The submission portal is now closed except for undergraduate submissions (which closes on September 21, 2022). Thank you for submitting.

In order to be considered for the 2023 Program, all participants of each submission must consent to and comply with the following SPSP Policies:

  • Submissions are welcomed for Symposium and Single Presenter Submissions under the Science category and for Professional Development and Workshop submissions under the Professional Development/Training category.
  • Individuals may be co-authors on more than one submission.
  • A presenter (first author, presenter, chair, co-chair) may be included on one submission only for each presentation type: A) Single Presenter (Poster, Research Spotlight, Data Blitz and so on…), B) Symposium, C) Undergraduate, and D) Professional Development. If an individual is found to be the primary presenter (first author, presenter, chair, co-chair) on more than one submission of each type, all associated submissions will be voided before review. 
  • Individuals may be co-authors in more than one submission.
  • An individual can be accepted as a main presenter (or first author) for a maximum of two submissions as follows: one submission in the Science category (symposium or single presenter) and one submission in the Professional Development category (60-minute session or Deep Dive Workshop). If a presenter’s symposium submission AND single presenter submission are both selected by review panels, the single presenter submission will be declined and the symposium will be included in the program.
  • All chairs/speakers/presenters must be members of SPSP for 2023 and paid registrants to participate in the convention program.
  • You will be asked to a specific presentation format (in-person or virtual). You will not be able to make changes to your presentation format after acceptances are sent in September although you may withdraw your submission if you so choose.
  • Presenters will be required to upload a PDF of their presentation slides (if applicable) and an audio/video recording of their presentation by February 14, 2023. Providing your materials in advance allows access to all the research being presented regardless of registration format, time zone, and competing events.
  • To Further Advance Equity and Anti-Racism in Submissions: Last year, we launched a pilot program which had submitters explain whether and how their submission advanced SPSP's equity and anti-racism goals. This year, the peer reviewers will evaluate this statement for all submissions except in-person posters (single presenter and undergraduate), research spotlight, and the roundtable unconference submissions.  Learn more about how the evaluation has changed here