Registration Fees

Meeting Registration Fees

All fees are in U.S. dollars and are per person. All participants and exhibitors must agree to the Code of Conduct and Waiver of Liability when registering.

See the "In-person, Virtual or Hybrid?" page for a breakdown of registration rates and the different aspects of the OSM 2022 Program

FULL CONFERENCE

Early Rate
to 20 January 2022

Standard Rate
to 27 February 2022

Late Rate
27 February 2022 on

Members $595.00 $700.00 $775.00
Non-Members $700.00 $850.00 $900.00
Student Members $390.00 $470.00 $510.00
Non-Member Students $450.00 $540.00 $585.00
Early Career Members $465.00 $560.00 $605.00
Early Career Non-members $555.00 $670.00 $725.00
Emeritus/Retiree $140.00 $290.00 $375.00
High School Students $55.00 $65.00 $70.00
High School Teachers $125.00 $155.00 $175.00
Developing Country Professional * $135.00 $160.00 $180.00
Developing Country Student * $55.00 $65.00 $70.00
Guests $110.00 $140.00 $150.00

*Please Note—Those registering under the developing country rates will be subject to verifying their current country of residence. This rate is only available to those participants who are currently living and working in a low- or lower-middle-income economies as defined by the World Bank.

ONE DAY*

Early Rate

Standard Rate

Late Rate

Members $500.00 $600.00 $650.00
Non-Member $625.00 $745.00 $810.00
Student Member $245.00 $295.00 $320.00
Students Non-member $355.00 $425.00 $460.00
Early Career Member $415.00 $500.00 $540.00
Early Career Non-member $495.00 $595.00 $650.00
Emeritus/Retiree $145.00 $175.00 $185.00
K-12 Teachers & Students ** Free
*Please Note—One Day Registrations are in-person only with no access to the virtual program.
** K-12 students and teachers qualify for complimentary two-day registrations.
VIRTUAL ONLY
Virtual Member & EC $525.00
Virtual Non-member & EC $595.00
Virtual Student Member $355.00
Virtual Student Non-member $425.00

Special Events

Event

Description

Date

Fee

Agency Breakfast Meetings This is a chance to meet with program managers from U.S. federal funding agencies or private foundations and have an informal conversation about careers, funding, writing, and reviewing proposals or any other topic that comes up. When applying you should indicate the agencies or programs you are interested in. Groups of 3-4 participants will be assigned to meet with a particular program manager over a continental breakfast. Registration is free but strictly required because of limited capacity. Participation is limited to early career scientists and students close to completing their degrees; one event per person.

1, 2 and 3 March 2022

N/C
Student and Early Career Workshop The full day Sunday workshop will provide attendees with invaluable learning opportunities and discussions centered around diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives, environmental justice, and mental health. It will also provide the opportunity for students and early career scientists to meet and interact with their peers from across the fields of ocean policy and research. A limited number of tickets will be provided on a first come first served basis, so be sure to register early to secure your spot for this event.

27 February 2022

$10.00
Establishing a Space for Women of Color in Ocean Sciences Virtual Workshop Women of Color (WOC) are statistically more likely to experience microaggressions, disrespect, mansplaining, white fragility, and cultural misappropriation in the workplace. Compared to their male counterparts, WOC are 45% more likely to leave STEM jobs. Recently diversity and inclusion efforts have infiltrated the STEM community leading to the formation of trainings that address biases and are usually deemed mandatory. These trainings though are disproportionately taught by cisgendered white men and lack true understanding of the social oppression experienced by WOC, causing attendees to leave disheartened and without results. This virtual WOCshopTM (workshops developed and conducted by WOC) aims to combat these issues by providing solutions-oriented hands-on training. Come to participate in dynamic groups and individual exercises, hear true anecdotes by WOC in the field, and learn how to create inclusive and equitable workplaces that welcome diverse perspectives for the future of ocean sciences. Participants of this WOCshopTM will leave with tools in hand to become effective active bystanders empowered to establish A WOC Space at their respective workplace. This WOCshopTM is for EVERYONE that would like to increase the quality of experiences and the presence of WOC in ocean sciences!

2 March 2022

$40.00
Meet the Plenary Speakers New to this year’s meeting, a limited number of students and early career scientists will have the opportunity to have lunch with the plenary speakers. This event will allow people the unique chance to interact with the plenary speakers in a small group. Everyone will be seated at the same round table. Over lunch participants will have the opportunity to ask the plenary speaker questions. These events will be scheduled Monday through Friday, during the scheduled lunch break. If you are interested, sign-up by selecting ONE of the listed plenary speakers to have lunch with. Registration for this event will stay open until early registration for OSM ends on 30 November 2021. A small number of people who registered for each speaker will be selected through a random lottery. If selected, you will be contacted via email.

TBD

N/C
Speaking Up: How Bystanders Can Change the Conversation in STEM Ever wondered “Why didn’t I say something?” after witnessing bias? Deciding whether and how to respond to bias is complicated. Attendees will learn about what motivates people to speak up, the challenges faced when doing so, and strategies for effective responding. PowerPlay Interactive Development’s team of improvisational actors will provide scenarios for discussion and practice intervention. This workshop is sponsored by a grant from the Sloan Foundation to support evaluation of bystander intervention workshops. Registrants for this workshop are expected to complete online survey materials before and after participation. Presenter/Co-Facilitator: Stephanie A. Goodwin, Ph.D., President, Incluxion Works, Inc.
Co-Facilitator: David Kaye, M.F.A., Founder/Artistic Director, PowerPlay Interactive Development, University of New Hampshire

28 February 2022

N/C
Speaking Up: How Bystanders Can Change the Conversation in STEM Ever wondered “Why didn’t I say something?” after witnessing bias? Deciding whether and how to respond to bias is complicated. Attendees will learn about what motivates people to speak up, the challenges faced when doing so, and strategies for effective responding. PowerPlay Interactive Development’s team of improvisational actors will provide scenarios for discussion and practice intervention. This workshop is sponsored by a grant from the Sloan Foundation to support evaluation of bystander intervention workshops. Registrants for this workshop are expected to complete online survey materials before and after participation. Presenter/Co-Facilitator: Stephanie A. Goodwin, Ph.D., President, Incluxion Works, Inc.
Co-Facilitator: David Kaye, M.F.A., Founder/Artistic Director, PowerPlay Interactive Development, University of New Hampshire

1 March 2022

N/C

Field Trips

Trips and pricing to be determined.

Exhibitor Fees

Booth Type Rate
Commercial $2,500.00
Government $1,050.00
Non-Profit/Educational $750.00
Corner Booth Surcharge $100.00

 

 

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