September 23, 2010
by Canadian Architect
The Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) and its Continuing Education Committee invites presenters to submit proposals for ConEd sessions to be considered for the 2011 OAA Conference, which is themed “Architecture: Urbanization and Globalization.”
“This year we’re looking to inspire Ontario architects with presentations focused on urbanization and globalization,” says OAA President and Chair of the Continuing Education Committee Gerrie Doyle. “Tying the theme to this year’s ConEd is a main objective.”
“We are looking for presenters who excel in their areas of expertise and can deliver captivating and educational presentations. We are providing a user-friendly Call for Proposals format, to assist potential presenters in describing their Continuing Education session, background, and learning objectives,” explains Doyle.
All Calls for Proposals must be aligned with the OAA Conference theme to be considered for presenting at the 2011 conference, taking place from May 17-21, 2011 in Toronto at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre and the Hotel InterContinental.
Please visit the OAA website at www.oaa.on.ca to learn more about the opportunities and the process. To download the Call for Proposals, please visit www.oaa.on.ca/client/oaa/OAAHome.nsf/web/Con+Ed+Call+for+Proposals?OpenDocument.
The deadline for submissions is November 1, 2010.