AASHE 2013 Conference: Stay Connected
We're getting ready for AASHE's 6th annual conference, taking place October 6-9, 2013 in Nashville, Tennessee. Here are a few ways to make sure you don't miss out on the latest updates, deadlines and discounts:
Stay in the Know with the AASHE 2013 Blog
Yes, we're looking forward to some live bluegrass, Southern BBQ and a visit to the Parthenon. But one of the main reasons we chose Nashville, Tennessee as the destination for AASHE 2013 is its lesser-known run to be the "greenest city in the Southeast." Befitting of this year's conference theme, "Resiliency & Adaptation," AASHE 2013 is taking place in a city that is part of the U.S. Mayor’s Climate Protection Agreement, has a comprehensive strategy to ensure consistent access to an affordable, sustainable and nutritious food system, and features a new residential energy efficiency program that provides free in-home energy evaluations and other financial incentives to Nashville homeowners...
Read more about why we chose Nashville as the AASHE 2013 host city in the new AASHE 2013 blog. Found on the home page of the AASHE 2013 conference website, this blog will provide an in-depth look at this year's conference offerings and a behind-the-scenes take on the conference planning. Visit us often for new blog posts.
Stay in the Loop with Conference Notifications
You can stay connected to the latest updates and announcements about AASHE 2013 by signing up for conference notifications about volunteer opportunities, exhibiting or sponsoring, Student Summit information, registration kick-off and discounts, abstract submissions and more. The call for abstracts opens next week! Stay tuned to the AASHE 2013 website for details.
Stay Connected via the AASHE 2013 Social Media Center
We will also be announcing updates via Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, so "like" us and "follow" us here! A new AASHE 2013 Facebook page is also available for finding rideshares and roommates, planning get-togethers, sharing your own Nashville must-do list, and any other networking needs before the conference. Thanks to University at Buffalo's Jim Simon for sharing his must-do list here including great places to grab a drink and network like Yazoo Brewing Company and Jackalope Brewing Company. Please RSVP and invite others to this page!
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