We are really excited about the fast approaching conference! Here, we are going to be talking about the last technological tool you will be using in the conference: Gather Town. You see, one of the things we always find magical about conferences are the casual conversations and encounters with friends that happen in the hallways … More Networking Session and Gather Town
Hello everyone. Today’s post is about chairs and the role they will play in this year’s conference. If you answered “yes” to our registration or submission questions about being willing to be a chair in the conference, we added you to our “potential chair pool” and then assigned you to a panel in your conference … More Conference Chairs
Hello everyone. A short update today that the conference program is now live and can be found here. If you volunteered to be a chair of a session, we tried to assign you to panels in the same track but in which you are not presenting. Please take a look! We will be sending instructions … More Our Conference Program is Now LIVE!
Our conference paper submission portal is open. The link is posted on the “NECoPA 2021 Online” page, but can also be found here. The form will provide a space for you to upload either a pdf or Word document version of your conference paper. You will also be asked whether you would like the paper … More Conference Paper Submissions and Award Nominations
Hello everyone. We are working on the final program and should have the program posted soon! When we do, we will announce it on here and point you towards the link. Today’s update focuses on the mode of delivery of the conference this year. There are three services, all of which can be accessed through … More Technology and NECoPA – Slack and Zoom
Hello everyone! We are a few short weeks away from NECoPA 2021 and throughout the week this week, we will be providing updates on the tentative conference program, details about the conference format, instructions on how to use the tech that will facilitate the conference, and more. Today’s update: keynote speakers for the conference. This … More NECoPA 2021 Keynote Speakers
Hello everyone. We hope your fall semester has continued running smoothly and productively and that you’re as excited as we are for this fall’s NECoPA! We have finished reviewing submitted panel and paper proposals and decision letters will be going out today. We are extremely excited about the work you are all doing and cannot … More The Registration Portal for NECoPA 2021 is Live!
Hello everyone! First, I hope everyone’s semester has started smoothly and safely as we face a new phase in the COVID-19 pandemic. As much as we would love to host everyone live in New York, the spread of the Delta variant has made our decision to stay online for this fall’s conference feel like the … More Deadline Extended, New Email, and Updates
Moderators serve a vital role in conference panels by keeping the conversation moving but also ensuring that all presentations stay within their time limits. During virtual conferences, moderators have the added responsibility of fielding audience questions in an orderly manner. To prepare you for your role as a moderator at NECoPA 2020, this post provides … More A Moderator’s Role: Keeping the Panel Moving
All papers will be reviewed by the Academic Committee comprised of scholars and practitioners from government agencies. Awards will be presented to the best faculty paper and student paper during the virtual Awards Ceremony on Saturday, November 7th at 12:30 pm. Applicant Requirements Faculty and Students must be enrolled at a university during the academic year … More NECoPA 2020 Best Paper Award: Process and Guidelines