Boise 2017


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The 6th ISHE Summer Institute will be held on 4th-6th June 2017 at Boise State University, Idaho. 

The Institute follows immediately after HBES 2017, which is taking place between May 31st and June 3rd at the same venue. See below for our more information, including a Call for Papers and Workshop Proposals.

Our ISHE Summer Institutes are slightly different from typical conferences, such as our Biennial Congress. Institutes are designed to facilitate exchange between the younger and the older generations, by inclusion of workshops as well as formal presentations, by putting the poster session front and center, awarding poster prizes, and by particularly encouraging research presentations by students. Discussion is the key. In addition, as at our Congress, we facilitate participation of research students through waiving registration fees and covering the banquet ticket and accommodation (in student housing) to students who present their work as first author.

 

Our 2017 Plenary Speakers

 

Call for Papers

Proposals for oral and poster presentations will be considered for inclusion in the program if they are received for review by 20th March 2017. Abstract reviewing will take place on a running basis up to this point and earlier submission is encouraged. Two presentations as first author, with a maximum of one oral presentation, is the limit for every contributor (not including workshops).

Oral presentations (excepting lectures by invited speakers) will be limited to 15 minutes talk plus 5 minutes for questions and discussion. Please adhere to this format, which will be enforced by the chairpersons.

The poster session is an important and integral part of the Summer Institute. Student presenters will have the chance to participate in the poster competition, the winner(s) of which are awarded a prize by ISHE at the Institute Banquet. If your submission is accepted for presentation as a poster, we will send detailed  information to assist you in preparing your poster in the required format.

For both oral and poster presentations, you should submit an abstract for consideration by the Program Committee. Abstracts should be 250-350 words and should clearly describe the aims, scope, methods and results (where appropriate) and conclusions.

Click here to submit your abstract.

 

Call for Workshop Proposals

We are particularly interested to hear about proposals for workshops from experienced researchers. Our workshop formats can be flexible to suit particular needs, but typically take the form of a 1-2 hour session (often practical, sometimes symposium-style) that introduces an approach, skill or method that can be useful to human ethologists. Workshop proposals should clearly describe the aims, the nature of the activity (e.g. practical, symposium-style), the anticipated length of the session, the proposed organiser(s) and other personnel involved, and any special needs.

Click here to submit a workshop proposal, before February 28th 2017.

 

Accommodation

Students who are presenting as first authors will be housed in the Boise University On-Campus Dormitories. These will usually be single bedrooms with shared bathrooms. Please note that you should NOT use the links below – you will be sent a link to use, with a coupon code, once your abstract is accepted.

 

For all other delegates, there is a range of options available:

On Campus Dormitories. ($28-45/night) We have a block of rooms available, mostly private bedrooms with shared bathrooms. You can book for both HBES and ISHE, or only ISHE, by selecting the appropriate dates.  Book your room here

Active links to the following two hotels are not available for ISHE yet, but will be very soon

Residence Inn, near campus. ($124/night) ~1/3 mile walk to the Student Union Building.

Towneplace Suites, near campus. ($139/night) ~1/3 mile walk to the Student Union Building.

 

Registration

Registration fees are listed below and include attendance at all sessions, and some beverages and snacks during the day.

Note that students who present as first author will be eligible for free registration, free banquet ticket, and free accommodation in student housing. A code to access this registration type will be sent to you when your abstract is accepted.

Early registration (before May 1st)

  • Non-student member: $175 (includes banquet ticket)
  • Non-student, non-member: $200 (includes 3 year ISHE membership & banquet ticket)
  • Retiree/Student member: $50 (banquet ticket not included; code required*)
  • Retiree/Student non-member: $75 (includes 3 year membership, banquet ticket not included; code required*)
  • Student 1st author presenter: $0 (includes 3 year membership; dorm lodging & banquet ticket)

Late registration (from May 1st)

  • Non-student member: $200 (includes banquet ticket)
  • Non-student, non-member: $225 (includes 3 year ISHE membership & banquet ticket)
  • Retiree/Student member: $60 (banquet ticket not included; code required*)
  • Retiree/Student non-member: $85 (includes 3 year membership, banquet ticket not included; code required*)
  • Student 1st author presenter: $0 (includes 3 year membership; dorm lodging & banquet ticket)

Banquet tickets: $35 (for Retirees, students not presenting as a first author, and accompanying persons: an option to purchase these will appear during registration)

*A code for accessing Retiree and Non-presenting student ticket types is required. Please contact us at ishe.conferences (see Contact, below), explaining how you qualify.

Register for ISHE here

 

Contact

Enquiries may be addressed to: ishe.conferences at gmail.  com

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