The WRSA Spring/Summer Newsletter, which shipped to current members in early summer, is now available here in electronic format. Chock full of all the preliminary information you need to plan your Santa Fe 2017 annual meeting travel! The Newsletter also includes a rundown on our successful Hawaii meeting earlier this year, along with other association news and updates. Enjoy!
Some locations are so nice you can’t visit them only once. Thus it is that the WRSA returns to Santa Fe, New Mexico, and the La Fonda hotel for its 56th annual meeting in early 2017. Meeting dates for next year’s meeting are February 15-18, with opening plenary and reception scheduled for Wednesday the 15th, followed by three full days of sessions on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.
Our official meeting hotel is the La Fonda, located directly on the Plaza in central Santa Fe. Our negotiated room rate is $149/night (plus applicable taxes and fees) and includes internet and self-parking. See “Hotel Information” tab to the left for room reservation instructions.
Additional meeting details will be posted in the months to come, so check back frequently! Most importantly, remember the traditional October 15, 2016 paper submission deadline! Papers can already be submitted via the “Login/Register” link to the left.
Our 55th annual meeting was all we could hope for: great sessions, warm and sunny weather, and excellent company. The final printed version of the meeting program can be found here.
Check back soon for meeting photos and, of course, preliminary information on next year’s conference in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
We’re just days away from the opening of our 55th annual meeting on the Big Island of Hawaii. Here’s the final program line-up! See you there!
We’re about ready to send papers out to session chairs and discussants and have updated the program to reflect all changes received to date. Version 3 should be about final and can be found here.
The preliminary meeting program has been updated to version 2.0. Please, if you haven’t done so already, be sure to check your assignments and let us know if there are any errors to be corrected. Also, be sure to check back frequently for changes: unfortunately they will occur!
Papers are due to be sent out to discussants and session chairs in a week or so. Please do update your paper now if necessary.
Version 1 of our preliminary meeting program for the Hawaii conference is now available here!
This means that NOW is the time for hotel reservations and meeting preregistration. Information on both can be found under the appropriate annual meeting links on our website.
It’s here, hot off the presses: the Fall 2015 WRSA Newsletter. Take a look inside for all your annual meeting information: travel logistics, hotel reservation information, student volunteer opportunities, and more!
The paper submission deadline for our 55th annual meeting on the Big Island of Hawaii, February 14-17, 2016, is extended to November 16, 2015. That day will be our hard deadline for papers, to allow time for manuscript review and preliminary program preparation. If your paper is ready to submit, please do go ahead and upload it. However, for those in need of the extra time to get their papers polished (or completed), we’re happy to be able to offer a few weeks of extra breathing room.
With regard to travel arrangements for the meeting, keep in mind that Hawaii in the winter is attractive to more than just regional scientists! Those booking on the earlier side will likely find better airfares and will have a greater choice of room types from our negotiated room block (this is especially true for those extending their stays beyond the dates of the meeting). See Hotel Information for room reservation instructions.
The 2015 Spring/Summer Newsletter is newly posted and is chock full of preliminary meeting information for our 55th Annual Meeting, to be held at the Hilton Waikoloa on the Big Island of Hawaii, February 14-17, 2016. Wondering how to book your room? Submit a paper? It’s all in the Newsletter!
This issue of the Newsletter also gives a recap of this year’s annual meeting in Tucson (including pictures!) and includes information for both the Tiebout and the Ben Steven’s Fellowship graduate student competitions. Read on!