Submit your Session Proposal for 2017 NSTA Regional Conference!

Deadline:  January 17, 2017

Preparing and Submitting a Session Proposal
  • Go to the Online Proposal Submissions page.
  • Log in with your last name and NSTA ID# or create a new NSTA online account. Please note that conference registration is not required to submit a proposal.
  • You must have cookies and Javascript turned on in your browser. Please check out these links for information on enabling JavaScript and cookies.
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  • Click on the conference.
  • Please select each strand to see its description, goal, and criteria. You can either choose a strand or choose “Not Applicable.” With the exception of the STEM Forum & Expo, it is not necessary to identify a strand for your proposal. Choosing a strand does NOT enhance chances for program selection! Please note that a strand IS required for STEM Forum & Expo proposals only.
  • Fill out the form completely. If you do not provide certain requested information, you will see a note near the “Save” button referring to any missing field.
  • Please note that you may select as many fields as applicable for “Science Focus.”
  • Once your proposal is complete, please click “Save and Add/Remove Contributors” button, even if you are the only presenter for this proposal.
  • To add your co-presenters or presider, please search with their preferred e-mail address first. Once you find the correct person, please select either “presenter” or “presider.” If you are unable to find your co-presenter or presider’s name, please ask him or her to create an NSTA account. Once this has been done, you will be able to select this person for your proposal.
  • Once you have added all of your co-presenters and presider, click the “Done” button.
  • Now check the “Ready for Submission” box and click the “Save” button at the bottom.
  • Shortly after submitting your proposal, you’ll receive an e-mail with “Proposal Submission Confirmation” in the subject line. This e-mail will contain details on your proposal as well as important conference dates.
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