Annual Meeting Information

The 2015 annual meeting of the Southern Rural Sociological Association (SRSA) will be held concurrently with the Southern Association of Agricultural Scientists (SAAS) on

January 31 - February 3, 2015 in Atlanta, Georgia

The theme of the 2015 SRSA meeting is the 125th Anniversary of the Second Morrill Act: 1890 – 2015 “Southern Rural Sociology: A Catalyst for 1890 Partnerships to Address an Underserved South.”

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE SRSA 2015 CALL FOR PAPERS

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE CALL FOR AWARD NOMINATIONS (.pdf format)

Annual Meeting - Registration

The SRSA Executive Committee has instituted a new registration policy for the annual meeting. All participants at the annual meeting must pay the registration fee either in advance or on-site. No exceptions. The registration fee includes:

Fees

Advanced Registration (paid before January 11, 2015)

  SRSA Fee SAAS Fee Total Fee
Professional Member $100 $60 $160
Retired Member $70 $60 $130
Student Member $60 $5 $65

Click here for the Advanced Registration Form

On-Site Registration (paid upon arrival at the meeting)

  SRSA Fee SAAS Fee Total Fee
Professional Member $140 $60 $200
Retired Member $1110 $60 $170
Student Member $95 $5 $100

Payment may be made by U.S. check or money order; we cannot take credit or debit cards. Please send checks to Douglas Clayton Smith (address below).

Douglas Clayton Smith
Department of Sociology
Western Kentucky University
1906 College Heights Blvd. #11057
Bowling Green, KY  42101-1057
Ph: (270) 745-37509 ⧫ Fax: (270) 745-6493
E-mail: Douglas.Smith@wku.edu

Cancellations on ‘advanced registration’ will be refunded, less a $30 processing fee.

Hotel Information

The Weston Peachtree Plaza is the site for lodging. Please see below for more hotel information.
 
Weston Peachtree Plaza
210 Peachtree Street N.W.
Atlanta, GA  30303-1745
Reservations click here or call 1-888-627-7087
 
 

The cut-off date for reservations at the group rate is 5:00 pm (EST) on Friday, January 16, 2015.

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