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Frequently Asked Questions

I want to attend my first PALISI meeting... How do I register?

 

Step #1: Become a member - Visit the membership tab and select the membership package that best suits you. Different membership packages have varying numbers of meeting attendance passes.

Step #2: Register for the meeting- Visit the meetings tab for more information on the next PALISI meeting. Select register and complete the form to verify your attendance. 

Step #3: Pay and register for full day courses and subgroups- Subgroup meetings that occur all day on the first day of meeting often require separate registration and a meeting fee. For more information on these subgroups, please visit the meetings tab, and select subgroup information.

 

What is a meeting attendance?

 

A meeting attendance is a "ticket" to attend one PALISI meeting. The "ticket" is valid for the Spring meeting or the Fall meeting in the calendar year for which it is purchased. The attendance or the "ticket" covers one person for one attendance. If your institution purchases 5 attendances, your institution may choose to send 5 people to one meeting or divide the attendees between two meetings. 

 

What is the process for paying membership dues or meeting fees with a check?

If you wish to make any payments to PALISI via check, please follow the electronic processes that are suggested. At the end of each process, there is an option to pay via credit card or check. Please select check and an automated invoice, with instructions for submitting a check, will be emailed to you immediately.

 

Who is eligible for a discounted PALISI membership?

All non-faculty members qualify for a discounted membership of $350.00 per person. This membership covers attendance at one meeting. LMIC membership grants are available for scientists from institutions that cannot afford the membership dues. More information may be requested at PALISInet@gmail.com

What should I do if I attended a meeting in the past but I did not receive my educational credits?

Unclaimed educational credits typically expire six months after they are earned. Please contact Anyssa Queen at PALISInet@gmail.com for assistance in claiming earned educational credits.