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  • Botany 2012 - Submit a Proposal (Before you Begin)
    may include an introduction as well as concluding discussion An example symposium program is outlined in the timetable below 15 min introduction optional three symposium speakers at 30 minutes each coffee break and three symposium speakers at 30 minutes each followed by a Discussion Introduction optional 15 min Three Speakers 30 min X 3 1 5 hr Coffee Break 30 min Three Speakers 30 min X 3 1 5 hr Discussion Summary optional 15 min Approval of symposium proposals is a two step process First a symposium proposal must be approved for sponsorship either in name only or with financial support by at least one disciplinary section of the BSA and or another society participating in Botany 2013 Second all proposals approved by a Section or partnering Society will be evaluated by the Botany 2013 Program Committee which is composed of all the Program Directors to select those with the greatest potential interest to conference participants while maximizing the diversity of disciplines subject areas and appropriate balance of gender and career stage of the presenters represented in the symposium selection To minimize conflicts there will be no more than two concurrent symposia at any time for a total of 12 symposia for the conference It may be useful for planning purposes for symposium organizers to communicate their symposium idea with the appropriate Program Director before submitting the proposal contact details below Society funding for symposia comes from BSA Sections and partner societies and will only be provided if the symposium has been approved by one or more of these organizations Symposium funding also can come from granting agencies or industry sources and must be accompanied by a letter stating this support for consideration for approval Sponsorship can be requested from more than one BSA Section and or partnering Society as

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