Course Faculty Information

Become an ASSH Course Faculty Member

The ASSH is always looking for new, talented speakers to join our course faculty.  If you would like to put your expertise to work as a lecturer, moderator, small group leader or lab instructor please contact the ASSH at meetings@assh.org.  Please include your full contact information and topics you are interested in speaking on.

Submit an abstract for presentation at the Annual Meeting
Want to present a Paper, Poster, Instructional Course or Symposium at the Annual Meeting?  Visit the ASSH Call For Abstracts section for details on how to submit your proposal.

Current Faculty or Annual Meeting Presenter
Looking for information about your course or Annual Meeting presentation?  Contact the ASSH at meetings@assh.org with your question and we'll make sure it's directed to your staff contact for follow-up.

See link menu to the left for Faculty Information pages that may already be setup for your course or program!

Other Important Links:
ASSH Handout Policy


Helpful Articles for Presenters

Is Your Networking Working? by Dave Lutz
One major advantage face-to-face meetings have over virtual events is improved networking results. It’s up to you to crank up the networking opportunities and ensure that the connections participants make are of the highest quality. Download article.
 

101 Presentation Tips by Distinction Communication Inc. & TriMax Direct
This eResource guide represents practical insight from top industry experts and puts their collective wisdom into an easy‐to‐follow, personal reference guide broken down by the
issues that matter most.  Learn how to prepare a presentation, overcome anxiety, review PowerPoint best practices, how to build delivery skills and more! Download article.

5 Tips For Breathing Life into Boring Technical Information by Nick Morgan
Use these five tips to assess your presentation and the direction of your talk.  Understanding your purpose is to persuade is the first lesson.  Download article.

 

 Section Highlights

 
 

 Foundation Information

 
 

 ASSH Resource Guide

 
 

 Member/Professional Quick Links