Program Planning

How to get involved

Join a committee.

Programming committees are responsible for establishing relevant symposia and reviewing general abstracts. This includes:

  • Working together to draft symposia proposals. Each programming committee is encouraged to submit multiple proposals for consideration.
  • Review and provide light technical edits to general abstracts assigned to you by the program chair. Not all committees will receive general abstracts. Some committees will have to seek out colleagues to act as additional reviewers.
  • Depending on the number of general sessions, committee members may be asked to act as session chairs at the meeting.
  • All committee members are asked to serve for at least 3 years with the expectation to serve as program chair at the end of the term.

Become a reviewer.

While committee members are expected to act as reviewers, committees often have to seek outside help to get through large numbers of abstract submissions. 

If you want to get involved as a committee chair or reviewer send an email to asas@asas.org with the subject line "Get involved - Meeting Title and Year"

 

Symposium suggestions from the membership

Use one of the forms below to let meeting programming committees know what specific topics and speakers you want to see at the next meeting.

ASAS-CSAS Annual Meeting and Trade Show

This form is open until August 1, 2017.

Midwestern Section

This form is open until August 1, 2017.

Southern Section

This form is open until August 1, 2017.

Western Section

This form is closed.

Northeast Section

This form is closed.

Symposium proposals from programming committees

ASAS-CSAS Annual Meeting and Trade Show

This form is closed.

Midwestern Section

This form is open until August 7.

Southern Section

This form is closed.

Western Section

This form is closed.

Northeast Section

This form is closed.

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Membership is open to individuals, organizations, or firms interested in research and application, instruction, or extension in animal science or associated with the production, processing, marketing, or distribution of livestock and livestock products.

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