- We're on a first-name basis here. Don't worry about addressing people by titles such as "Professor" or "Dr.," "Ms." or "Mr." We’ll also be adding a line for personal pronouns to each name badge.
- We encourage you to bring a friend with you and/or find another conference-goer to room with. Consider staying in the conference accommodations (this year, the Grey Nuns Residence). Staying in the conference accommodations is inexpensive, and also guarantees that you'll run into other Whedon enthusiasts in hallways and lobbies, facilitating both networking and friend-making.
- Be sure to come to the Thursday opening reception. This complimentary event is an informal and lighthearted way to begin meeting new people.
- Consider attending the Friday evening banquet (fee to be determined). It's a delightful time comprised of fine dining, stimulating conversation, and a lively sing-along.
- Other special events on Saturday evening and Sunday will be announced where you can mix and mingle with other conferees.
- Feel free to ask questions at any point about anything. Look for the program chairs, local arrangements chairs, and roving superchairs as well as the WSA officers. Any of these people will be happy to assist you.
- Information on presenting can be found on the Presenters and Session Chairs page.
- If you have any questions or concerns about the accessibility of the campus and/or conference presentations and events, please contact us as soon as possible. Our goal is to universally design the conference, making it accessible for and enjoyable by all conferees.