2016 Call for Presentations

The Texas Society of Architects 77th Annual Convention and Design Expo will take place at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio on November 3–5, 2016. We are now accepting CE session proposals for this event.

The theme for the convention is “Convergence,” and we are looking for engaging, timely, and relevant sessions on a wide range of topics, including practice, accessibility, community, sustainability, historic preservation, and more. Interactive presentations are highly encouraged, as are panel presentations and sessions that qualify for HSW credit (please see details below).

The submission deadline for CE session proposals is 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, March 3.

Primary Presenter Information
Presenter Contact
USGBC Session Checklist
Presentation Information

When completing the information below, please keep in mind that TxA's Continuing Education Committee will review more than 100 submissions. Clear, complete, and well-informed answers will greatly enhance the committee’s ability to understand and appreciate your proposal, and can increase the probability that it will be accepted. In particular, the committee looks for a clear understanding of how this presentation will add to the experience and knowledge participants take away from the convention.

  1. Presentation Method (Choose all that apply.)

  2. Preferred Presentation Length

  3. Do you wish to have your presentation submitted for HSW credit? To qualify for HSW credit, your learning objectives (to be entered below) must meet certain guidelines. See AIA's Health, Safety, and Welfare Guidelines.

    , my presentation does not qualify for HSW
  4. List your four (4) objectives or outcomes for the session’s participants. Sessions without four clear learning objectives will not be accepted for consideration. Objectives must answer the question, "What will participants be able to do as a result of their participation?" It is suggested you make your objectives action-oriented: for example, “Participants will diagram, list, analyze, develop, etc.,” or “Participants will be able to identify, calculate, apply, etc.” For more assistance, see AIA's How to Write a Learning Objective.

    Please limit each objective to no more than one sentence. Bullet points are acceptable.
  5. Education Track (Choose one.)

Provide two references who may be contacted to comment on your presentation skills

If your presentation will involve a co-presenter, please provide the following information.

Co-Presenter 1 Information
Co-Presenter 1 Contact
Co-Presenter 2 Information
Co-Presenter 2 Contact
Co-Presenter 3 Information
Co-Presenter 3 Contact
Submittal Information
Please provide contact information of the person submitting this form if other than the individual listed at the beginning of the form.
  1. Please check to certify that: