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January 3rd, 2013

Submit an On-line Proposal for a Session at SHOT 2012

Submit an On-line Proposal for a
at SHOT 2012
All proposals for a complete session must include:
1. Description of the session, including the names of participants and paper titles, and an explanation of how individual papers contribute to an overall theme
2. One-page abstract (maximum 600 words) of each paper included in the session
3. One-page curriculum vitae, including current postal and e-mail addresses for the chair and each presenter or commentor
4. Personal information, including name, email address, and institutional affiliation for the chair and each presenter or commentor
Deadline for proposals is 31 March 2012
Detailed Submission Instructions
Submitting a proposal for a complete session is a two step process.
Step 1:
Send an e-mail to shotwebmaster@virginia.edu with a single attachment containing (1) a description of the session, (2) an abstract of no more than 600 words of all papers included in the session and (3) for each participant a current cv in either Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx) or Rich Text Format (.rtf) file format. Do not use Adobe Acrobat (pdf). IMPORTANT: Name your attachment with your last name and the word ‘proposal’, e.g. ‘Smith_proposal.doc’. Please adhere to the 600-word limit and avoid unusual fonts or special formatting that may interfere with the committee’s ability to review your proposal.
Step 2:
Enter information below for yourself and all other participants in the sesion, as well as for the session theme and proposed papers. Please be sure to complete all three parts of the form–then click the "Submit" button at the bottom of the form.


To report a problem or ask a question about submitting information, please email the Webmaster. For inquiries regarding the program or the status of a proposal, email the Program Chair.
For more information please see the Society’s Annual Meeting Webpage. For general questions about the Society, please email SHOT Secretary Bernie Carlson.