60-minute Seminar Call for Proposals

Vendors, Researchers and  Experts are encouraged to submit proposals for 60-minute AIA/CES seminar presentations. These professional development seminars represent a continuing education opportunity as part of the AIA Wisconsin Conference program. Five time slots allow for up to 17 one-hour seminars during the AIA Wisconsin Conference on Architecture.  

Presenting at the AIA Wisconsin Conference on Architecture provides you with an unparalleled opportunity to share new ideas or highlight noteworthy projects, research and practices with other design professionals. It also earns you recognition as an expert in the field during the conference.

The AIA Wisconsin Conference Planning Committee will review each submitted proposal and evaluate it based on qualifications outlined in the application and looking specifically for informative and interactive seminars addressing a professional audience of architects and designers. 

Seminar selection begins as early as early as December; submit your Seminar Proposal as soon as possible. Sponsorship is required. Proposals received after March 1 will not be considered. Please give us a call if you have any questions . . . (608) 257-8477.

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Expo Education Programs

Host a program in your booth for groups of 10-12 attendees per session. Participating vendors are required to present the 15-minute Expo Education Programs (EEPs) at least four times their booth during scheduled Expo hours.

EEPs encourage additional traffic throughout the Expo by offering AIA members the opportunity to learn valuable information about the latest technologies and applications. These sessions cannot be “sales pitches” or “product demos” and need to follow the AIA Continuing Education Guidelines. 

Participating exhibitors will deliver relevant, content-rich information in 15-minute sessions. Those attending four coordinated quarter-hour sessions earn 1.0 learning unit hour. AIA Wisconsin will compile and report member participation for the AIA/CES credit. 

Examples of acceptable educational activities at an exhibit booth include: short videos, PowerPoint presentations, hands-on demonstrations, games and trivia contests and computer exercises.

A fee applies to this opportunity. Call for Proposals will be available after February 1.

 

 

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