Update on ASECS Annual Meeting Program

November 21, 2019

As announced at the Business Meeting in Denver, the ASECS Annual Meeting program will no longer be mailed to members.  A .pdf copy of the program will be available for download on the Annual Meeting website and a hard copy of the program will be provided to each registrant at the meeting.


If you will not be attending the Annual Meeting and you would like a printed copy of the program, you will be able to order a copy from the business office for a nominal fee (plus postage).  Order information will be posted as soon as the printed program is available in February 2020.


A first draft of the program will be posted on 2 December 2019, at which time online registration for our 51st Annual Meeting will open.  Paper registration forms will also be available for download from our Annual Meeting website - https://asecsoffice.wixsite.com/asecs2020.

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