ICC 2020: Registration Information
Presenter registration deadline: November 18, 2019
Registration scholarship application deadline (for K-12/Community College teachers, graduate students): November 1, 2019
Early Bird registration rate ends: December 2, 2019
Advance registration rate ends: January 13, 2020
|(ends 12/02/19)||(12/03/19-01/13/20)||(from 01/14/20)|
|Conference Registration Rates|
|Regular (January 23 plenary through January 25)||$225||$275||$325|
|UA, ASU, NAU Faculty Affiliate||$195||$245||$295|
|One day only (January 24 or 25)||$125||$150||$175|
|Pre- and Post-Conference Workshop Registration Rates (January 25 and 28)|
|3-hour workshop: regular rate||$50||$80||(workshops close 1/13/20)|
|3-hour workshop: student rate||$35||$50||(workshops close 1/13/20)|
Regular conference registration fees include: conference materials; admittance to the keynote and plenary presentations; all paper, poster, and roundtable sessions; lunch on Friday; receptions (with cash bar) on Thursday and Saturday evenings; and coffee breaks each day. The conference registration fee does not include admittance to pre- and post-conference workshops, for which attendees must register separately. See toggle below for the draft conference schedule, and for a draft list of presentation titles, click here [PDF].
Student registration rates are available for currently enrolled fulltime students. Proof of current student status is required at registration.
One day conference registration is for participants who will attend only on Friday January 24 or on Saturday January 25. The fee covers conference materials, admittance to all conference presentations on the selected day, lunch on Friday (for January 24 registrations only) or reception on Saturday (for January 25 registrations only), and coffee breaks on the selected day. Participants will be required to select the day they wish to attend during the registration process.
Remote attendee registration rates are for participants who are unable to attend the conference in person. Remote attendees will have access to live video streams of the keynote and plenary addresses, as well as to selected paper sessions and panel discussions (to be announced in advance of the conference); they can watch those parts of the conference live in their web browser. Links to recordings will be available to them after the conference.
Workshop registration fees include the cost of instruction, workshop materials and a certificate of completion. Participants do not need to register for the conference if they only plan to attend workshop(s). Workshops will close on January 13, or when filled. Register early to guarantee your spot. To learn more about the workshops click here.
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Scholarships: two scholarship competitions close on November 1, 2019:
- K12 Teacher/Graduate student scholarships: a limited number of conference registration scholarships are available for fulltime K-12 teachers and graduate students. For information about eligibility and how to apply, click here. All applications must be received by November 1.
- Community College scholarships: ten scholarships for Community College faculty in Arizona and New Mexico (60+miles from Tucson) are available through a collaboration between the University of Arizona’s Title VI centers: CERCLL, the Center for Middle Eastern Studies, and the Center for Latin American Studies. Awardees will participate in a community college strand that will take place at the conference on January 25 and 26. These awards include: one-day conference registration for January 25, registration for one workshop on January 26, and lodging at the conference site for the night of January 25. For information about eligibility and how to apply, click here. All applications must be received by November 1.
Refund Policy: A 50% refund will be given for registration cancellations received by December 2. No refunds will be offered after this date, except in documented cases where attendees were unable to obtain an international visa (see details below). Please notify us by email (at firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are canceling your registration.
The University of Arizona reserves the right to cancel the conference if necessary; in the unlikely event that cancellation happens, registrants will receive a full refund of their conference fees.
Draft Conference Schedule Outline
|Thursday January 23|
|9am - 12pm||Pre-Conference Workshops|
|1pm - 4pm||Pre-Conference Workshops|
|5pm - 7pm||Plenary I and reception|
|Friday January 24|
|8:30am - 6:30pm||Keynote presentation and paper sessions (with lunch included)|
|Saturday January 25|
|9am - 5:45pm||Plenary II, papers, posters, and roundtables|
|6pm - 7:30pm||Reception|
|Sunday January 26|
|9am - 12pm||Post-Conference Workshops|
Most international guests will need to apply for a temporary, non-immigrant visa to attend our conference. For instructions on applying for a visa, please visit the U.S. State Department website. Here you will find a complete list of U.S. embassies around the world. 38 countries are part of the U.S. Visa Waiver Program, and do not require visas for most short-term visits to the U.S. Please see the U.S. State Department’s Visa Waiver Program website for full details.
It is highly recommended that you begin your visa application procedure as soon as possible to ensure ample time for the process. CERCLL does not provide “invitation letters”, however we can send you a letter to say that you have registered for the conference as soon as your registration is complete and this can be used in your visa application. (Please note that registration is complete only when the registration fee is received.) After you have registered, please send an email to email@example.com to request the letter.
In the event that you are not able to obtain a visa after requesting this letter, we will refund your registration fees minus a $25 processing fee. To be eligible for this refund you must forward to CERCLL your visa application denial by January 6, 2020.