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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PROPOSALS: AISB Workshop Series

http://www.aisb.org.uk/events/members-workshop-series



The AISB hosts a series of workshops across the country, covering a wide range of themes pertinent 
to the aims of the AISB. If you are interested in hosting one of these events, you will find 
information on what you will need to do on this page.
 
These events are abstract-only and free for all AISB members. Current non-members would be able 
to attend for the cost of AISB membership, which they will be asked to arrange and pay for in 
advance by submitting a completed application form to the Executive Office. They would then be 
eligible to a year's membership of the Society. This applies to speakers and audience alike.
 
Refreshments (coffee and teas) are funded by the AISB. The first two workshops were both held at 
Goldsmiths, while a third was hosted in April 2013 at St Marys University College on the topic 
of consciousness (more information about these on our website: 
http://www.aisb.org.uk/events/members-workshop-series).
 
In order to propose a workshop, you will need to complete a brief application with the following 
details:
1.Workshop title;
2.Workshop abstract (200-400 words approx.); 
3.Organiser(s) and main contact (include details of expertise in proposed topic);
4.Host Institution details (name, address);
5.Planned dates for event (please also include proposed deadlines for the following): 

◦Abstract Submission,
◦Notification of Decision,
◦Registration,
◦Workshop; 

6.Possible speakers (e.g. do you plan to invite speakers?);
7.Where you would advertise (e.g. could you create a page on your institution website?). 

There are plans for a series of publications from these events, with the expectation that workshop 
organisers participating to in this process. 

Details for hosting the workshops can be found here: 
http://aisb.org.uk/media/files/AISBWorkshops.pdf
 
For more information, please visit our webpages, or you can contact Yasemin 
( yj.erden@smuc.ac.uk This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. 
You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ) or Kent ( K.McClymont@exeter.ac.uk 
This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ) 
with any questions.