Conference-Related Announcements

 

  • DANCE Saturday Night: And, finally, when all the serious business is done: Get yer boots on, pardner!! The Wilburn Brothers Band, a San Antonio country & western outfit (http://www.judideleon.com/WILBURNBROSBAND.html), will play 8:30 pm – midnight on Saturday, Nov. 10, in the Menger Hotel Ballroom. They’ll lead the willing and the not-so-willing in some Texas-style line dancing, so let’s pack the house – all are welcome

 

  • Online Conference Schedule, Final Version, Posted: Final updates to the schedule posted online include the addition of presentation room assignments, conference center floor plan, and daily schedules (Reminder: presentation abstracts will only be available in the online program, not the printed program)                                 

 

  • Dr. Cheryl Armon will be giving a brief talk on Thursday, Nov. 8 @ 5:15 (Paper Session 3.3), discussing and raising questions about the possible interrelationships between our scholarship and the need for public voices regarding moral events that happen around us. Then, on Friday, Nov. 9th from 12:15 to 1:15 (lunch time program break), she has reserved a small space at the Zuni Grill for people to have lunch together and extend the conversation. The Zuni Grill is only one block from the conference hotel @ 223 Losoya Street, San Antonio, 87205. (phone 210 227 0864). Interested attendees can take their lunch break on Friday at Zuni Grill for fine food and conversation

 

  • Guidebook App version of Conference Schedule added: For those of you who have electronic devices capable of running "Apps" (i.e., smart phones and tablets), we have also created a version of the conference program you can view with the "Guidebook" App. This version includes the conference schedule with individual abstracts (as well as a few other things). You are also able to use the App to develop a personal schedule for the conference, so you might want to download the App for more than just the abstracts.  This application is available via Guidebook (see www.guidebook.com for additional details) and downloading instructions are available via the "Conference Program" link on the left side of this screen.                       (posted October, 2011)

  • Sunday Traffic Issue: On Sunday, Nov. 11, the Rock ‘n Roll Marathon will be in downtown San Antonio.  Thousands of people will be in downtown that day, and traffic will be re-routed.  Please allow yourself extra time when leaving downtown and/or to get to the airport.                         (posted October, 2011)

  • Online Conference Program Updated: Updates to the program posted online include the addition of presentation room assignments, conference center floor plan, and daily schedules (Reminder: presentation abstracts will only be available in the online program, not the printed program)                                  (posted September, 2011)

 

  • Early-Bird Conference Registration Prices end: The registration website will remain open throughout the conference, but the Early-Bird rates ended on August 31st.  As always, each full Registration includes a 1 year membership in AME and subscription to The Journal of Moral Education
    • Full Member Registration: $370 for 3-day conference
    • Student Registration: $270 for 3-day conference
    • One-Day Registration: $150 per day (Nov. 9th or 10th)
    • Workshop Registration (Morning of Nov 8): $100 for Full Members/ $60 for Student Members
  • (posted September, 2012)

 

  • Student and New Scholar Webpage revised and updated, including FAQs (Posted August 9, 2012)

 

  • Before Conference Research Meeting: Journal of Moral Education Special Issue on Moral Foundations Theory

 

  • Preliminary Program is posted (August 6, 2012)

 

  • New Conference Flyer is now available which emphasizes the Invited Speakers for the conference and the general schedule (Posted June 19, 2012)

 

  • Registration website is now available (Posted June 14, 2012)

 

  • "Pre-Conference Workshop" webpage becomes active (Posted June 13, 2012)

 

  • General Conference Schedule: While the final schedule details and program will be available and posted by early Fall, below is the general schedule for the AME 2012 conference.
    • Preconference Workshop will be during Thursday morning, November 8th
    • Official Conference Opening and the beginning of Plenary and Paper/Symposium sessions begins Thursday, November 8th, at 12:30
    • Plenary and Paper/Symposium sessions will continue through the afternoon on Saturday, November 10th, followed by the AME Community Meeting and the annual Banquet in the evening
    • * Workshops and Banquet require an additional fee
      • (Posted June 9, 2012)

 

  • "Student Corner" webpage becomes active (posted June 9, 2012)

 

  • "Guidelines for Presenters" webpage becomes active (posted June 8, 2012)

 

  • Submission Decision Notifications: The review of proposals submitted for presentation at the 38th annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education in San Antonio, Texas, USA, has been completed, and emails have been sent to anyone who submitted a proposal to this year's conference. We were fortunate to receive a large number of proposals this year, and a blind review was completed of each. If you feel you did not receive an email and should have, please contact Dr. Rebecca Glover at AME2012@unt.edu and provide her the details of your submission, including the type of presentation and approximately what date you submitted your proposal.
  • (posted June 7, 2012)

  • Conference Registration Costs: While the registration website will be open during Summer 2012, the final costs for this year's conference have been announced. As always, each full Registration includes a 1 year membership in AME and subscription to The Journal of Moral Education
    • Early Bird Registration: $330 for Full Members/ $230 for Student Members
    • Registration after August 31st: $370 for Full Members/ $270 for Student Members
    • One-Day Registration: $150 per day
    • Workshop Registration: $75 (Morning of Nov 8)
    • (posted Spring, 2012)

 

  • Conference proposal submission website is now closed. Review of all submissions and notification of acceptance expected by the first half of June, 2012

    • (posted Spring, 2012)

 

  • Call for papers Deadline is extended to April 1. (posted March 25, 2012)

 

  • Call for papers is officially distributed. Conference proposal submission website is now open. The deadline for submissions of Posters, Papers, Symposia, and Workshops  is March 18. (January 23, 2012)

 

  • Kuhmerker Dissertation Award nominations due by January 31 (posted Winter, 2012)

 

 

  • Kohlberg Memorial Lecturer for AME's 38th Annual Conference-Dr. Jonathon Haidt-is officially announced. (Fall, 2011)

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  • San Antonio, Texas, USA, November 8-10, 2012, is announced as the location and dates for AME's 38th Annual Conference (Fall, 2010)

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