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Deadline Extended: Call for Presentations - 2022 CAS Spring Meeting

In-Person & Livestream
May 15-18, 2022
Orlando, Florida
Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort

Extended Deadline: October 29, 2021


The Spring Meeting Working Group (SMWG) issues the Call for Presentations for the 2022 Spring Meeting.

This will be a hybrid event with in-person only sessions and in-person with livestream sessions (for a virtual audience). We are looking for submissions for both types of sessions.

There will be two ways the Spring Meeting sessions will be delivered:
1) In-person sessions with highly interactive elements (at least 30% of session slot must be interactive) (not delivered to virtual audience)
2) In-person sessions with typical panels or speaker presentations (delivered also to virtual audience via Livestream)

You will be asked to select either session type. If the planning working group believes that a session submission for Option 1 is not interactive enough, we may select this as Option 2. Speakers from outside the U.S. and Canada may be asked to deliver their presentations virtually for livestreamed sessions. Virtual presentation is also available to any speaker in the livestreamed sessions. For the highly interactive in-person sessions, we may require in-person attendance.

As we have received numerous session ideas already, we are looking for sessions in the following key areas:

  1. Business Skills – (Self-Branding/Promotion)
  2. Catastrophes
  3. Climate Change
  4. COVID-19
  5. Cyber Risk
  6. Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
  7. Emerging Risks
  8. Enterprise Risk Management
  9. InsurTech
  10. International
  11. Market Updates
  12. Predictive Modeling
  13. Professionalism
  14. Talent Pipeline

All submissions accepted by the working group will be offered training in CAS Learning Enhancement Process to apply adult learning principles into the content and delivery of presentations.

The 2022 proposal reviewers will also pay particular attention the following criteria:

  • Informative and relevant, with clear and immediate application to the work of audience participants.
  • Strong proposals will focus tightly on specific content rather than including every aspect of the topic and will include opportunities for learner engagement.

We are looking for sessions that focus more deeply on a narrow topic that will help the audience leave the session with solid understanding and useful applications.

It is highly recommended that you read the entire Call for Presentations Guidelines before choosing your topic and writing your proposal.



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