Jenny Baker / Wednesday, June 23, 2021 / Categories: TIP, 591 2021 SIOP Annual Conference: Highlights by the Numbers Whitney Botsford Morgan, University of Houston-Downtown; and Emily Solberg, SHL SIOP Season allowed the Conference and Program Committees to bring you an expanded schedule (7 weeks) which included workshops, consortia, live synchronous sessions, professional development opportunities, and interactive receptions and breaks, alongside a rich array of asynchronous sessions. This was no small undertaking, so many thanks to the team of conference organizers—staff and volunteers—who realized this innovative approach to the annual conference during this pandemic year. Although it is unfortunate that we were not able to gather in person in New Orleans, we kept the festive feel of the city alive! We hope you were able to join our New Orleans-themed virtual venue for one of the many events or receptions that allowed for the I-O-community building we all love about the annual conference. The postconference evaluation was operated by Mercer|Sirota from April 26–May 11, with the final report expected soon. Results will be disseminated to the SIOP community in a future TIP. Until then, conference organizers wanted to share numerical highlights of the 2021 SIOP Annual Conference in Table 1. Table 1 Numerical Highlights of the 2021 SIOP Annual Conference Thank you to you, the I-O community, for trusting conference organizers and for many of you showing up to make the inaugural SIOP Season a success. Mark your calendar for the 37th Annual Conference April 28–30, 2022, in Seattle! Print 862 Rate this article: No rating Comments are only visible to subscribers.