Friday, January 23, 2015

Kentucky Speech-Hearing Association Annual Convention -News

If you are planning on attending the KSHA conference Feb 25-28th there is an opportunity for students to attend for free. See the notice below.  I would also encourage you to come out and cheer on our praxis team- this is Murray's year to take home the trophy!   

ATTENTION!!! Calling all KSHA Conference attendees!!!

Are you currently a student?  Would you like to attend the KSHA Conference for free? If so, please consider signing up as a student volunteer.  You will be reimbursed you KSHA Conference fee after completion of your duty.  You hand out packets and information from a registration table for a few hours and can attend for free!

1)  Student volunteers are needed to work the registration desk.
     Those who complete their shift will receive a refund of their convention registration.
     Please share the link below and encourage your students to sign-up.

Faculty & Alumni- the convention is looking for session moderators what a great way for MSU to have a presence at the conference and provide service to our state association. Let us know if you are attending we would like to visit at the praxis bowl!

Are you currently a professional?  Please consider being a moderator for the sessions you have signed up to attend! You will be asked to read some provided information about the speaker at the beginning of the session.  It should only take a couple of minutes and it really makes the speaker feel welcome! 

2)  Please consider moderating a session.  Introducing our speakers is one of the reasons our speakers think very highly of our Convention.  I hear time and time again that many associations do not introduce their presenters.  Below is the link to make your selection.

3)  Registration, Sessions and Exhibits Location:  Kentucky International Convention Center 
Registration: Level 1, Bridgeside Lobby, Exhibit Hall 1AB
Don't forget the Marriott has a skywalk over to the Convention Center.   

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