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CASC Spring 2021 Membership Meeting
April 7 - April 9
The CASC Spring Meeting will be held Wednesday to Friday, April 7-9, 2021, with a co-occurring event on Tuesday, April 6.
Registration is now open on Eventbrite, at https://cascspring2021.eventbrite.com – use the password: spring2021
With travel restrictions still in place among most of our member institutions, this meeting will again be virtual. The Spring Meeting will be our third in the virtual format and we are working to apply lessons learned from our previous meetings to make the Spring Meeting as informative and enjoyable as possible.
CASC Meetings are open to CASC Institution Members and invited guests only.
This is a virtual event only. All registrants will be emailed a link to connect to the meeting 24 hours prior to the event.
Presentations: Presentations from the Spring Meeting have been uploaded here. (May be updated later, depending on permissions.)
Once again a great group of member volunteers has stepped up to help develop the Spring Meeting program. We expect to have a draft meeting program out soon. Events like this are not possible without the effort of our members. Please support the members of this committee by saying ‘yes’ if you are asked to participate. Members of the Spring Meeting Program Committee are:
- Jim Wilgenbusch (UMN, Chair)
- Dhruv Chakravorty (Texas A&M)
- Carolyn Ellis (Purdue)
- Richard Gerber (LBNL)
- Dave Hudak (OSC)
- Alisa Kang (Georgetown)
- Rich Knepper (Cornell)
- Derek Leydig (Penn State)
- Arman Pazouki (Northwestern)
- Shervin Sammak (U-Pitt)
- Mike Warfe (Case Western)
- Is there a charge to attend?
- Is there a limit to the number of persons per member organization who can attend?
Yes, four individuals per member organization may register and attend this event. Since the meeting is virtual this year, we are relaxing the typical two attendee limit per member institution. This is a great opportunity for other senior members of your organization to hear from federal agency representatives and other CASC members. By registering for this meeting, all participants agree to conduct themselves by the CASC Code of Conduct and Anti-Harassment Policy, which outlines CASC’s expectations for participant behavior as well as consequences for unacceptable behavior.
- Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Send an email to info(at)casc.org
- What is the refund/cancellation policy?
Please use the link in the registration confirmation email from EventBrite to cancel your registration.