the dates for the virtual component of the convention have not been finalized. The virtual convention will not be held the same weekend as the in-person convention. We expect to schedule the virtual component of the convention within a week or two of the in-person convention.  

Yes, it is possible to participate both in-person and virtually. However, the two-session limit, as outlined in the rules for convention participants, still applies. 

Yes, we understand that the choice to participate virtually or in-person will involve many evolving variables. We will do our best to accommodate requests as necessary. 

No. Virtual participation during in-person conventions cannot be accommodated, as ASEEES is unable to provide internet service in the meeting rooms.  

Affiliate groups are entitled to one meeting slot/room per convention. You may choose to hold a virtual meeting or an in-person meeting during the convention. Virtual participation will be limited to those who are registered to attend the convention. 

Most screenings will take place in-person but some may also be available on the virtual platform. 

The recordings from the 2020 convention are posted within the 2020 ASEEES Virtual Convention Platform. Those who were registered for the convention can access the videos by logging into the 2020 ASEEES Convention Site with their email address. A link to confirm registration will be sent via email. That link will grant access to the 2020 convention platform. Please note that videos are embedded within the convention schedule and not all sessions were recorded.

The use of session recordings is restricted to the ASEEES 2020 Convention platform and cannot be shared on other sites.