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Annual Conference Abstract Submission Form
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WRRI Annual Conference Abstract Form
Fill out this form to propose a panel, poster, talk, workshop or activity at the NC WRRI Annual Conference.
Organization / Affiliation
Position / Title
Primary Email Address
Secondary Email Address
Are you a student?
If you are a student, please select your status.
Is your abstract related to research funded in whole or in part by WRRI? (This information is for administrative purposes only. It will not impact acceptance decisions.)
Yes, my presentation will cover CURRENT WRRI-funded work.
Yes, my presentation will cover PREVIOUS WRRI-funded work.
No, my presentation is not based on any WRRI funding.
Please select your primary presentation type preference. Please also mark any alternative presentation types you are willing to explore. Standard oral and poster presentation slots are limited and, while we will do our best to accommodate presenters' first choice, we encourage presenters to think about other creative and engaging ways to share their work.
1. Oral Presentation
This session style is a standard 20-minute presentation.
2. Full Concurrent Oral Session
This style is a set of four 20-minute oral presentations on a similar theme. Your abstract represents the overall theme and suggests the individual topics. You are responsible for recruiting all four speakers.
3. Poster Presentation
4. Lightning Talk
This style is a short talk of five to seven minutes and will be combined with other lightning talks or will appear as part of a panel.
5. Participatory Session
This style is a hands-on, interactive session lasting one to two hours. It may feature a panel, instruction, skill training, demonstration, discussion or other facilitated activity.
6. Panel Discussion
This style is a set of speakers or panelists organized around a similar topic, with short or no set talks, including a moderated discussion with session attendees.
If you have an alternative session style for presenting a water-related topic or theme, please share it with us. We are open to new ideas that engage, excite and inform!
Be Free! – Alternative Session Style Idea
Co-Author(s) – Include name and affiliation for each co-author.
Presenter(s) (If different from the person listed at the top of this form, or if more than one person will be presenting). Include name, affiliation and email address of each presenter.
A/V needs – All rooms will be equipped with a standard PowerPoint-capable computer, presentation screen and microphone. Specify if you have any additional A/V or equipment needs. NOTE: If you need sound, such as for videos, specify here or inform us PRIOR to arrival for your session.
Abstract (250-word limit)