Area Conference in Seattle: December 12–14, 2019
Fostering a Culture for Science
Washington State Convention Center, 705 Pike St., Seattle WA 98101
We hope you made it to Seattle for the third area conference of 2019.
Twitter hashtags: #NSTA19 (2019 conferences), #NSTA (all-purpose)
Please note that session evaluations cannot be completed via the conference app.
To evaluate a session, attendees should follow these steps:
Our session evaluation system is designed to work from a computer using our online browser. do not evaluate sessions using smartphones/tablets.
· Click on the “Attendee Info” tab and navigate to the “Attendee Service Center Login.”
· Login: E-mail; Password
· Select the Session Evaluations tab.
· Find the session that you have attended, then click on the Start button.
· Follow the step-by-step process.
· Repeat for each session to evaluate.
We encourage presenters to upload materials. To share materials, presenters should login to the Presenter Service Center and follow the instructions on the Presenter Welcome page, which has an Upload Handouts link. All session-related materials will be publicly available. After a resource is uploaded for a session, a link will appear in the session description in the conference session browser.
Earn one (1) or two (2) graduate-level credit/units in professional development through Dominican University of California course #9039. To obtain credit/units, you must be registered for the Seattle area conference, complete the required assignments, and pay a fee of $95 for one credit/unit or $190 for two credits/units. An NSTA transcript is also required. Register for graduate-level credit by Monday, December 30, 2019, and submit the required assignments by Sunday, January 26, 2020. Click here for complete details.