Panels and Workshops

  • Proposals for workshops and panels will be considered for inclusion in the program.

    Panel Discussions

    Panel proposals should indicate the proposed session format, the names and contact information of each participant, the responsibilities of each participant, and (if appropriate) a title and short abstract detailing the content of each participant’s contribution. Separate abstract submissions from participants of these types of sessions are not required. All panelists must be registered for the conference by July 2, 2012. To allow time for discussion, please limit panels to include a maximum of 4 panelists


    Workshop proposals should specify the intended audience, include a detailed description of the format of the workshop, and outline the names, affiliations, and contributions of each presenter. All workshop presenters must be registered for the conference by July 2, 2012.

    General Guidelines

    Organizers of all types of coordinated sessions will be responsible for:

    1. being the primary point of contact with the 2012 RSS Annual Meeting Program Committee,
    2. contacting the participants to ensure they are registered for the meeting & will attend the session

    serving as the chair (or designating a person to chair) for each session