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1st Annual ChamPIOns Symposium
April 3-7, 2017 - Division III Week
Call for Proposals
The ChamPIOns Symposium Organizing Committee seeks presentation proposals for the 1st Annual ChamPIOns Symposium. This symposium is designed to highlight ChamPIOns in the Classroom, Competition, Community, and Character. Through interdisciplinary exploration, this symposium will highlight the work, accomplishments, and talents of Lewis & Clark College student-athletes, coaches, administrators, faculty, and community members who demonstrate the ChamPIOns philosophy.
We are accepting presentation proposals for individual or small group presentations, full panels, hands-on workshops, readings, demonstrations, and artistic productions. Please see the list of presentation formats below.
If you are submitting a full panel or small group presentation please be sure to provide the names and email addresses of all participants in the Brief Biographical Information of Presenter(s) section.
Proposals are due by Friday, February 3, 2017 at 5:00pm PST.
After you submit this form you will receive an automatic receipt confirming your submission. If you do not receive an automatic receipt via email, then you should assume that we did not receive your proposal.
Announcement of accepted proposals will be made by email in February. The full program schedule will be posted by early March.
Please direct questions to Kayleigh McCauley,
Professional Title or Sport(s)
Affiliation * for community presenters only
Title of Presentation (12 words max)
Format of Presentation
Twenty-5 (1 Speaker) - A short twenty minute presentation with five minutes of Q&A.
Forty Five-15 (1-3 speakers) - A forty five minute presentation highlighting key insights and information on a given topic, including a 15 minute audience Q&A.
Full Panel - Panels consist of 4-6 individuals who are content experts or have shared experiences. A diverse and focused discussion around a particular topic followed by audience Q&A.
Hands-On Workshop - A casual hands-on experience showcasing a particular idea; an in-depth, instructional program with hands-on learning and specific takeaways.
Readings - Original works only; examples include slam poetry, short stories, essays, and poems.
Demonstrations - Conceptual or Physical Projects. Conceptual - Projects that do not yet exist in a physical form. Physical - Projects that have moved past the conceptual phase and now exist.
Artistic Production - Art installations, Music, and Independent Film Screenings
Brief Biographical Information of Presenter(s)
Abstract - no more than 250 words
Anticipated AV needs and any other logistical or technical requirements
If you are a student, please indicate if your presentation will be drawn from work in a course or internship, is part of a thesis, or is based on independent research.
Work in a Course
For artistic productions, please send an image(s) or video(s) that accurately portrays your work to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you interested in serving as a Student Co-Chair for the ChamPIOns Symposium?
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