SIOP Program 2005: California Here We Come
Lisa M. Finkelstein
Northern Illinois University
As I write this, the curtain has just closed on the 2004 conference in Chicago, and its hard to believe its time to look ahead to 2005 and our 20th annual meeting. Indeed, plans for the 2005 conference are in full swing. This is just a heads-up to remind you of a few things as you plan your annual conference submissions:
- The Call for Proposals will continue to be electronic, as in the past 2 years. Members will receive an e-mail message with a Web link to the Call for Proposals. The Administrative Office will also send members a postcard notifying them of this Web address. The Call for Proposals will be available some time in early July.
- The submission process continues to be entirely electronic, with no paper submissions. More details about the submission process will be provided in the Call for Proposals.
- The conference program will continue to be published both in paper form and on the Web.
- We will continue with the electronic recruitment of reviewers. Please look for an e-mail message this summer requesting that you participate on the Conference Program Committee as a reviewer. If your e-mail address has changed recently, be sure to notify the SIOP Administrative Office at your earliest convenience. If youve never reviewed for SIOP, now is the time to start! And if you havent reviewed in several years, maybe now is the time to come back? We truly appreciate involvement from members and Fellows at all levels of their careers.
We continue to refine the electronic submission process with the goal of continuous improvement. As always, there may be some unforeseen problems with electronic procedures, so thank you very much for your patience. We aim to have the most convenient submission, review, scheduling, and registration processes possible.
Okay, time to mark your calendar: The deadline for submissions to the 2005 conference is
Wednesday, September 15, 2004.
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