2019 APBP Conference
August 25-28, 2019
APBP is headed to Portland, Oregon on August 25-28, 2019 for the 2019 APBP Conference. Join colleagues, friends, advocates and experts for excellent training that will take your work and your career to the next level. With informative and exciting mobile sessions taking you into the field on foot, bike and transit, you'll get to explore Oregon’s largest city while experiencing the fully realized designs presented in the classroom.
Join APBP when we return to Portland to celebrate APBP's 25th Anniversary. Make plans to attend the APBP Conference in Portland in 2019!
The Call for Proposals will open Monday, October 22, 2018
**All proposals are subject to the discretion of the planning committee and the format that best suits the overall program.**
WORKSHOP (2.5 hours)
In-depth sessions that may include multiple presenters or time for small groups or break outs.
ROUND TABLE (2.5 hours)
In-depth discussions are led at each table by a different speaker. The speaker hosting the table will give a short presentation and take the participants at their table on a discussion of the topic at hand. After 30 minutes. participants will change tables.
PANEL (90 minutes)
Panels feature up to four presenters covering a specific topic and are combined with a joint question and answer session at the end.
LEARNING LAB (40 minutes)
Each Learning Lab session will be 2.5 hours total with 3 presenters speaking for 40 minutes each, and a combined Q&A at the end. Think of this session as 3 case studies being presented on a single topic or issue. Submit for your ONE, 30-40 minutes presentation and we'll group you with other presenters to complete these 2.5 hour session based on similar topics.
PECHA KUCHA (7 minutes)
A concise, fast-paced style where you present 20 slides for 20 seconds each (total of 6 minutes and 40 seconds), allowing for a lot of new ideas to be presented in a short period of time.
MOBILE TOUR (2.5 hours)
mobile sessions include multiple stops and can account for different modes of transportation (bike, walk, transit, etc.)
Selected posters will be displayed during the conference. The poster sessions will give presenters the opportunity to talk about their poster subject with attendees.