[CESElist] Re: CESE planning for NSTA National
frack2 at unl.edu
Mon Oct 27 07:20:37 MDT 2008
ANDRILL is interested in a 10' x 10' booth space for the NSTA meeting
in New Orleans for our display and related information. Please let me
know what else I need to do, if anything, to confirm this request.
Frank R. Rack, Ph.D.
ANDRILL Science Management Office
125C Bessey Hall
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Lincoln, NE 68588-0341
Tel: (402) 472-4785
Fax: (402) 472-6724
Email: frack2 at unl.edu
On Oct 24, 2008, at 5:11 PM, Leslie Peart wrote:
Hello CESE members,
It's NSTA time again and we’re preparing for the
2009 National Conference on Science Education
New Orleans, LA
Deep Earth Academy and I will be taking over IRIS' role of
coordinating the CESE booth reservations this year. We will need to
know of your organization's interest in participating by Friday,
November 7th. We will continue to follow the usual routine of
reserving space now, and waiting until after the new year to reserve
booth furniture, audio/visual, etc.
If you know of other organizations who might like to participate,
please feel free to forward this email on to them. The benefits of
boothing with CESE include...
Close proximity of CESE organizations for easy "shopping" by attendees,
a significant discount on the price per foot,
the ability for small organizations to rent less than 10 feet of
the ability for larger organizations to support smaller organizations
by renting more than 10 feet of space to off set the
item above, and
it’s fun to booth together (corny but true)!
Deep Earth Academy (formerly JOILearning) has found this arrangement
very advantageous in the past and we with to extend our thanks to
IRIS and GSA for shepherding the effort in past years. They’ve given
us a high standard to live up to.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
P.S. Don’t forget to vote!
Director, Deep Earth Academy
Consortium for Ocean Leadership
1201 New York Av, NW, Fourth Floor
Washington, D.C. 20016
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