Poster sessions and on-demand access to the interactive digital poster gallery.
Opening plenary featuring John Bohannon (Biologist, Science Journalist and Director of Science at Primer), Gabriela Chavarria (Chief Curator and Vice President of the Science Division, Denver Museum of Nature & Science) and Alan Wentz (2019 Aldo Leopold Memorial Award Recipient).
Conference-wide discussion boards for networking and engagement. In addition to unique discussion boards for each session and event, there will also be a conference-wide feed for general social interactions and posts, and another will aggregate posts from all educational sessions so you can follow along with the most popular topical discussions.
Virtual exhibit hall with dozens of booths. Booths will include information about the sponsors and exhibitors, contact information, a live video chat feature for drop-in meetings and more. There will also be designated, scheduled exhibitor hours to facilitate live interaction.
Networking opportunities through Working Group meetings, networking lounges, associated receptions, private messaging and other events and activities.
Student Activities, including student presentation awards, resume review, career planning educational sessions and networking opportunities.
Full access to the virtual conference platform for six months following the conference, including all program content*, discussion boards, social feed, networking lounges, exhibit hall, etc.
*Excludes panel discussions, live networking events, live meetings, and workshops
Early (by July 31)
Regular (after July 31)
Student/Early Career Professional (TWS Member)
Professional (TWS Member)
Due to the late opening of registration this year, as well as reduced registration fees, there will be no refunds available.