Conference Keynote Addresses Available Online!
To view the full streaming QuickTime versions of the keynote addresses from the conference, please download QuickTime 6 from http://www.quicktime.com/ so that you will be able to view the keynote addresses. Once you have done so, go to http://www2.stfx.ca/bioethics/index.htm to view the keynote addresses. Please note that all materials contained therein are copywritten to their respective authors, and may not be reproduced without their written consent. The streaming video clips will remain online until May 31st, 2003.
Bidding Guidelines Posted for Those Post-Secondary Institutions Looking to Host Future C-NUB Conferences!
Any post-secondary institutions wishing to submit a proposal to host the 2nd C-NUB conference (Spring, 2005) or the 3rd C-NUB conference (Spring, 2006) will find the guidelines for submitting proposals HERE. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about submitting bids to host future C-NUB conferences.
Now Announcing 'Distance Participation'
Want to participate in the conference, but the airfare is just too expensive? Now there is another possibility for participating in the conference - click here for more details!
ONLINE REGISTRATION is now available! However, before you register it would likely be helpful to read the information about the required essay question, rooms available at the Coady International Institute, and what being a 'representative' at the conference entails.
*French Canadians please note: a French Online Registration is under development, as well as a French version of the conference website.
If anyone has difficulties with the submission of registrations using the online registration form, please e-mail email@example.com to let us know as soon as possible so that we can address the situation!
Finally, information concerning bids to host the 2nd and 3rd conferences, in 2005 and 2006 will be posted later this week. If you have any questions before then, please e-mail the address above.
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