Annual Meeting Overview

The 2021 KAS Annual Meeting is Friday & Saturday, November 5-6
 Find out more about our decision to hold the meeting virtually
Many thanks to Eastern Kentucky University for being our "virtual host"

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Abstract Submission and Early Registration deadline is October 1.
More Details about Registration & Abstracts

Thank you to our excellent planning team:Jon Dixon wih Van de Graaff generator
KAS President Trent Garrison
KAS President-Elect Jon Dixon
KAS Program Coordinator Melony Stambaugh
KAS Vice-President Julie Reizner
EKU Local host  team: Tanea Reed, Thomas Jarvis, Jessica Lair, Walter Borowski, Mary Beth Trice

Annual Meeting Schedule

Friday, November 5

9am - 12 noon ET  - Friday Morning Presentations
Agricultural Sciences
Chemistry: Analytical / Physical
Cellular & Molecular Biology
Geology
Zoology / Botany


12:15-1:15 ET - Plenary session

1:30-4:30 pm ET - Friday Afternoon Presentations
Ecology
Chemistry: Organic / Inorganic
Physiology & Biochemistry
Geography
Mathematics

4:30 pm ET -  Keynote: Dr. Burton Webb

Saturday November 6
9am - 12 noon ET - Saturday Morning Presentations
Physics & Astronomy
Science Education
Microbiology
Computer & Information Sciences
Engineering

12 noon ET -- Keynote: Dr. Chanda Prescod-Weinstein
1pm - KAS Award Presentation and Annual Business meeting

2-5pm - Saturday Afternoon Presentations
Social Sciences: Psychology, Anthropology, Sociology
Environmental Sciences
Health Sciences
                           


Registration
Free for members before Oct 1
$5 for Student non-members before Oct 1
$10 for Professional non-members before Oct 1

How to become a KAS member
All pre-registration payments are due Oct 27

2020 Annual Meeting program & past programs archive

Annual Meeting Links 2021


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The Kentucky Academy of Science Annual Meeting is an interdisciplinary professional environment that cultivates scientific discovery and understanding.

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