The NCA 108th Annual Convention, “Honoring PLACE: People, Liberation, Advocacy, Community, and Environment,” will take place November 17-20, 2022, in New Orleans, LA.
While the convention will take place primarily as a face-to-face event, nine sessions will be live streamed for member access this year. Additionally, six sessions will be held online in the weeks leading up to the convention. These sessions will include conversations around diversity, equity, and inclusion; accessibility; structural violence; health communication; racist affects; and more. Learn more about the sessions that will be available for our virtual attendees here.
Registration for the NCA 108th Annual Convention is now open online. Discounted Early Bird registration rates are available until September 16, 2022, and offer significant savings to all attendees who register before that date. Please visit the Registration Information webpage for more information and deadlines. Registration for access to the online sessions is also now open. Registration to attend these sessions is $35 for Student members, $45 for Regular members, and $0 for Life and Retired members. Membership must be current through December 1, 2022, to register for access to online sessions.
Reservations in the group room blocks at the Sheraton New Orleans and New Orleans Marriott are also now open. Please visit the Hotel and Travel Information webpage for information on how to reserve a room. Both hotels are offering a discounted early bird reservation rate for rooms reserved prior to August 15.
Proof of COVID-19 vaccination or negative antigen, molecular, or PCR COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours before entry is required for all attendees. Learn more about COVID-19 and the Annual Convention here.
Finally, the Annual Convention program is now live on NCA Convention Central. Visit the website to search the program by session or paper title, sponsor, keyword, and participant, and to view the program in a daily grid format. Participants can add sessions and presentations to their personal schedule within NCA Convention Central. A printable (PDF) version of the program will be posted online in October, and the print program book will be available on site in New Orleans.