NDEO National Conference Proposal Adjudicator Application
Application Deadline: March 25, 2021
Over 90% of conference sessions come from proposals accepted from submissions to the open Call for Proposals. NDEO seeks a team of proposal adjudicators to read and review submitted proposals for the 2021 Virtual National Conference. Help shape the next NDEO Conference!
April 9, 2021: Proposals assigned to adjudicators. (In 2020, adjudicators each reviewed 60 proposals.)
April 25, 2021: Adjudicator scores and comments are due. NDEO uses an online platform for proposal adjudication; adjudicators submit scores and comments directly into the system.
What is your primary sector of work? If retired/unemployed, please select where you have spent the majority of your career. *
Check off any additional sectors in which you CURRENTLY work.
Please check off which subject areas correspond with your expertise. As is possible, you will be given proposals to review that correspond with your expertise. *
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Have you served on a proposal adjudication committee for an NDEO National or Special Topic Conference? *

Optional Demographic Questions

These optional questions help provide NDEO with a baseline understanding of the demographics of our membership. We use this data to set and pursue goals and objectives around diversity, equity, inclusion, and access. We believe that a fuller and more accurate understanding of who we serve is crucial to organizational growth and to serving our members and the field better.
What is your age?
What is your race/ethnicity as per the US Census Bureau categories?
With which gender do you most identify?
Transgender is an umbrella term that refers to people whose gender identity, expression or behavior is different from those typically associated with their assigned sex at birth. Other identities considered to fall under this umbrella can include non-binary, gender fluid, and genderqueer – as well as many more. Do you identify as transgender?
With which sexual orientation do you most identify?
Please indicate which of the following best describes you:
Which of the following best describes the area in which you teach (or live if not currently teaching)?