2022 Call for Papers and Posters
The 44th National Sunflower Association Research Forum is scheduled to begin at 8:30 am on Wednesday, January 12, 2022 and conclude by Noon on Thursday, January 13th. The Forum is a popular and well-attended event and will be held this year at the Holiday Inn in Fargo, North Dakota and also, via Microsoft Teams. The purpose of the Forum is to report on research, to promote discussion, and to stimulate creative thinking. The results reported can be preliminary or final.
We invite your participation (or that of a colleague) in the presentation of papers at the Forum. Presentations may be either oral or in the form of a poster. A time will be designated for authors to be with their posters to answer questions. Each oral presentation will be limited to 10-12 minutes with 2-3 minutes allowed for questions. An LCD projector with laptop will be available for your presentation. If you choose to present virtually, you be able to use the “share your screen” option with Microsoft Teams. Instructions will be provided and we will be able to run a “test” prior to going live with the webinar.
If you or a colleague has an interest in presenting a paper at the Forum, submit your application online. Your submission must be completed by November 24, 2021. While your title need not be finalized at this time, we would appreciate your being as specific as possible. Title changes must be submitted by December 6, 2021. The NSA reserves the right to reject any and all requests to submit a paper at the Forum.
Please remember you must be registered to present your poster or paper. Registration will be open soon.
NOTE: You will be presenting a PowerPoint at the 2022 NSA Research Forum. After the Research Forum concludes, you will be required to upload a research paper so it appears in the online searchable database of Research Forum papers. Instructions to upload your PAPER (not the PowerPoint you used in your presentation) to the database, along with your username and password, will be provided to you.
Questions? Contact Rhea Messmer at 701-328-5105.