Abstract submissions were due October 3, 2021 (no extensions)
Virtual: Thursday, October 14
- 80-minute session
- With abstract submission, presenters should upload a digital file of their poster, which will be visible in the session gallery before and after the meeting
- Via Zoom—each poster presenter will have their own breakout room for audience interaction
- A series of individual, 20-minute presentations
- 4 or 5 presenters per session, with an optional discussant
- 80-minute session
- Via Zoom
In-Person: Saturday, October 16
- Organized workshops and panels
Contact Becky Buller to coordinate
- The rooms within the Nebraska Innovation Campus Conference Center are equipped with a computer with internet access, projector, and recent laptop model cord hook-ups.
- Standard audio visual in every room includes: free conference wireless; projectors, microphones, and podium/lectern; standard lighting package in auditorium; and HDMI, AppleTV, and ChromeCast connectivity.
- Each abstract is limited to 250 words.
- Abstracts must describe the presentation's purpose, methods, and conclusions.
- Do not use bulleted lists, underlining, boldface type, italics, subscripts, or superscripts.
- Do not include any codes for justification, hyphenation, line height, line centering, margins, spacing, fonts, page centering, page numbering, suppression, or tabs, in your abstract.
- Do not include your name, affiliation, phone number, or e-mail address in the body of the abstract.
- Your abstract will not be edited; you are responsible for any spelling, grammatical, and typographical errors.
- Use the active voice for your abstract and presentation.
- Transmit your research results clearly and concisely, avoiding jargon.
- All abbreviations should be spelled out in the abstract text.
- May be compound (such as "political geography").
- Should generally be nouns instead of adjectives or adverbs.
- Must be separated by commas.