The deadline for submission was February 28, 2010. Proposals may be submitted by individuals, school districts, institutions, organizations, foundations, associations, and education providers. CLICK HERE for the proposal application.
For questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (703) 875-0701.
For 2010, we are encouraging proposals in the four following themes:
Pre-College/ Secondary Education
Subjects may include, but are not limited to:
Evidence-based practices and strategies for high schools, two- and four-year institutions, and proprietary institutions;
Student tracking and monitoring;
Program planning and implementation;
Students with disabilities;
Solutions for HBCUs, HIS, and Tribal Colleges;
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)
International program/ strategies;
Research, evaluation, and impact analysis; and
Proposals should be submitted electronically on the following link as an MS Word (or equivalent text) document in an e-mail attachment, equivalent to an 8.5” X 11” sheet.
Each proposal must consist of two items:
Title of Presentation
An abstract of the presentation to be no longer than 125 words
Name and e-mail addresses of all co-presenters
Proposals that do not follow the above conventions will not be considered. To submit your proposal, click here.
Presenters are encouraged to bring handouts summarizing the key points of their presentation and to contain information that participants should remember once they have returned to their institution. Printouts of power point presentations are also encouraged. Each breakout session will be attended by approximately 60 people. For an updated estimate of the number of participants that will attend your session, please contact EPI at email@example.com
EPI will provide a data projector for each presentation but participants should provide their own laptop. Click here to view the Palmer House’s presentation services form.
EPI does not provide any compensation for individuals accepted to serve as conference presenters. This includes compensation for travel-related expenses and hotel accommodations. Participants will be charged the Early Bird Registration Fee of $595. Hotel reservation information is available on the Retention 2010 website. The deadline for hotel reservations is April 20, 2010.
All proposals must be submitted by FEBRUARY 28, 2010 and will be considered upon application.