NYSETA CONFERENCE 2016
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Cayuga Community College will be hosting the NYSETA Conference on October 20-21, 2016.
This conference is almost complete with presentations. Contact the Interest Group chairs via e-mail below under the category you would like to present.
We are not doing a call for papers and posters at this time. The conference is instead focusing on transfer and then breakout sessions.
Registration — Early: October 10, 2016 (see registration page)
Abstracts for presentations — Due September 21, 2016
Notification of acceptance of presentations — September 26, 2016
Submission of full presentations, — September 30, 2016
Sponsors: STEM programs at Cayuga Community College
Location: Cayuga Community College, 197 Franklin Street, Auburn NY 13021
Conference tracks for presentations:
- Engineering and Engineering Technology Innovations: John Campbell
- Electrical/Electronics: Steve C.
- Computer, Cyber Security, and Information Technology
- Mechanical, Automotive, Manufacturing
- Civil, Architecture
- Educational Technologies:
- STEM Education: John Campbell
- Design Practices in Engineering:
- Instructional Strategies
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Faculty — you have a scholarship opportunity to publish in a peer-reviewed technical online journal and present to a technical audience. Discover current teaching trends presented by recognized leaders in your field of expertise.
Anyone interested in the transfer of programs from 2 to 4 year institutions.
Exhibitors with a product or service to promote — you can have a large, diverse audience to expose your product or service to.
AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY REQUIRED FOR ALL PRESENTATION TYPES
For any presentation, please include a 50-word biography for each author. This should be submitted in .DOC, .DOCX, or .PDF format with your abstract. This will be posted on the website and also used for introduction purposes by the moderator for each session.
Presentations in an invited session should present a cohesive and comprehensive focus on a topic relevant to the interest groups, categories, or products described within this conference. Contributions in invited presentations should include a 300-word abstract which will be used as a description in the conference program and a PowerPoint presentation showing the principal contribution of the presentation so as to allow for an informed peer review. These will be presented as scheduled during one of the conference tracks. Abstracts and presentations must be submitted via email to Interest Group Chair no later than the date indicated.
HOW TO SUBMIT
All presentations should be submitted in electronic format, as a single file. The requested format for electronic submission is .DOC, .DOCX, or .PDF format for abstracts and invited papers and .PPT or .PPTX for the invited presentations. Presentations should be submitted online by emailing to the appropriate Interest Group Chair listed below:
Ed Davis, Queensbury CC
Steve Ciccarelli, RIT
Slade Gellin, Buffalo State College
- Cyber Security and Infrastructure
James Mallory, NTID at RIT
- Other and Conference Chair
On your title page please indicate which conference track(s) you would like your presentation to be considered in.
On your title page please indicate which category you would like to be considered as:
- Presentation only (submit abstract and PowerPoint)
Please refer to this website for updates for other details such as conference schedule, fees, registration, and hotel availability. Refer to the www.nyseta.org website for more information on the organization.