MIDWEST SOCIOLOGICAL SOCIETY
“Globalization: Promises, Possibilities, and Pitfalls”
Annual Meeting 2017
held jointly with
SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF SYMBOLIC INTERACTION, COUCH STONE SYMPOSIUM
“21st Century Interactionism”
March 30 – April 2, 2017
Milwaukee, Milwaukee Hilton City Center
The online submission portal for the 2017 MSS Annual Conference meeting, being held jointly with SSSI Couch Stone Symposium, will open September 1. When the portal opens, you will be able to submit abstracts for individual presentations and closed/complete sessions. Submissions for the Couch Stone Symposium will be accepted in the same portal. Following last year’s successes (higher quality sessions) this year’s submission process will be very similar to last year’s. Please read the information below to help you prepare your submissions.
- September 1, 2016: Online portal opens for all submissions.
- October 31, 2016: Deadline for all submissions EXCEPT undergraduate poster and round table presentations.
- December 1, 2016: Target date for the 2017 PRELIMINARY program to be posted online.
- January 9, 2017: Deadline for undergraduate poster and round table presentation submissions.
For submission guidelines, visit our Call for Submissions page.
Planning to participate in the next MSS Annual Meeting?
We welcome you to the MSS Annual Meeting! Whether this is your first meeting or your 80th, we’re glad to have you!
If you are not currently a member of MSS, but you plan to participate in the joint annual meeting – as a session organizer, panelist, paper presenter, round table or poster presenter – please join MSS before you submit your abstract or proposal for consideration. Membership is required for participation in the annual meeting. If you already submitted a paper, poster, etc., but are not yet a member – join MSS now.
Being a member of MSS ensures that you will receive vital information about the annual meeting during the months preceding the meeting. Nonmembers may be removed from the program.
Join MSS online at the Membership Page.
Code of Ethics of the Midwest Sociological Society
Members of the Midwest Sociological Society subscribe to and are bound by the Code of Ethics of the American Sociological Association. To read the Code in its entirety, please visit www.ASAnet.org and follow the link to ‘Ethics.’
MSS members are reminded that sexual or racial harassment is unethical in any professional setting, and that the annual meeting of the Midwest Sociological Society constitutes such a professional setting. Instances of harassment should be reported as soon as possible to the Professional Issues and Standards Committee. To view the MSS grievance procedure in its entirety, please see the Polices & Procedures on this website’s Official Documents page.