We are looking for Volunteers for the 25th Colloquium, to be held 4-6 October 2021 in Nashville and on-line. Volunteers are needed for the Planning Committee, Paper Reviewers, and on-site at the Colloquium.
Program Chair(s) - Erik Fretheim & Denise Kinsey Organize and Coordinate the overall Colloquium.
Paper / Proceedings Chair – Erik Moore Manage the call, submission, review, presentation, and publishing of papers.
Poster Chair Manage the call, submission, review, and presentation of posters. Manage selection of awards.
Presentations and Panels Works to recruit and plan presentations and panels along with the Program Chairs. Ensures presenters and panelists are where they should be to conduct their sessions, has volunteers assigned to open and end sessions and provide visual timing ques if speakers / panels are running long.
Classes, Courses, and Programs Manage the call, submission and presentations of Master Courses, and Walk-throughs. Manage the flow of presentations at the event.
Workshops Chair Organizes workshops immediately before and after the Colloquium.
Streaming Chair Organize and manage the streaming of the Colloquium to on-line attendees. Coordinates A/V needs with streaming needs.
Sponsors Works with sponsors / exhibitors to recruit and meet needs during the conference.
Publicity / Marketing Chair Publicize the Colloquium.
The planning committee will meet monthly beginning in March.
Those interested in joining this committee, please email email@example.com and indicate the specific position(s) that you are interested in.
In Venue Volunteers
Check in / Registration
There will be coordinating meetings for "In Venue" volunteers in the month before the Colloquium.
Those interested in volunteering, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate the specific position(s) that you are interested in.
Program Chair - Erik Moore Read, assess, and review papers submitted to the Colloquium and assist the Papers Chair as needed.
There is always a need for a number of paper reviews to cover the papers submitted.
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