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Passion Talks 2016: Submit a Talk
Passion Talks offer speakers an opportunity to give short talks about their work, faith, passions, and dreams. Each talk is between 10-15 minutes, may include a powerpoint presentation, and will be followed by 5 minutes for Q&A. Passion Talks 2016 will take place from August 12-13, 2016 in the Bay Area. For more information go to:
Please note that for accepted talks, various information (including name) will be included in the online and print conference proceeding unless you explicitly opt-out (see Privacy, below).
This will be our primary means of contacting you. Your email will not be published.
Research Area / Profession Title
Talk Abstract (900 characters max)
We strongly encourage speakers to integrate some aspect of both work and faith in this talk.
Professional Bio (900 characters max)
Please indicate why you are qualified to speak about your topic, along with any other details of interest to a potential listener.
Statement of Faith (900 characters max)
In order to fully appreciate the talks, we ask speakers to be honest and open about their personal faith. Please use the following space to make a brief statement of faith. This will be published with your abstract, though if you do not want this to be associated with your name, just indicate by checking the box under Privacy (below) for "do not post my name." You may (if you wish) use a profession of faith such as the Nicene or Apostles' Creeds.
Availability - Which days can you participate?
Friday and Saturday (preferred)
The following options control what we publish in our conference proceedings, both online and in print.
Please do not post my name.
Please do not post my recorded talk.
Please do not post my professional bio.
Please do not post my photo.
I have used (in this submission) and intend to use a pseudonym for this conference.
Optional: Website, wordpress, linkedin, twitter, google scholar, etc.
Please include any extra details or constraints (as requested above), or comments for the organizers.
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