Graduate Student Fair
The 2020 Graduate Student Fair will be held on Friday evening of the conference. Each year we continue to increase the number of programs represented. This is one of the most popular events with very heavy student traffic. Please consider this opportunity to market your program and recruit some of the best undergraduate & graduate students to your program. Applications and payments are accepted through the link on the ACSM site. The link for payments will be posted soon on the ACSM Website. Programs are encouraged to register early. Registration fees will increase as we get closer to the conference. Room for only 48 programs, so register early.
Rates are as follows:
- $75 prior to October 31, 2019
- $85 between November 1-30, 2019
- $100 after December 1, 2019
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with any questions).
Congratulations, to the students from Kennesaw State University who represented the SEACSM chapter at our 2019 Annual ACSM Meeting in May and won the 12th Annual Student Bowl Competition at the National meeting!! The winning team members were Ally Kuntz, Emma Chorney, Joy Tankersley, and Kayla Alesi. If you would like to compete in the 2020 Undergraduate Student Bowl at the annual SEACSM Meeting in February please be aware that team registration opens on October 1, 2019. Sponsors should contact Amanda Price at firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Undergraduate Student Bowl Requirements:
Students and Club Advisors: It is time to start thinking of who you want to represent your undergraduate program in the 2019 SEACSM Undergraduate Student Bowl. This is one of the most highly attended events at our annual meeting. Students are provided an opportunity to showcase their knowledge while competing in a jeopardy style competition. The winning team will be invited to represent the SEACSM chapter while competing at the ACSM Annual Meeting in San Francisco, CA. SEACSM contributes up to $300 towards travel for each student to attend the ACSM Annual Meeting. All teams must have a Faculty Sponsor and 3 undergraduate students (no graduate students are allowed to participate). The Faculty Sponsor needs to contact Amanda Price (email@example.com). to register their team starting on October 1, 2019. Only ONE team per university can be accepted and students must be undergraduates of that university at the time of the competition. Due to limited space and equipment only a limited number of teams can be accepted to participate. Faculty Sponsors who have registered a team will receive an update email with helpful instruction to prepare for the event after registration closes.