2020 ACSM Northwest Annual Meeting
Following an outstanding 2019 annual meeting in Bend, the ACSM Northwest Chapter is planning the 2020 annual meeting for February 28th and 29th in Boise, Idaho. The 2020 annual meeting is being directed by Stephanie Hall and Eli Lankford in conjunction with the executive board.
If you are interested in supporting our meeting through sponsorship, please contact Chuck Dumke at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on the opportunities available. We are able to keep costs down while maintaining a high quality program due to the support of our sponsors. Thank you.
Dates: February 28-29, 2020
Location: Boise State University, Boise, ID
Directors: Stephanie Hall, Boise State University (email@example.com) and Eli Lankford, Brigham Young University-Idaho (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Boise 2020 Theme: "In the World of Science there is Constant Flux,
50 years of Medicine & Science in Sports and Exercise"
- Bruno Balke, MSSE Editor 1969
The 2020 Annual Meeting is expected to attract 400+ students and professionals from the fields of Exercise Science and Sports Medicine. This annual meeting represents the single best opportunity for sponsors to make an impact with ACSM Northwest members through product displays, speaker and workshop sponsorship, student research award sponsorship, as well as sponsorship opportunities for several social events.
Located in the heart of the Boise State Campus, the Student Union Building is the center for student activities and involvement. In addition to meeting attendees, sponsors can expect to have the audience of Boise State’s students, faculty, and staff as it is a popular meeting place during both the weekdays and weekends. The Student Union is as striking as the outside of the building with plenty of open space for mingling with attendees, as well as plenty of power outlets and Wi-Fi access throughout the convention center.
Annual meeting lodging is provided through Holiday Inn Express, which is a short ¾ mile walk away from the center. Of course, opportunities for skiing and biking are available at Bogus Basin (20 min) and the Greenbelt path along the Boise River (5 min).
If you are interested in promoting your graduate program in the Northwest region to our student attendees, please contact Chuck Dumke at email@example.com.
We are now accepting proposals for symposia presented at the 2020 meeting in Boise. Please download and read through the document below. Submissions are due September 23rd, 2019 by 5pm PST.
2020 Symposium Submission Guidelines
Clinical Case Proposals
We are now accepting clinical case proposals to be presented at the 2020 meeting in Boise. Please download and read through the document below. Submissions are due September 27th, 2019 by 5pm PST.
2020 Clinical Case Proposal Application