Date: Wed, 2 Feb 2005 14:31:14 -0500
Reply-To: "Robin M. Izzo" <rmizzo**At_Symbol_Here**PRINCETON.EDU>
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From: "Robin M. Izzo" <rmizzo**At_Symbol_Here**PRINCETON.EDU>
Subject: Call for Papers - CSHEMA 2005
Please excuse the cross-postings...





July 16 - 21, 2005

Loew's Hotel, Philadelphia, PA


The College Safety, Health and Environmental Management Association
(CSHEMA) 2005 Technical Program Committee invites CSHEMA members and
non-members to submit abstracts for platform presentations and poster
sessions pertaining to campus safety, health and environmental
management for the 2005 conference.  


Platform and poster sessions will be conducted Monday through Wednesday,
July 18-20, 2005.  Early abstract submissions will be allotted time
slots earlier in the week (Monday, Tuesday).  Please see the Call for
Papers at for
suggested topics.


The committee will review abstracts for the following types of

-         45 minute platform presentations

-         45 or 90 minute panel or roundtable discussions

-         Poster sessions


Additional information, including the abstract submission form, is
available on the web at and will be posted on
the CSHEMA website:  .


If you have any questions, please contact Robin Izzo, Chair of the
CSHEMA Technical Program Committee at rmizzo**At_Symbol_Here** or


Hope to see you in Philadelphia!


- Robin



Robin M. Izzo

Princeton University

Environmental Health & Safety

262 Alexander Street

Princeton, NJ 08544

609-258-6259 (voice)

609-258-1804 (fax)




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