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#2022APPAM Fall Conference Registration

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2022 Fall Conference Registration & Travel Information

 

Registration Hotel & Travel COVID-19 Vaccine Upload FAQ

 

Registration Information

Attendee Type Early (7/26/22 - 9/30/22) Regular (10/1/22 - 11/2/22) Onsite (11/16/22 - 11/19/22)
APPAM Member Professional $400 $535 $620
Non-Member Professional $585 $715 $798
APPAM Retired Member $175 $200 $270
APPAM Student Member $125 $140 $215


Registration discounts are available for government employees but you must have a valid government (.gov) email. Please email  registration@appam.org, from your government email to receive a 15% discount on Early and Regular registration rates. Discounts will not be offered for onsite registration. Only individuals with valid .gov email addresses are eligible for this discount. 

Need help with registration? View our  Registration How-To Guide or email registration@appam.org.

**Refunds must be requested by September 30, 2022 and include a $35 cancellation fee. 

** Student rates are for student members only.

 

COVID-19 Vaccine Card Verification Information

 

Hotel and Travel Information

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Washington Hilton
1919 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington D.C., 20009
(202) 483-3000

The hotel is located near DuPont Circle and Adams Morgan in downtown Washington D.C.

The #2022APPAM hotel block is now closed.

Airport Information

Attendees should plan to use one of three airports:

Ground Transportation

  • Car Rental: Those wishing to rent a car may do so with most major rental companies at any of the three airports. The Washington Hilton offers parking rates of $54/day for self-park.
     
  • Ridesharing & Taxis: Taxis, Uber, and Lyft are all readily available in the Washington D.C. area and can be taken from the airport to the hotel. 
     
  • D.C. Metro: Attendees are able to access the metro from the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA). The hotel is a 9 minute walk from the DuPont Circle Metro Station on the Red Line.

 

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

We will be requiring all attendees to upload proof of vaccination before attending the conference. Proof of full vaccination consists of your vaccine card with two shots by November 1, 2022 per the CDC's recommendation. To save time onsite, please upload a photo of your card to 42chat. Once uploaded, staff from 42chat will review and approve vaccine cards. All information uploaded is confidential. 

Once approved, you will receive an approved status text that will show your name and a green checkmark. You must show the approved green checkmark screen at the time of badge pickup. ‚Äč

November 14 Update: The pre-conference vaccine upload deadline has passed. If you did not verify your card via 42Chat by Sunday, November 13, you must report to the Onsite Registration desk and show a physical or photocopy of your card before your badge will print. Please arrive early - there may be a line.

This year we are excited to have a record number of registrants joining us at #2022APPAM, but this also means to expect long wait times if you choose to not upload your vaccine card in advance. If you do not have proof of vaccination, you will not be able to participate in the conference in any capacity and you will be asked to leave. There are no exemptions or exceptions.
 

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Questions about registration? See the FAQ below. 

2022 Fall Research Conference Questions

Questions & Answers

Q: My proposal was not accepted for inclusion in the conference - how can I participate in the conference?

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The APPAM office works closely with the Program Committee to recruit chairs and discussants for panel sessions. You can volunteer to serve as chair or discussant for a particular session. The call for volunteers will open in September.

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Q: How is the conference theme selected, and what is its purpose?

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The APPAM president-elect is the chairperson of the Program Committee and selects the theme for that year's Fall Research Conference. APPAM began the practice of selecting themes for the Fall Research Conference in 1994. The theme shapes several aspects of the conference, including the special symposia, outreach by APPAM to research on new topics, and the overall response to the Call for Proposals.

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Q: When and where is the 2022 Fall Research Conference being held?

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The 2022 Fall Research Conference will be held November 17-19, 2022 in Washington D.C. There will also be governance meetings and a pre-conference workshop held on Wednesday, November 16. 

 

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Q: How many sessions will be at the conference this year?

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There will be just over 300 sessions at the conference this year, plus a number of special events including policy area super sessions, receptions, lunches, and networking mixers.

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Q: Do I have to register online for the conference?

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All registrations in advance must be completed at APPAM.org. Registrations can be made using Visa, Mastercard, Discover, or American Express cards. 

Please note that during the registration process, you will be given the opportunity to print an invoice for your registration should you not wish to pay online. You must send that invoice, along with your payment, to the APPAM office if you choose this option. 

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Q: Where can I find the 2022 Online Program?

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The Online Program for the 2022 conference can be found here.

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Q: Where can I find sponsorship, exhibiting, and advertising information for the conference?

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We will have many opportunities for sponsorship, exhibiting, and advertising at the conference.  Complete details are available here.

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Q: Will you require vaccinations, masks and social distancing in November?

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Attendees are required to be fully vaccinated by November 1, 2022. Masks are not currently required and Washington D.C. does not require masks indoors at this time. Attendees who have provided mobile numbers at registration will receive a text message from 42Chat with a link to upload documents. If you did not receive a text message, please visit the registration page for more information

 

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Q: Are there any virtual sessions this year?

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No, the conference is fully in-person in Washington D.C.

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Q: What else are you doing to make the conference safe?

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In addition to requiring vaccinations, we will have sanitizing stations set up throughout the conference area. Masks will be available at the registration desk as well. 

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