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AAAS Southwestern and Rocky Mountain Division meeting

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The AAAS Southwestern and Rocky Mountain Division will hold its 86th annual meeting at the University of Tulsa, Oklahoma, March 31-April 4 2012.. This year's theme is "Science and Technology at the Crossroads," and will include sessions on biomedicine, archaeology, and science education, among others. We look forward to seeing you in Tulsa!


  • Non-presenter registrations: March 10, 2012. After this date, registrations will only be accepted on-site at the primary meeting venue (Allen Chapman Activity Center) March 31-April 4, 2012
AAAS Member and Non-Member Fees

Professional ($65)
University/College Faculty ($65)
Retired Professor/Professional ($50)
Post doctorate ($50)
Undergraduate/graduate student ($25)

University of Tulsa Student Research Colloquium Participant ($0)
K-12 Teacher ($10)
K-12 Student ($0)
Single day pass (non-presenters only) ($20)

The list below represents the special topic symposium and workshop proposals received to date. This list will be expanded as symposium/workshop proposals are received. Several of the organizers of these symposia are soliciting submissions.

  • Cedar Expansion on the Great Plains
  • Innovations in Interdisciplinary Education in Health Professions
  • Physiotherapy in Huntington's Disease
  • Biotechnology
  • Community Medicine
  • NSF Student Research Fellowship Panel
  • Endangered Species in Oklahoma
  • Rainforest Ecology
  • Un-Common Sense: The Prospects for Enhancing Research Ethics in an Era of a New and Improved Common Rule
  • Increasing Regional Bioscience Research Capacity Through Outreach, Cooperation, and Internships
  • Virus Ecology and Epidemiology
  • Implementation of Engineering Curricula in Middle School
  • Science/Math Interests and Attitudes 3-5th Grade Children
  • Secondary Education Techniques
  • SENSEsational Education Techniques
  • Building Long-term University and Community School Partnerships
  • Recent Applications and Techniques in Archaeology
  • Midwestern Archaeology Lexicon
  • Poverty and Social Determinants of Health
  • Development and Application of Novel MRI Approaches for Investigating the Neurophysiological Correlates of Depression
  • Hope among the Homeless: Health and Emotional Well-Being in At-Risk Populations
  • The Pluripotent State: There and Back Again
  • Science and Religion: Building Bridges, Dismantling Misconceptions
  • Research Studies on Trauma, Abuse, and Neglect: From the Community to the Lab and Back Again
  • Physiological Responses to Human Exercise Performance
  • Biomedical Informatics

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