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Session Conveners for Security Professionals Conference
From: Cathy Bates <batescj () APPSTATE EDU>
Date: Mon, 1 Apr 2013 15:28:41 -0400

Hi Everyone,


If you are planning to attend the Security Conference in St. Louis next
month, please consider signing up as a session convener.  We still have
several sessions available:


What is a Session Convener?

Volunteering as a session convener is an easy way to get involved and meet
people in the community. You must be registered for the conference, and your
responsibilities will include:


* Introducing the speaker(s)

* Ensuring that the session ends on time

* Making any last-minute announcements

* Summoning technology assistance if needed

* Reminding attendees to complete the session evaluation form

If you have any questions, please let me know or contact Valerie Vogel (
<mailto:vvogel () educause edu> vvogel () educause edu).


Thank you!

Cathy Bates

2013 Security Professionals Conference Vice Chair




From: Valerie Vogel

Sent: Wednesday, March 20, 2013 3:55 PM

To: Cathy Bates ( <mailto:batescj () appstate edu> batescj () appstate edu)

Subject: SEC13 Follow-up Items



Hi Cathy,


I believe these were our action items from today's call. Please let me know
if I've missed anything. I can start drafting e-mails on Thursday.


1) Send an e-mail to the SEC14 program committee about volunteering to help
make sure Organized Dinner groups successfully meet in the hotel lobby on
Monday and Tuesday evening. 


2) Send an e-mail to the Security Discussion list inviting attendees to sign
up as a session convener [In Progress]:


3) Update the Mentoring page with info about volunteering as a session
convener [DONE]:





Valerie Vogel Program Manager



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