Who Can Submit a Presentation
Any person or group of persons, regardless of affiliation with a secondary school, college, university, or professional school, can submit to GPACC.
Examples: Students, activists, faculty, administrators, LGBTQ community leaders
Types of Submissions Accepted
•Panels: Groups of 3-5 people discussing a specific issue or set of issues and answering questions from the audience.
•Roundtable: A facilitated discussion led by 1-2 people.
•Talks: 1-3 people presenting a paper, research, workshop, or sharing a personal experience.
All submissions should meet the following criteria:
- Address and complement the conference theme
- Fall under one or more of the following goals/outcomes:
Goal 1: Communicates strategies for policy change
Goal 2: Identifies an area of need
Goal 3: Provides strategies for LGBTQ+ student success
Goal 4: Educates about LGBTQ+ issues or identities
Review Process and Submission Deadline
All submissions will be reviewed by the GPACC committee. Committee decisions will be communicated by October 6, 2017.
A 250 word proposal should be submitted to GPACC through the online submission form no later than 11:59pm CDT on Saturday, September 30, 2017.