Registration & Abstracts

KAS Annual Meeting - Registration & Abstracts


After October 1:
$5 for all Students after Oct 1
$5 for Teachers after Oct 1
$10 for Professionals after Oct 1


Abstract submission closed on October 1

If someone else is paying for your registration
Please register yourself, and choose " Bill Me" for your payment option. Then forward the email with your invoice to the person who is paying for your registration. They may pay by check or credit card.
Deferred Registration payments are due by October 27

Final Registration Deadline is Wednesday November 3.

Abstracts and Presentations

Abstract submission deadline was October 1.
Abstracts must be uploaded following the KAS format. KAS publishes abstracts in our Journal following the Annual meeting and if your abstract does not meet our formatting requirements we may not publish it.
Abstracts received with an unregistered first author will be rejected.
Please review the  Abstract Instructions for the required format.
Please review the KAS Plagiarism Policy to avoid inadvertent errors

Presentation submission deadline is Nov 3.

Presentations may be either slide show format or poster format. All presentations will be together in a single session. Each presenters has a 15 minute time slot. We recommend that your presentation be 10-12 minutes, leaving 3-5 minutes for questions & discussion. Submitting authors will be able to upload a pdf or powerpoint file of their presentation using login credentials received upon  abstract submission.

KAS  Poster Instructions

Video Tips for a Good Presentation
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Undergraduate Student Competitions
Students are permitted to submit multiple abstracts, however, only one abstract may be judged for competition. If you are submitting multiple abstracts please email us.
Undergraduates and high school students will automatically be entered in the competition for their session. 
Students participating in a competition, please refer to the KAS Student Competition scoring form.
All questions about abstracts and presentations should be directed to KAS Program Coordinator Melony Stambaugh.

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