The 2010 BSG/CGS annual conference will be held on the campus of Truett-McConnell College in Cleveland, GA on July 28-30. As usual, the conference begins on Wednesday evening with a welcome meal and concludes on Friday afternoon. The poster session will be held Thursday evening after dinner.
As you can see, the cost for the conference is down considerably this year, thanks to moving back to an academic environment. Registration begins at $120 for members and $90 for students. I should also note that if you're a non-member, you can become a BSG member for just $20 ($10 for students). The cost of membership + member registration is less than the cost of nonmember registration.
As usual, those who are coming for the CGS meeting should either join the BSG or register as nonmembers and get a refund from BSG for the member/nonmember registration difference.
Last year's conference was great, and I'm looking forward to the 2010 conference as well. I have submitted an abstract on human baraminology, so if you would like to question (or confront) me in person, feel free. I know several other abstracts from the BSG should also be somewhat controversial. And if last year's geology abstracts are any indication, this year's geology abstracts should be quite good also.
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