2015 Professional Development Seminar
St. Louis, Missouri | September 28 - October 1, 2015
Call for Speakers
The Call for Speakers is closed. If you submitted a proposal, you'll be notified by April 24 of APBP's decision. Please visit the conference website, apbppds.org, for updates and more information about the conference.
Join APBP in St. Louis for the 2015 Professional Development Seminar (PDS). This three-day conference is packed with state-of-the-practice information for planners, engineers, landscape architects, public health professionals, advocates, elected officials, and others working to advance active transportation and sustainable, livable communities.
This year's theme is Flexibility. Through classroom sessions, mobile tours and plenaries, we'll explore how flexible, adaptive thinking and planning around active transportation can help build connections and foster collaboration within a community. The Professional Development Seminar's in-depth, 3-hour sessions leverage speakers' expertise and participants' enthusiasm to teach new skills and best practices and generate fresh insights. Sessions are organized into four tracks:
- Innovation and Experimentation
- Integration and Shared Use
- Getting to Yes!
- Engage with Public Health
invites your proposal to speak at the 2015 Professional Development Seminar. The PDS program committee has outlined a
theme, tracks, and proposed classroom sessions. Proposals must relate to a
specific classroom session in the program. See page 4 of the Instructions and Guidelines for the session list and
descriptions. The deadline to submit a proposal has been extended to Monday, March 23. APBP will accept or decline your proposal by April 24. For questions regarding
this call for speakers, contact APBP at email@example.com
Download the Call for Speakers - Instructions and Guidelines. Please review carefully APBP's guidelines and instructions for submitting a proposal. Assemble all the information you need before starting to fill out the online form below. Items marked with a red asterisk are required.