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Abstract Submission Information
Contact and Author Information
The person submitting the abstract will automatically be assigned as the contact person for the submission.
The following information is required for the contact person: Full Name, Affiliation/Organization, Email Address, and Phone Number.
You will be asked to list each author of the paper. When adding/modifying authors please pay particular attention to the author order as they are entered.
This is the order in which the authors will appear in our printed and web content.
The following information is required for each author: Full Name, Affiliation/Organization, and Email Address.
- Title: Proposal Title should not exceed 150 characters.
Abstracts: Must be a minimum of 150 words and a maximum of 250 words.
We recommend that you copy and paste the text of your abstract from a Text Editor (e.g. Notepad, Notepad++, TextEdit) into our submission form.
Abstracts are not edited and are published as submitted, so please make sure you proofread your work carefully.
Posters: Completed poster size/dimensions: 4 X 6 foot display boards will be provided to mount poster presentations at the conference. An Adobe Acrobat (PDF) file of the presentation
should be provided for posting on website.
- Session Format: Paper: 15-minute Presentation, Discussion Topic, Poster, or Student Poster.
Topic Area: Select the Topic Area that best corresponds to your proposal.
If your proposal falls under more than one Topic Area you may rank the top three topics in the order that best represents the primary focus of your proposal.
Please be aware that the Committee may re-categorize a proposal during the review process if they believe it better corresponds to another Topic Area.
Children and Youth
Data Collection Methods
Education and Training
Environment and Natural Resources
Family and Household
Government Statistics and Public Policy
Health Care and Public Health
Poverty and Socioeconomic Status
Race and Ethnicity